This has been reprinted several times and I find the book not to be dated as some of the other JAKs. It is a charming tale of a women who married a man because he is safe. She had a stormy relationship with a race car drivers that left her want a nice peaceful relationship. She gets that chance when he boss says they should get married. He says they work together well, there is no reason marriage cannot work. At first, Amber is unsure, but thinks it will work. But she soon finds her marriage is much more than a matter of convenience to them both.
When you add in some terrible poetry written by an obscure cowboy, the dialogue is JAK at her best.
A gentle gem.