This book was absolutely great. I loved the fact that a woman was the hero and that she could kick butt. I loved the fact that the guy was utterly lovable and charming. Moreover, I loved that they were both vulnerable and the bickering between them was really cute. The writing style was smooth and flawless, drawing a reader in and always keeping the reader laughing with the witty repartee. The mystery in who the stalker was quite fun to guess at as well. Jasmine's lovable and fun-loving brothers were great funny characters which livened up the book. The only negative that people might have with this book is that Jasmine sometimes tended to fixate on how all the guys at all of her jobs were chauvinistic pigs who looked down on her for being a woman, which was why she needed to prove herself all the time. This was actually a plus for me because I love having the female actually being able to do something and I empathize with her trouble but guys might not like this so much. This book really revived my love of books. I can't sing enough praises about it.
Plot: A late night midnight radio personality, the Sandman, receives a death threat on air and he is set up with an unwanted bodyguard. Moreover, the bodyguard, Jasmine, is a woman who has been discriminated against because of her sex. She is determined not to mess up this job and prove to everyone that she is the best bodyguard in the business. The two get off to a quite interesting start, which actually continues throughout the book.