I don't usually care for novels without likable protagonists, but I found Hooked to be compelling and enjoyable even though the narrator, Thea Galehouse, is pretty apathetic and presumably depressed. Her parents are self-absorbed and helpless, and Thea's boyfriend doesn't seem to have much special about him other than his potent sperm. The characters I like best are Carmen of the yarn shop and Thea's best friend Vanessa.
In case you read my reviews to find out what a book is about, Hooked tells of a Stuyvesant High School student's unplanned pregnancy, her relationships with her parents and boyfriend, and of her crocheting project. She's hooked on her dude and uses a crochet hook. Get it? I didn't at first! It's a fine read. I'll give my copy to the first person who asks for it. (My willingness to part with it is no indication of my feelings for the novel; I just try not to acquire too many books for my own collection.)