Apparently I am in disagreement with all the other reviewers. I did not find this a 5 star book in any category of judgment. First, the pacing wasn't steady and the "arguments" appear contrived and immature. Many paragraphs of information, dialog, and details weren't needed and were distracting. The book was unnecessarily long for the story line she attempted to develop. Second, the editing was so poor that the hero was called "Grant" near the end of the book instead of his name, "Gideon." Third, the author attempts to make the hero's disability the conflict and tells us this ad nauseum; however, why was their first sexual encounter, and his first since his injury, covered in less than one page and described as "wonderful"? Here was a perfect opportunity to delve into human insecurities and she missed it. If the author was uncomfortable with a sexual scene then that could have been left out altogether instead of representing it poorly, unrealistically, and confusing the reader who is poised to believe this should be an issue. I suggest this is a new author who has started on a path of writing and may one day have the skill to hold the reader's interest. I applaud her undertaking but constructive criticism is necessary at this time.