Belly dancing librarian Julia Wright has escaped her flaky mother and sister to settle in a small Pennsylvania town. She wants to lead a quiet life while helping the town attain "Best small town" status in a national registry.
All those plans got tossed to the wind when sexy bad boy Luke Maguire rolls into town on his Harley and sets his sights on Julia for some recreational romance. Of course, she is dressed as Little Bo Peep, which fuels his imagination. Toss in an untimely visit by her hippie mom, sister, vampire niece, and a couple llamas, and she can just kiss her quiet existence good bye!
Luke left town shortly after graduation and has not been back for 12 years. While his father was portrayed as a loving dad, in actuality, he took out his frustrations on Luke in a brutal manner. After a stint in the Marines, then deep undercover in the FBI, Luke is not looking forward to having to return to the sleepy and gossipy town of his childhood, where he will have to remain in order to adhere to his father's will before he cash in on his inheritance. As they dance around each other, it is a pretty good assumption they will end up in bed.
At times zany, and other times poignant, I am not sure what exactly Linz was trying to convey. As a result, it is a tepid story at best with plenty of loose ends and plot points that were introduced then never really addressed, let alone resolved. There are too many good romantic comedies out there - better to get this one at your local library.