Sophie and Agatha are back home, living their happily ever after or at least that is what they think. As Sophie tries to cope with her father getting remarried, Agatha begins thinking about Tedros and what if. When both girls inadvertently wish for a different ending, they are thrown back into the dangers of the School for Good and Evil, now renamed the School for Girls and Boys. The fairytale endings have all changed and the girls are the ones in charge, dumping princes, taking over kingdoms, and bonding in sisterhood, but not everyone is happy with their situation. As Agatha and Sophie try to work through Agatha's wish for Tedros, there are sinister forces trying to change the end of the story. With betrayal comes a cost and the cost could be the world as they know it.
This was a powerful sequel and I am still processing my thoughts on it. The ending is sort of a cliffhanger, but choices are made. I am not so sure how I feel about true love conquers all, even friendship, kind of ending it had, but I think some of this will be ironed out in the third book. I loved revisiting all the secondary characters and I still love Agatha and Sophie and Tedros is still too macho, although less so by the end of the book. I did quickly read this one and I am excited for the next, so 4.5 cups of cocoa and a fun, dark read if you like fairytale twists. Hope everyone enjoyed their TBR reads this month!