Alysha and Taylitha are captivating, and they carry this one off perfectly. The story was exactly long enough to let the characters develop and shine in a natural way. The baddie, inasmuch as the word applies, is more believable than the previous book, to boot. I think we've all met someone like him, on the Internet if not face to face, so the nexus of frustration he engenders felt all too real.
I thought this was well enough as an entertaining novella, but I've also found that since reading it, I stop to think about the tack Alysha takes in talking to people and trying to understand them, even if they're irredeemably infuriating. I think that's not a bad thing to carry in your heart, after this novella.