Easily the least well-written of the Spa Girls trilogy. I'm still pretty sure that I don't understand Poppy. Her friends, who we have come to know and love in the two earlier books in the series, come across as silly & self-involved. She herself is confused & convoluted (or maybe that's just the writing) and not really believable. Kind of reminded me of a friend of mine though. After reading some of the introduction, I think Ms. Billerbeck may have used this book/character as a way to promote some of her own views. While that in and of itself is not a problem, it wasn't written into the book well. If you are a fan of the series, you should read this one just for completion, but you'll probably miss the excitement and interest of the other two books.
Great book. Third installment of the "Spa Girls" Series. This one focuses on Poppy and her quest for love. It involves a set up date, a plastic surgeon, and a patient of hers. It is unpredictable until the end.