I had recently mentioned how hit or miss Elizabeth Scott's books are, and was thrilled to discover that this one was definitely a hit! It was a predictable, fluffy story, and much more repetitive than necessary (Seriously, how many times do I need to hear that you're tired of living under your sister's shadow, I don't need to read that every other sentence), but overall, a fabulous story about finding happiness in yourself. It's an emotionally honest story, so even though you probably don't have a comatose sister, you'll still be able to see parts of yourself in the various characters. Word of warning, though, this is one story where you don't want to read the summary. Don't you hate it when huge plot points are revealed near the end of the story, but you saw them coming because of the summary you read before even opening the book?