I agree that Rita is definitely a singles act, so the first week sales seem reasonable for her.
The album is better than her debut, but suffers from a lot of the same pitfalls in that it sounds like a collection of the best demos Rita could get her hands on. The songs suffer from a lack of identity, especially when it comes to the by-the-numbers production. I don't feel like the lyrics or Rita's vocal have enough character to make up for this.
There's still some filler on this album, but less so than Rita's debut. Let You Love Me, Lonely Together, Anywhere and Your Song are easily the best songs on this record. The Liam duet and Girls are decent pop songs (the latter being a terrible single choice though), while Cashmere is the typical label mistake of putting the best album track on the deluxe version.
Summer Love has the best topline of any of the new tracks, it's a pity that Rudimental's dnb-lite production sounds so dated at this point. With so much of this album being finished in 2016, sounding a little dated was always going to be a bit of a problem.