I was enjoying it well enough, as far as romance novels go. Jill was a sharp and fairly take-no-answers sort of heroine, and I'm all for that. Mac wasn't exactly my type of hero, but he was a good character to read -- his relationship with his daughter was more compelling to me than the romance, really, but it was all good.
At least, until the very end, when all that powerful feminine strength faded away into the the expectation that the hero (Mac) would do all the work in the relationship, understand everything she wasn't saying, and run after her. What just happened? This drama was unexpected, written badly, and really rather unnecessary. The book lost me there, and right at the last chapter, too. :",true"