I love the idea behind this story that things that are written in yearbooks come true. It was interesting how Adam adapted to the mantra "don't ever change!" and how that played out in the years that followed.
Nice book for a freebie but the story didn't quite gel for me. The behavior this hero engages in would send most women running and yet our heroine overlooks it/finds it endearing. The books I have read from this author are from the pioneer era, which I enjoy, but the dialogue the characters employ is distinctly from this era as is the behavior of the heroine, which is a bit jarring.
I liked the premise of this story but found the behavior of the heroine to be way too wooden and tedious after awhile. She is a brilliant business woman with robotic emotionalism. The hero is a warm, out going divorced man who continues to pursue the heroine despite her complete lack of warmth toward him in the first 70% of the book. The story could benefit from being edited down. The characters do experience considerable emotional growth by the end of the book but the getting there part was way too long.
Excellent book. This is the second book by this author that I have read and I am very impressed. I have a rather large collection of erotica and this book is definitely a Kindle Keeper. I loved how she wrote the heroine in this book as well as the transformation of our hero. Thanks, Eve, look forward to reading more of your books.