Oh boy. Where do I begin? I love romance novels and I have loved most of Brenda Jackson's books, but this one is ridiculous. It was a nonstory turned into a story. Cheyenne meets Quade, they sleep together and he never sees her again and doesn't even know her last name. 10 months later he sees her pregnant in a magazine. She is supposed to be a supermodel, for goodness sake and he's supposed to be a secret service agent who doesn't keep up with popular culture? He counts back and thinks her baby must be his. The majority of the book takes place in 24 hours - bad idea. How can characters grow to love each other in 24 hrs? Quade comes to her house, asks if he is the father, she gives him some dumb response about it being complicated because 'she didn't have his baby, she had his babies. How is that complicated? Overnight he is wonder dad. He demands the children have his name, he demands she marry him and when he senses Cheyenne is tired, he demands she sleeps. Of course, at this point, she has gone from independent, gonna-raise-my-babies-on-my-own supermodel to a subservient, emotionally weak shadow of her former self. I guess I feel this story was rushed and poorly thought out. Oh yeah, since I'm already complaining, let me say that in all these beautiful people stories, I'm tired of everyone being important hard working people, who are always at the top of their fields; but always find the time to drop everything when anyone has a sniffle. Seriously just skip this one.