I wasn't really sure what to expect for the second part of the trilogy... I have to say I had high hopes for it, but I wasn't really sure if anything unexpected would happen since feelings seemed pretty clear from Maxon's perspective and I thought America was the one who would have to clear her thoughts. I never expected Maxon to change his attitude towards America or for him to suddenly take an interest in the other girls. I also wasn't expecting myself to believe Maxon was a bad choice for America. That's one of the reasons I enjoyed this part of the trilogy, because being surprised by the author is always a positive experience in reading. I will definitely be waiting for part 3.