I couldn't wait to read this after reading the wonderful "Bad Boys on Board." As good as the authors' were there, they fell short here.
Foster's story was dull and VERY predictable, and I didn't like Anabel at all. This type of woman simply didn't fit the story, not when a toddler is involved. As such, the story should have been more romantic, sweet, if you will, to match the innocence of Gil's young daughter, not contradict it. Gil's lust for Anabel came from the gutter, without one iota of respect for her; therefore it was hard to believe he could fall in love with her.
Denison's story wasn't much better. It too was very dull. Chayse dogged Adrian into the ground with her request for him to pose for her calender!!! Any other man would have called her a stalker, but Adrian didn't seem offended in the least. I can only believe that Adrian didn't really mean 'no' all those times he declined her offer. Once we discovered why Adrian kept backing off, the story was pretty much done for. And it was a lame reason anyway! Good God, one would think he'd been maimed in battle the way he kept vehemently denying Chayse's request! Stupid.
Warren's story was the best, which surprised me because in "Bad Boys on Board", hers was my least favorite. But this story had an interesting plot, and it was funny. It didn't lack for romance either.