Janes in Love is the sequel to the PLAIN Janes. The Janes have found a group of friends, but they're still looking to break into their stereotypical cliques. But this time they're also looking for love and legitimacy. As the police start cracking down on P.L.A.I.N. and Jane's mom becomes more reclusive, the Janes find it harder to remain a cohesive group.
I liked this, though not as much as PLAIN Janes. While PLAIN Janes felt like a new spin on the theme of finding your true friends, this storyline seemed to fall into some cliched pitfalls. There was also some confusing subplots that were just unnecessary (though perhaps they were supposed to be teased out in later issues). Regardless, I thought that this was a nice conclusion to the series. I like the idea of subverting the system by playing by the rules. Clever.