Despite some serious cheese at the onset of this book (look at that title, look at the name of the series - fine grade A Harlequin cheese right there), this was a really good book. I definitely rooted for the couple (Annorah and Nick). Seriously, this couple had conversations, comparing notes on how the villains were trying to break them up, and then believed in each other and their relationship so they didn't fall for such transparent schemes. Nick made sure to use "French letters" (aka condoms) every time they had sex and assured the heroine it was no big deal - ergo not a hint of secret baby plot line. Adults being adults is always fun to read! The villains were typical (greedy relations of heroine and a creepy suitor from heroine's past), but the relationship was sweet with decent sex scenes. Although I enjoyed Annorah and Nick's story, I didn't really feel the urge to read the other two stories in the series.