The end of this one seemed a little fast after all the drama that happened right before (relationship drama, part misunderstanding part not being willing to listen to each other). I like the friendship between Kate, Margo and Laura and I'm looking forward to the other two books in the series.
I wasn't sure I was going to like Margo at first, since she wanted glamour and fame and I've never really understood the attraction of either. We meet Margo, Laura and Kate when they are all young girls. Then we meet her again when she's eighteen, on Laura's wedding day. She's already got plans to leave and become famous. The next time is ten years later, when she's 28. She's been involved in a scandal, her career is over and all she can do is pick up the pieces.
I'd expected Margo to not have kept in touch with her old friends, but it shortly becomes clear that she's seen all of them within the last year or so. I was glad of that, if for no other reason than that I'd been worried about people's reactions to her popping back into their lives after ten years.
Even after reading this book, I'm a little iffy on Josh and Margo together. The whole I've loved you for years thing is a little unbelievable to me. I do like them together, but really.