I loved the cover and the characters were nice. Bennett isn't so bad, at first he's a bit too controlling but is a good person. I can see why the book has sold well. It's generally well written and for people who like mainstream erotic scenes it could be enjoyable. The pace of the book was mostly good but there was a bit of a cycle, making it predictable and losing its spontaneity (every time they were in a new location I thought 'they will obviously have sex now').The fact that the 'action' took place in different locations would probably keep most readers interested, so showed creativity. Though I thought one location was a little unrealistic. The title is overused and said too much by the characters. I thought this seemed an obvious move. The fact that Chloe conveniently used contraception even though she had been single for months was slightly far fetched, but I guess you might do that in real life. The reason for it being 4 stars though was that the ending seemed forced. Chloe over-reacted over nothing which was used as a typical tool in the romance industry - let's throw in a 'problem' that splits them up. In most books, this is done in a better way.