The first Cupcake Diaries book with this new style of art is pretty good! Alexis Becker has always been known for being the smart one, the businessy one, the organized one. But when she looks at her older sister Dylan, who is a popular cheerleader and has tons of well-known friends, Alexis feels "uncool" in comparison. Alexis wants to be less down-to-earth and more free-spirited like her sister, so she makes many attempts to do so, including trying out for the cheerleading team. This book is great for people who need to remember to feel comfortable in their own skin. However, I feel that the writing was actually not really up to par: compared to the other books, I found this one a bit boring. It also focused more on Alexis' trials than the Cupcake Club and cupcake-making. Overall, though, this isn't a bad book and I'd recommend it!