I just recently started reading Catherine Anderson's contemporary romances (I love historical romances, never really was into modern romances, but Catherine's great writing "Keegan's lady", "Annie's Song", "Summer breeze", encouraged me to check out her contemporary love stories).
I must say that while I really like this book, it is not Catherine's best. The premise of the story is unique, and the storyline had so much promise, but the book was slow the first 200+ pages. And there was so much concentration of vet work. I mean sure, healing animals is important, but the way Isaiah's work was portrayed, it was blown out of proportion.
This book could have been shortened by at least a hundred pages. It takes Isaiah so long to realize that he loves Laura (it happens somewhere at 300+ pages). Had the story been shortened by at least a hundred pages, and had the romance started earlier, at least somewhere before 300+ pages, this would have been a great story.
Nonetheless this is a good and enjoyable read, the last hundred pages are wonderful, and five star worthy.