I'm torn on this book which but generally disappointed which is why I gave it 2 stars. In one sense, I liked that it had characters that were not the cookie cutter Harlequin Presents stereotypes, which can get very tiresome. I definitely appreciated that the heroine was a normal, working woman of 29 with no crazy pretenses of being virginal. Her love interest/hero also had some echos of imperfections and showed a lot of wit and non-stereotypical behaviors. But if you are looking for the typical Harlequin romance this is not it. First off, the title is SO DECEPTIVE. Yes, the action takes place in Britain but that is the only connection. Not once does the book even hit that the hero is as rich as a billionaire...in fact it seems highly unlikely given that he is a writer, albeit a successful one. Otherwise, I guess I was also disappointed that there was not enough romance in this novel. That's not to say that I didn't enjoy the development of the story (the story is better than in other romances) but with just 180 pages I was beginning to wonder when the true romance would kick in and it never really did. There is only one real kissing scene in the first third of the book and after that, nothing. I agree with the other reviewer that it was all very rushed in the last few pages. So all in all, a 2 star rating.
And yes, the name of the heroine is awful.