Harper Wilde is free spirited and independent, except she oftentimes doesn't make a plan and just falls into a situation as it happens and it can occasionally backfire. Luke Garrison, who is guarded, sexy and brooding, actually helps her out of a bind and finds her to be alluring and attractive. While he fights the chemistry between them, he accepts her help as a decoy girlfriend to throw his family's attempts to set him up with eligible women. I liked both Harper and Luke, but Luke also annoyed me a great deal to where I don't know if Harper should have been so tolerant of his treatment of her. Because she certainly deserved better and while I understand that Luke had issues, which were understandable to some degree because they tormented him, he wasn't entirely up front enough with Harper and was asking too much of her while offering nearly nothing in return. And I hated that Harper still took it, thinking she would maybe persuade him otherwise when he didn't look at her in that way. The way I saw it, Luke needed to do so much more than what he actually did to make it up to Harper and I didn't see enough of that to absolve him. Otherwise, the story definitely kept me engaged and wanting to see what would happen next.