This book was a definite guilty pleasure. I've read it once before, but it's been so long I decided a re-read was due. I suppose my reading tastes have changed quite a bit as I've gotten older because I found parts of this book very shallow and superficial. The fact that shades of nail polish are mentioned multiple times throughout this book is a good indication of its flakiness. Barrons relationship with Mac was flat-out abusive at times (i.e. leaving bruises). I know I wouldn't tolerate behavior like this in real-life, but somehow it's more easily overlooked in books.
Despite these issues, I stormed through this book in a little over a day and found myself relating to Mac's determination to hold onto her happiness. It didn't take me too long to pick up the next book in the series.