I loved this book. Lori Foster is a wonderful writer who includes complex characters, and twists and turns. I originally read the paperback version and when I found the ebook version I couldn't pass up the opportunity to purchase it. While this book can be read as a stand-alone, I suggest it be read after Jude's Law so you will understand some of the characters and story line. I loved the way Quintin Murphy wouldn't give up chasing Ashley Miles, even though she shut him down at every turn. The chemistry between them was so intensive it was difficult for them to stay away from each other. However, each of them had things they were hiding or trying to work through. I loved that in the end they were able to help each other with the hurdles they were facing. The dialog is fast and funny. The characters are believable and likable. The way Lori Foster writes her characters reminds me a lot of Jennifer Crusie and Rachel Gibson.