Megan, young widow and workaholic at a television station, desperately tries to avoid her late husband's former boss - with whom she once shared a kiss - but Josh wants her again and will stop at nothing to have her.
The plot isn't too heavy. The characters were pretty interesting. This one I'd save for a slow day.
Megan Lambert recieves a request one day to see Josh Bennett, a man she hates for "causing" her husband's death, and for other mysterious reasons. He asks her to personally supervise a project, and she wants to refuse. However, it turns out that she is indebted to Josh because of an unknown favor he had done for her years ago- he had gotten her her job. Naturally, when she finds this out, she must do as he asks.
Then we find out that the other reason Megan hates Josh is that the day he met her, the day before her marriage, he had kissed her, ect. Then the novel launches in its awkward course.
The reader then finds out along with Megan that Josh has been keeping tabs on her since her husband's death. I don't know about others but this just seems freaky to me. Josh seemed more like an obsessed stalker than troubled suitor. This is the first flaw. Megan was also such a weak character when she is with Josh, but the author attempted to make her seem strong in her dealings with employees. This did not work.
It turns out that Megan must go to an opening of a new resort that she is supervising the advertising for, and of course Josh is also going and has a room connected with hers. They spend time together and discover that they have always loved each other, forgive each other for past wrongs, ect. Not very believable to me.
Although this is not one of Ms. Browns best, there are still other great romance novels by her such as Tempting Eden and Fanta C. I don't recommend this one at all, but will continue tor ead other books by Ms. Brown in the hopes that this one was just a fluke.