After reading her first book, Love Me Again, I ran out and got this book as soon as it came out. While she still has some unusual twists in her story, this time I didn't like it as well.
The heroine, katherine, is an abused, overweight woman who is married to a jerk, and has a father who is insane. The Hero, Sion, is a man who has tortured himself for years over the death of his first wife. When Katherine has a wreck in her carriage on the way to London to meet her husband, she ends up at Sions estate in a coma for months. Sion is still an alcoholic, until his last servant leaves and He is forced to take care of her and himself. Katherine wakes up, to find her self slim, and Sion ends up getting sober. They still have their battles with their weaknesses, she is scared she will become overwieght again, and he thinks about going back to the bottle. Through it all, they start to fall in love.
Katherine decided she doesn't want to go back to her old life, and they decide to make things look like she died in the carriage accident. Her father comes to verify, along with her husband, and everything seems to be fine. Then, they move to london and the whole story seems to fall apart. Katherine ends up acting like a total jerk, with Sion being drug into the fray. After they went to London, I had a difficult time finding sympathy for Katherine, because she acted like a spoiled brat. If I was Sion I would have tossed her out on her ear. I don't want to spoil the story, just suffice it to say that Katherines charactor didn't act like I would have expected her to at the beginning of the story. I am not sure that I can reccomend the book because of it. But hey, the beginning was good, which is why I rated it at a three and not lower.