Everything seems to be going perfectly for Evie Jones, granddaughter of legendary silver screen star Eveleyn Conway, until a public shaming and fall from grace cost her an up and coming career. Evie feels surprisingly relatable in spite of her privileged circumstances. In spite of a big focus of the story being Evie's feelings of loneliness and lack of ability to trust in others, the overall feeling of the book is light and sweet. There's no suprise in the romantic plot with Milo, but it never came off as forced or too saccharine sweet. The search for Evelyn gave the book a fun scavenger hunt vibe, although her eventual discovery felt slightly anticlimactic. Overall, this is a sweet and fun read, and if YA romance is your thing I'd definitely say get your hands on a copy.