I feel like the only person who doesn't care for Natalie Standiford's books. Neither this one nor How to Say Goodbye in Robot did anything for me. Standiford's writing is good, her settings and plot are fine, but the characters are just... boring. They all seem so cold and self-involved. Like, the Sullivan sisters are all supposed to be best friends, but it didn't feel like they cared about each other at all. And Norrie's romance? Eh. Unlike what seemingly everyone else thinks, the characters and their relationships don't feel real to me. Maybe it's an East Coast thing. :)
I did like Almighty's history, Ginger's little quirks, and Sassy's friendship with the girl she tutored. It's also cool that the author actually made Jane's blog; it adds an extra dimension to the story.