I was pleasantly surprised with this title. While a lot of romance authors spend lots of time describing the ins and out of sex between the protagonists, Catherine George focused on the emotional elements of their developing relationship. They didn’t immediately jump into the sack either, which is also a plus. My only issue was with the potential plot tangents that were brushed over. That being said, Catherine George was writing within the pagecount constraints of the Modern Romance line, so I won’t hold that against her. All in all, an enjoyable read.