I love Harlequin romance novels. I usually read so many I only review a few of them since most seem to blend together. But something about this one set it off from most of the others and I really hope to see more like this one.
Harlequin romance novels usually aren't guy friendly. Meaning, the guy is usually in the fault somehow, trying to right a wrong and spends his time trying to make the woman fall for him again so he can make it up to her for the rest of her life. This did not follow that formula. And I loved it all the more for it. Turns out, Jillian is the one that did wrong.
I had a blast reading this one. I even had wished it wouldn't end. What I loved about this, besides the tables being turned so that Jill had made the mistake, was how it all played out. Both parties had their dark secrets and when they finally come to light I was able to do a happy little dance for them both.
If you only read a few romances, you better make sure this one is on your list.