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Mallery brings back her signature mix of friendship, romance, and humor in this third book in the Mischief Bay series. The focus this time around is Zoe Saldivar; her best friend, Jen; and Jen's mom, Pam. Zoe, fresh from a breakup of a long-term, going-nowhere relationship, has an epiphany after she is accidentally locked in her attic. This epiphany leads her to make changes in her life and to a new romance with Steven, Jen's brother. Jen, constantly beset by anxiety about her young son's development, is risking her marriage and her friendships with her worry. Pam, who lost her husband two years ago (The Girls of Mischief Bay, 2015), is tempted to start dating again by Zoe's handsome father, Miguel. Like a real friendship, these three women support each other, argue with one another, and laugh together. Mallery has written a delightful book, with realistic characters facing problems and situations in genuine, believable ways. There isn't a false note in this book or this series. Highly recommended for romance collections.--Pearson, Lynnanne Copyright 2017 Booklist