I wouldn't normally read a romance novel, but I know the author and love her work-in-progress, so I gave this a try.
I love the main character's voice. Millie is a spunky, opinionated woman in the fashion industry who happens to be attracted to the Indian man whose show she is designing. The sexual tension and the awkwardness between these two characters are very believable, funny, and relatable.
I did feel there was a bit of unnecessary backstory, or else the backstory could have been incorporated into present-day scenes, but as it was, the story was compelling. I flew through the last fifth of the book as events came to a head, and I loved the author's incorporation of Indian culture.
Since I don't work in the fashion industry, I'm not sure how accurate that part of the storyline is, but the author made it seem believable. I look forward to reading more from this author!