This was a fun read and I definitely enjoyed it. I wasn't sure what to expect, but it was well written and edited, which is important to me. The story didn't have much there, there, it felt like a set up for the later books (which it appears it is, so that's ok). I liked the characters, Hannah's smart, has a backbone, and while we do get a little "sigh, he's so dreamy" it fits within the context and doesn't get out of hand. I've seen a lot of other reviewers just love Sylvia's character, however I'm withholding judgement since I didn't feel like we learned really anything about her other than she loves to shop and is a stickler for propriety, which, "yes yes, how adorbs," is not terribly interesting to me so far. I will say that I figured out the twist pretty much from the get go, but there's still a fair amount of mystery to go, so that's good. All in all this felt like a season premiere, a little exposition heavy, but leading towards something cool and interesting. I'm definitely interested in reading the rest of this series and the other books I've seen around by this author.