I know most of Betty Neels stories are cardboard cutouts following a well worn path. Some think this is a bad thing but for me this is perfect for a Prozac read. I don't want any nasty surprises. I don't want the unexpected when I pick up a Prozac read.
Katrina is a girl with a splendid figure. Yes, Betty is forever the champion of the girl who doesn't quite meet societal expectations of pretty. Yes she has written classically pretty heroine's but she also writes attractive Amazons, mousy dumplings and so on.
As a nurse, Katrina has the opportunity to see Professor Raf van Tellerinck more often than you might expect. The fact that he is a friend of her honorary uncle, also a surgeon makes for a few more opportunities.
She is confused by her feelings for Raf but accepts when he offers a Marriage of Convenience. It's not until later she discovers exactly how she feels about her polite and ominously calm husband. Just in time for "The woman from his past" to appear and throw her feelings into chaos.
This was an easy and enjoyable read with a visit from Britannia and Jake from an early book to keep in touch.