In summary, this is a pleasant but not brilliant album. It will please fans of the Bangles and Hoffs, but lacks some of the punch of her earlier two solo albums. It is nice to see Hoffs back after a 16 year hiatus from solo work, and she sounds a more mature, conservative artist. There is a distinctly less edgy sound, not unlike the recent two albums by the re-formed Bangles. However, this is not to be too critical, since the album is still strong enough to create a warm glow and happy feel about it, presumably what Hoffs has intended in song seelction and production. She has chosen a strong line-up of studio musicians - oddly, she does not play guitar herself on any track - perhaps she defers to the skills of others, perahps at her stage of career she does not need to bother to learn new songs unless she plans to tour them. There are no really poor tracks, nor are there any really stand-out tracks. The opening four tracks are among the strongest, with a nice harpsichord sound to 'November Sun', strong vocals in 'Always Enough' and a solid feel to 'One Day'. But there is a sense that she is playing now for established fans, rather than trying to grow her career by reaching out to new listeners, which is understandable, all things considered.