A highlight is "Fall Madly in Love With You." It is a short song, only clocking out at 2:33, but is a cute song describing a different kind of one night stand. This song determines that this album is a breakup record. But unlike some breakup records, Rose throws in some songs about getting back into the dating world, like this one, and also has the classic revenge and sorrow ballads. Breakup records can sometimes have too many ballads, but some of the sadder songs on this record have lighter production, eliminating the fear of that.
Rose has a promising future in country music based on this debut. There is not one song on this album that doesn't belong and doesn't meet the standard of the album as a whole. Country music always needs more girls, so Rose is ready to fill those shoes, or in her case, a pair of killer stilettos.
Best tracks: Fall Madly in Love With You, Hollywood, Looking Back Now, Better
Throwaway tracks: none
Overall rating: 4 and a half crowns