This sequel to Everything on a Waffle brings Primrose back, and the plot revolves around her machinations to get her uncle Jack together with the owner of the Girl on the Red Swing restaurant (the one that serves everything on a waffle). The fact that everything does come together in almost Dickensian fashion by the end doesn't rob from the fact that none of it happens the way Primrose wants it to. Nothing is really in her control, and she goes through a lot to figure this out. But while she was doing so, I thought she became a really annoying busybody and found that I didn't like her as much as I did in Waffle. But by the end of the story I didn't mind even this character flaw so much. I think Horvath was more preachy in delivering the 'life lessons' through Primrose's ending reflections, but it was an enjoyable experience despite these shortcomings. Not my favorite Horvath, but worth the bedtimes we spent listening to the audiobook.