It's not often I get to say this: this book was very well-written, and I didn't like it.
What do I mean? Well, the author has a way with prose and plot ... but I couldn't have cared less about any of the characters. I found the heroine, Brooke, two-dimensional in her "poor little rich girl" perfection. In fact, just about every character was a cardboard cutout
I completely lost patience with Chase, the hero (who is stereotypically handsome and wealthy, of course) when he decided that Brooke's inebriation after a party was the same thing as consent. That was too bad, actually, as he had been the only character I cared about.
I was approached by the author and asked for an honest review in exchange for an eBook copy of this story. I wish I could have liked it better.