This book is absolutely charming. Francine and Jack's story comes across beautifully from their first momentous meeting to their very last kiss.
I loved the fact that they had great sexual chemistry, while at the same time the entire relationship wasn't based entirely on sex. Sex is fine. I enjoy it when romantic novels explore sexuality between the characters. However, lately all I seem to read is entire books where all the plot action takes place between the sheets. It becomes tired and boring. Great conversation between the characters is much more appreciated.
Francine and Jack come across like real people. The pace of the book is great, the relationship angles are all fully explored, the plot is well thought out and unhurried, and the love that grows between Francine and Jack is refreshing.