FOSTER: I loved the characters in this story. Sam was arrogant, yet adorably so; very realistic personality. What kept his feelings for Ariel under wraps was her age - only 24, to his 36. I was glad the author didn't try to make Ariel a "mature-for-her-age" type woman. She left Ariel as she truly was, a delightful, spunky, vulnerable young woman who was young enough to still want to stomp her foot, yet old enough to know exactly what she wanted out of life. What a great story!
KAUFFMAN: This story captivated me from the beginning. British mogul Dominic had it all; great looks, wealth, and good health. And he fell in love with Callie, an almost "mousy" woman, who had nothing really going for her except possibly her job, wherein she did most of the work without due compensation. Dominic was a very classy, elegant guy with great sex appeal. He was perfection, indeed.
WARREN: For some reason, Wes and Nell's story didn't hold up to the first two stories. It was an okay read, but in no way did these characters and the story capture my attention.