After having read the first book in the series, I was hooked and wanted to know more about Danica and Kaylie. When we start reading this book, we see Kaylie, who is about to have a baby, living with Chaz Crew, the hottie organiser of the local film festival. We also see Danica, who has quit her profession as a therapist and has a solid relationship with Blake. We will follow them while they try to figure out their relationships and the several changes in their lives.
I have enjoyed reading this book, but Kaylie was too overdramatic and she annoyed me the whole book. Being pregnant is not an excuse for being so utterly selfish. The character of Danica has changed too, mainly because she is in love and has lost her former stuck-up personality. We see more interaction between the two sisters here while they try to overcome different problems: their mother's new life, teenage love triangles, and lovers from the past that will make an appearance. Will they be able to see beyond the problems and see the love they have inside? Will they be willing to make changes in order to be happier?
The characters are well defined, but some of them are too overdramatic and it is almost impossible to like them. As for the story, it is quite entertaining although somehow predictable. I can't wait to read the rest of the series.