This was the first of the O'Hurley series that I read, because it is almost impossible to tell which one goes first! (FYI, for those who like to read things in order, I have now learned that "The Last Honest Woman" comes first, then this book, then "Skin Deep", and last, I think, is "Without a Trace".) That said, this book was very enjoyable. Maddy, the "youngest" of the O'Hurley Triplets, is a dancer by profession and by nature. She has grown up in the theater and knows nothing about hiding her emotions or her feelings -- they are meant to be acted upon! When she meets Reed Valentine and almost immediately falls in love with him, she must learn how to deal with someone who is less forthcoming than herself, and who may never be able to love her the way she does him.
Well, this is a Nora Roberts romance, so we know she'll eventually succeed, but the book was very entertaining and enjoyable in getting to that point. The theater was vividly described, and the primary characters were very sympathetic. Also I especially liked the character of Edwin, Reed's father. This is a quick read but a good one!