This is the second book of J.D. Hawkins that I have picked up and decided to read and honestly it was worth reading. The chemistry between the characters was amazing, the storyline was intriguing and the characters were just perfect. The only downside is that I honestly think it would have been even more perfect if J.D would have just stuck to telling the story from Owen’s POV, there’s nothing wrong with the way he wrote Margo’s chapters, but I just felt that J.D was much more stronger when he wrote the male point of views. In fact, looking back at when he wrote Cocky Chef, I found that he seemed to be more stronger at writing from the male’s point of view than a females. I don’t know what it is, but it’s like when he writes it from a females POV that something just doesn’t click into place. Other than that, I found the book to be really good and an enjoyable read and I know for a fact that I’ll be picking up more of his work as it is really that good.