It's amazing how Gerri can continue to write such entertaining books with essentially the same type of characters and similar plots as some of her previous works. But she does it, and this one is a good one. Peyton reminds me a bit of Nichole in The Killing Room. She's conservative and has a narrow social circle, she doesn't care much for spontaneity, and she has had essentially boring, semi-long term relationships. Logan is like Lee in Coyote Sky, she's non-committal, she dates younger, college women, but is starting to question why. Then she sees Peyton in a bikini and thus it begins :).
The other thing that Gerri does so very well is building up that sexual tension until it reaches a boiling point. She does a masterful job at creating that initial aloofness with Peyton, but as Logan starts to chip away at her resistance, she lets down her guard and realizes what a roll in the hay with Logan might be like. And it's quite the roll in the hay, as usual.
Overall a very enjoyable read with a satisfying, romantic conclusion.