Patti Berg's second book on the town of Plentiful, Wyoming is good for light reading and it is quite enjoyable. I agree with some other reviewers who said she crammed quite a lot of information in this one book and everything seems to have happened within a few days.
There are quite a number of things that are underdeveloped and on hindsight, the book feels like Patti Berg had thrown everything AND the kitchen sink into the story and strung together the ones that stuck.
Juliet, for example, is a former B-grade actress and famous for 7 slasher movies, had the heroine of software game Amazonia modelled after her, is a famous mystery novelist, and can work as a bartender, as well as repaint a gas station and be a nanny to five girls including a set of triplets, after the previous 14 nannies quit. She was also estranged from her dad and could not make amends in time before he died, her tycoon of an ex-husband is in jail for embezzlement and her assistant has been betraying her for years.
Cole, the hero, is a vet, who was brought up by hippie parents and whose sister died leaving five orphaned girls. He is being sued for malpractice after a mare died giving birth to a foal. His parents, who were in Tibet and did not bother to come back when his sister died, want custody of the girls, and his father is currently in his 17th month of keeping silent, part of a five-year pledge not to talk.
I hope you get what I mean when I say she has crammed a lot of details and character developments, mostly unnecessary, in this book. Those things aside, like I said earlier, this is an enjoyable read. I recommend renting or borrowing the book instead of buying it.