Another great installment of the fantastic Ruby Oliver series. I tend to be weary of sequels to books I love because often times they don't live up to the high expectations set by the first book. Fortunately, E. Lockhart didn't let me down. In this installment, Ruby navigates relationship with friends, ex-friends, and boys. The relationships with each of them grow and regress in believable ways. This book definitely had less suspense than the first, where the mystery of how Ruby ended up with panic attacks, no friends, and no boyfriend was slowly unfolded over the course of the novel. I also felt that Ruby's character didn't develop as much as it did in the other three books, although she definitely does continue to grow. While this was probably my least favorite of the quartet, it was still a five star read.