The characters were okay. But hey, it was still a feel-good HEA and it made me want to know what happens next in the series. And while he could really go for this smart, sexy woman with the killer bod—if that's the only thing "killer" about her—he knows he needs to wine and dine her and discover the truth. Which isn't a bad thing, necessarily, if the author can make their work stand-out from the rest, but for this book, there was nothing to this storyline to separate it from anything else out there. Meanwhile, Quinn was also a handful trying to keep his undercover cop persona under wraps while trying very hard to put a lid on his attraction for Lucy. Overall, a completely lackluster book. It sounded funny, and I was in the mood for that, so I figured I'd give it a try. Heck, I admired her dedication to the craft. Well, while I was culling some books, I plucked this one off my shelf and read the back. He was every inch an alpha, but his flaws made him more endearing and swoon-worthy. Well, this story is funny and sexy with a great voice and I'm a junkie for a good voice. I read one of her books before, and I remember enjoying it, but that was over a year ago, and I wasn't quiet so critical then. Hey, everyone lies a little, don't they? And after way too many internet dates with men named "luvstick" and "bigdaddy," Lucy Rothschild should know. The romance wasn't too bad. But more than just reminiscing the sites that came before Facebook and Tinder, it also brought back memories of the craziness that came with first-hand virtual talks with people from all over the world.