I read this as an "in-between Game of Thrones palate cleanser," as Karin Kallmaker can usually be counted on for some fluffy, quick and easy reads. However, I didn't care for this as much as I do her other books. She really didn't go into depth with the character of Charlie, and their getting together at the end seemed a bit rushed and awkward to me. Partly because I wasn't really invested in the Charlie character, and partly because they really didn't spend very much time together. Also, Kallmaker had so many relationships going on in this book (between Sugar and her sisters, her grandmother, the two side love interests [yes two!], Charlie and her dad/mom, Charlie and Gantry), it was just too much for such a short book. Also, Sugar had a lot of self esteem issues that never really got explained, which I found to be a bit irritating.