While I like her books, and have many, it appears that she is just recycling themes, and rushing through instead of fleshing out her characters. There are a few of her novels that are nicely done, many of her works (especially her shorter ones, seem to rush through with out of date phrases (I have never called a person a "Dish" in all my days), and trite relationships. She has proven to be a viable talent as an author, why she appears to be phoning it in (and her editor allowing it!) is beyond me.
DP fans will find this book appealing, but if you are new to her as an author, you might want to look elswhere.
answer to those who gave this story a poor rating, may I suggest you first read "After Midnight" in order to appreciate the full impact of the relationship between Phoebe and Jeremiah. Believe me, their foundation story in that book is stunning.