Take a Bow featured a multitude of characters, each with their own POV, but it didn't throw me off the story at all. The characters all had such varied personalities and lives that I really wanted to get the inside look on their thoughts and what was up with them, so I actually really liked the POV switching in Take a Bow, and that's not something I normally enjoy.
I really loved the inside look Take a Bow sort of gave on performing art schools. Performing art schools have always been this concept for me that's hard to grasp, but Elizabeth Eulberg did an excellent job at incorporating the various ins and outs that come with it into the story.
And, of course, with every fabulous contemporary, there's a romance in the making! I was definitely rooting for it from page one (or a few pages in, at least) of Take a Bow and I'm very pleased with how everything worked out. For all the characters, actually. I mean, not all of the characters ended up with a picture perfect ending in Take a Bow, which felt more realistic to me - and yet, again, I ended Take a Bow with a huge grin on my face.
If you're looking for a cute and engaging, and yet inspirational contemporary, look no further! Definitely pick up Take a Bow by Elizabeth Eulberg. It's light and hopeful, filled with a wide variety characters that I loved getting to know.