I had quite a few issues with this book, especially with both Georgie and Cat, though I loved Tess the most. Each of the women fall in love with a different Caldwell brother, which gives the story varying points of view. The problem was, I wasn't invested in any of the characters, and the plot felt like it was dragging quite a bit. By the end of it, I was going "meh, it's all right..." and asking myself why I kept reading it. While I enjoy the author, this story was definitely a miss for me!