"There are very few boys, if any, boys at school you would fall for."
"That's not true." I said the words automatically. It wasn't until I'd spoken them that I wondered how accurate they were. I had never been seriously interested in anyone. How weird was I? "It isn't about the boys, it's about… love. I haven't found it."
"It isn't about love," Vee said. "It's about fun."
I lifted my eyebrows, doubtful. "Kissing a guy I don't know—I don't care about—is fun?" (3.105-108)
In this conversation, Nora takes a pretty serious attitude toward romance, while Vee's attitude is more lackadaisical. Nora isn't looking for random hookups and meaningless dates, which lets us know that if she does show interest in someone, that person must be pretty special and her feelings for him must be really strong.