Hmm I didn't think this book was up to par. Garwood usually delivers a tighter plot with decent character development and fairly good sense of humour.This lacked all of the above.I wonder if the fact that this book tries to bring the topic of sexual harassment in the workplace to the forefront, played a role in those factors or the lack thereof. Perhaps Garwood was trying to give it a more serious tone. That might have worked if some of the scenarios hadn't seemed implausible. Things like a someone managing to find the heroine on a highway in a snowstorm despite her leaving at least a few hours ahead of him or the glaringly obvious 'mysterious' vandal. I won't even go into the tripe Peyton swallows about not being allowed to file a complaint about the harassment.Overall it was the inkling of a serious topic packed into the folds of a fluffy marshmallow read.I received a copy of this book via NetGalley.