This book was a surprise. I read Fangirl and did not enjoy it as apparently did everyone else. So you will understand why I was a bit skeptical at the beginning.
The book is pleasant but sad at the same time. It shows how even perfect love stories may be lost in the daily routine and how relationships can end up even when there is still love when it is taken for granted. It also show how easy it is to get lost in someone's job, forgetting about everything else even when you do not mean to.
There is also, a lot of plot about things that don't matter that much and very little about things that do... What happended with the meeting? Did she got the job with the new show? did Neal realized about the phone? Did she tell him?
It's a pretty good book nonetheless, a nice story, a little bittersweet and lefts you thinking about it after it ends.