This is a very old Harlequin romance that I've read several times over the years. It is a very funny and heartwarming story centering around advertising, second chances, and family. There were some pop culture references in it, but it didn't have a dated feel at all. The characters were easy to connect to and invest in, and the plot was stimulating and engaging without all the sex that seems to pervade more recently written romances. Now, that's not to say that there wasn't lust and sex in this one, but the book wasn't saturated with it. All things considered, this was a pleasant way to spend a wintry evening!