This is my second Rachel Gibson book (I read See Jane Score first) and I loved them both so much that I bought all the books she's written. This book had mixed reviews, so I didn't know what to expect, but I loved it. My favorite thing about Gibson's books is her love scenes. They're written more realistically than some other authors (Janet Dailey comes to mind). And she seems to favor characters in their thirties (at least the two books I read) which is nice. I liked the premise, that Daisy, Jack, and Steven were best friends growing up and betrayal separated them. I'm not giving anything away to say that Steven and Daisy's 15 year-old son Nathan is really Jack's. The book begins with Daisy going to Jack's house to tell him the secret she's kept for all those years. She's only supposed to be in town for a week, but Jack's bitterness won't allow him to hear her out, so it takes several tries on Daisy's part to talk to him. The more they interact, the more Jack finds he still can't resist her, even though he doesn't want to want her. The scenes where they briefly re-unite, almost against their own wills, are so hot! But when Jack finally learns the truth about Nathan, he's furious. He feels robbed of all those years he's missed with his son. Jack is a likable, sexy, strong character, one most women would be attracted to. He's bitter, but anyone can understand that, considering what his two best friends did to him. But the reader sees Daisy's point, too, and how scared she must have been to be eighteen, pregnant, and thinking her boyfriend doesn't love her anymore. The thing that saves Daisy as a character is that she's very remorseful and never tries to defend her actions. She really wants Jack to get to know his son. The later part of the book, where Jack and Nathan get to know each other is very sweet. I really enjoyed this book, and if it's not Gibson's best work, then the others must be pure gold!