Oh no! It’s a Waverly Life started with Waverly solidly back at square one in terms of personal growth and self-confidence. I was pretty disappointed in our heroine, as her insecurities directly caused nearly all the challenges she faces in this book. However, she pulled herself together faster than in the first book and she does eventually deal with the challenges she’s facing head on. It’s a believable segue to her becoming permanently more confident as she deals with all her demons. By the end of the book, I liked her again. I was even pretty impressed with her. And I loved that the author made me care about Waverly and root for her the whole way through.This review first published on Doing Dewey.