This was my first Anne Gracie book, and after reading several books where the entire plot was based around the hero falling for the heroine, it was a relief to find a book that actually had a plot, even if slightly far fetched. The book focuses on Princess Callie and her son Nicky and their escape from their homeland and avoiding an evil count, all helped by the hero of the book, Gabriel. The characters where all quite loveable, and I was definately rooting for them to get together and have their happy ever after in the end (almost a certainty in romance books though. The adding of children in the plot also gave it another dimension and Gracie evolve her characters more, definately making it a better book.
I did enjoy this book, and after reading it went on to read the other books in the series: I especially enjoyed Harry and Nash's stories (They are first introduced in this book). Definately worth reading, and overall I think this was a good find.