I enjoyed reading Now and Always by Lori Copeland. The story makes some good points, especially since the main character experiences for herself the attitudes that contribute to enabling abusive behaviors. As I read, I saw what she was doing and thought, "Now that's stupid." But when a person is in a relationship and really wants it to work, he/she seems to make all kinds of allowances for the other person's inappropriate and abusive behaviors. For this reason, I would recommend it for high school girls and others who are at risk for being involved in destructive relationships.
I have a few issues with the writing of it. Katie's obsession with lattes is overdone; her relationship with Ben should have been developed further; her interest in Warren is not quite understandable, and it's pretty hard to get frostbite or to freeze to death when the temperature is above freezing. The other thing that isn't fully explained is the location of Warren after Katie falls off the cliff. He didn't go back to the car, but no mention is made of where he is found.