Wow. I think I must have read a different book than the other reviewers.
The one I read was a very typical HP, with a Secret Baby/Amnesia plot - pages & pages of internal dialogue, amnesia that's only pertinent to the romance (in every other way, the hero has completely recovered and is Rich, Gorgeous, Arrogant, Successful...), a secret baby due to Misunderstandings, misunderstandings created by a Scheming Liar who both protagonists trust implicitly (but not each other).
In particular, I read a book with a different heroine. The one in my book was insecure and lacked self-esteem. She didn't think she was smart enough to fit in with her family, thin or pretty enough to keep the hero, or sophisticated enough to be part of his world. Definitely not a strong, confident woman. Spoiler: Not even strong enough to hire a lawyer to help her comprehend a pre-nup: she was too afraid someone would find out she was dyslexic. Why is that something to be ashamed of? It absolutely isn't.
The only thing that stood out in a good way for me was that a significant portion of the story is written from the Hero's perspective.
The book was mediocre, tedious but not unpleasant. Like slightly stale, plain white bread. I wish I hadn't spent the money or time on it, but oh well. 2.5 stars.