It was good to see a different story by Diana. Most of her books are about "confirmed bachelors", in this one, Todd already is divorced and has a 14 year old daughter.
The good things:
It was something a little new with the male character. Hes a dad and a multimillionaire who decides to help a woman in need. Although in some parts throughout the book it seems like he only feels sorry for Jane, it is easy to see that he feels so much more.
I dont know if this could be a good thing or not, but in most books its claiming how the male is a "player" and has women everywhere, yet it never seems like it. Well in this one, Todd actually asks out a woman just because shes attractive and wants to get Jane out of his head. It turns out to be good because the reader can see how miserable Todd is when he is with someone else.
Jane is a little weak at times, but overall a strong character. She just lost her father in a terrible accident which also left her incapable of doing the thing she loves best. She has some pride which is good, but also tells Todd her feelings straight out.
The bad things:
Cherry. Its good to see a 14 year old thats so mature. But that fact that she knows more about sex than Jane whos 25, its a little weird.
The ending. So abrupt. They part, and then all of a sudden come together, get married, and live happily ever after in about 5 pages. I just thought it was too quick.
The intimacy. In this book, Todd is not really a passionate caring man. The first encounter, if you read the book, is anything but caring.
So overall, its a different kind of story, its worth reading. It has its bad parts, but good nonetheless.