Easton and producer Christopher Neil added a bit of an R&B flavor to this generally agreeable sophomore set. The production is at times repetitive, and Neil's backing vocals occasionally border on intrusive. At the core, however, most of the material is easily consumed. It's with ballads (of which there are a good number here) that Easton displays the most range and potential. The uptempo cuts are catchy, but are overproduced and fall victim to lyrical and arrangement clichés.
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AllMusic Review by Justin Kantor