I think I say that with every book I read in this series, but this truly is my favorite.

Maggie Dana added a whole new layer of depth to this book. It’s more serious and a little bit darker than the previous books. The girls are dealing with real life, and it’s not all rainbows and kittens. Previous books dealt with serious issues as well: living in a wheelchair, divorce, absent father etc, so it’s not like everything was fluff and now we get real. It’s just that the tone of this book is different, and it struck me on a whole new level.

I thought that was interesting and made me like the series, the characters and the author even more.