This is the second time I've read this author, and the second time I've given her book a 3 star rating. This wasn't a bad story, but the conflict in the story felt manufactured and contrite. I did like Luke and Kinsey as characters, but am not quite sure that they fit as a couple. I wanted to know more about Kinsey's life back in San Fransisco, but that was glossed over rather than detailed. Luke's past was equally glossed over, as was his time with the foster children. It felt like their backgrounds lacked any real depth, and that the focus was more on the events and actions that brought them together as a couple. This made it difficult for me to connect to them as characters. The subplot with Gage was probably the best part of this book! I'll definitely continue on to see what happens there!