I loved this book from beginning to end. First, there is a real relationship between Natalie and David, and it's not based on sex, yet they still have an amazing sexual chemistry between them. This is a change from many books I have read recently. A lot of books have couples who have some "deep" connection after knowing each other one week usually because they've slept together, but it seems artificial. That is not the case here. Yet, I was only anticipating when they would finally get together, not mad that it wasn't in the first fifty pages.
Also, the second story of the scandal at Natalie's office really works because it is realistic. They are not actual detectives and they realize this, so nothing is too over the top. David and Natalie never stop fighting and it's great to watch them admit their feelings for one another. You will also get some much appreciated humor from the cast of friends who appear in the book. I definitely recommend this book for all.
If you have read Shirley Harrison's previous books Picture Perfect and the Proposition, this will reunite you with characters from those books. If you have not read her previous books, I would recommend that you do because they were good, though it is certainly not necessary in order to follow the story and the characters.