The first night Harper is working at the Guardian, she finds herself drawn to the son/nephew of the well known Tarsetas, who happen to be her bosses. Liam is your typical, sexy, cocky bachelor and goes through beautiful women like water. Liam is in complete and total shock when Harper turns him down-this has never happened to him before; he is used to women throwing themselves at him. Although Harper also feels the connections, she tries to play it smart and stay away from Liam but eventually caves, and goes out with him. Their relationship is best described as hot and cold; one minute they can’t get enough of each other and the next, something has been said, thought, or seen that leads both Harper and Liam to the wrong assumption.
I really enjoyed this book. The sex scenes were hot, the characters had chemistry, and their story was well written. The character of Liam exudes confidence, and of course, is super hot (many a woman’s dream). Although Harper’s character is supposed to be really smart, I did think she was kind of a pushover at times which I will be the first to admit happens when you are really into a man. I especially enjoyed the scenes when Liam follows her back to Iowa and he gets to her meet her family as well as see what a country life is like in a small town. Overall, I thought it would a good book with a HEA. I would definitely recommend this book.