I don't know if I loved this much as I loved A Good Girls Guide to Murder. The twist at the end could have been more believable.
That being said, Holly Jackson did do some very cool things in the story with how she depicted Oliver and Red. Red and how she's always hyper-focused on not taking up too much space, and Oliver just because it's so interesting to see such a vile person in action. He's an abusive asshole, and he'll probably go so far in life because everyone is ready to let it go. After all, human decency doesn't match up against practicality. As a whole, Holly Jackson writes characters that feel so real that you can imagine things happening in front of your eyes.