Every book is a new journey to embark on. I mainly read romances, but I dabble in other genres too.
I was very disappointed by book five so I was a little worried about number six as I got into it. Luckily, it's much better since more important and interesting things happen. For instance, everyone around Betsy seems to be disappearing, and Betsy is forced to do a bit of sleuthing on her own.
The pacing of the plot, however, felt like it was moving at a snail's pace until the climax where everything after that is resolved super fast. I was annoyed how only a few pages were spent on Betsy and Sinclair's wedding since it was one of the big moments the books were building up to. I know this series isn't meant to be deep literature or anything, and it's nice that the books are fast and easy to read, but I think if the author fleshed them out a little bit more, it could have been so much better.