JAKS prints are somewhat dated since they are 12 - 15 years old, but some don't show the wear and withstand the test of time. This one sort of walks the fine line. I got a little irked by the arrogance of the female character, but as the book went along it turned out well.
Heather was the headstrong daughter of a hotel owner in Tucson. At 18, the last the family saw of her was her waving bye bye from the back of a yamaha (sheesh JAK, you could have shown some class and made it a Harley, but this was not in the heyday of the Harleys so I shall excuse this!! lol). 10 years later she had come home to assume, what she presumes is the reigns of the family business. Her father is ready to retire and she is itching at the bit to be boss. She also decides that a marriage of convenience - a partnership, is just what she needs so she proposes marriage to Jake Cavendish, her father's business manager. On the night before the marriage, Heather learns she is not to take over the family business, because Jake already owns it and he would be boss, not her. Kicking off her well controlled image, she dons her bike outfits, rolls up to the curb of the church and tells the groom in front of the guests just what she thinks of him.
Naturally, in JAK it is a battle to the end between two headstrong people that find love is the winner.
Some of the action is a little contrived, but on the whole a very pleasant read.