I'm a huge Nora Roberts fan, but this book was not one of her better works. Not surprising, I guess, since it was written 20 years ago :)
Megan Miller is 23, has lived with her grandfather since she was 5 (when her parents died) and together they run an amusement park in Myrtle Beach, SC. David Katcherton (Katch) is 31, rich (although we never really find out how that came to be) and wants to buy the park, which Megan doesn't want to sell. When Katch discovers that Megan is really a talented artist, he buys several of her pieces, sends them to his sister, who just happens to own an art gallery in New York, and the sister arranges a show.
It was a nice, sweet little story. However, I felt like I was being 'told' a story, rather than experiencing it (although that did improve somewhat as the book progressed). The characters didn't have a whole lot of depth (and it was a short story, so there wasn't a lot of room for character development, but still...) But the thing that I disliked the most was that there was no *real* conflict between the characters.
But I'm happy to say that Ms. Robert's writing/stories have improved greatly over the years, and if you read one of her more recent books, I'm sure you'll love it.