I almost always enjoy Harlequin Temptations. This book wasn't unenjoyable, but I couldn't get into it because I always knew what was going to happen next. The heroine, Hannah, was a 24 year-old virgin who made losing her dreaded virginity her summer project. Enter Zach Thomas, her best friend's sexy cop brother. Haven't we seen this set up before? Anyway, Hannah jumps in Zach's bed in the middle of the night while half-dressed, tries to flash him a little skin and look at him with dreamy eyes. Oh, and she lights candles too. The dolt doesn't get it. I really think most guys would at least be a little clued in. Anyway, Zach finally discovers Hannah's plan. For about 10 minutes, he tries to talk her out of it. Then, being male, he takes the offer of sex. It's disguised as I'm half-asleep and didn't know exactly what I was doing sex. Gee, I don't think I've ever slept that well... Then suddenly they are both in love and neither wants to admit it to the other. She doesn't want to burden him. Excuse me, but if that's the real thing, I'm not letting him get out the door before I let him know, just in case the feeling is returned. And Zach is not sure he wants to be tied down, but he doesn't want to live without Hannah either. Things end happily, of course. But there were more overheard coversations in this book than in a high school locker room. And because Hannah's two matchmaking friends and Hannah's brother all appear in the book, I more than suspect one of her friends and her brother will soon be an item in anothe title. The book has its cute moments, but if you're looking for something refreshingly new, this isn't it.