This was a good book. There was some funny scenes and the dialogue between the hero/heroine was very good.
Multimillion-selling author Jayne Ann Krentz weaves a classic tale of a rich girl and the town's bad boy who grows up to be very, very good. Eight years have passed since Hannah Harte laid eyes on Rafe Madison--eight years since Hannah risked her reputation by providing Rafe's alibi for a murder he did not commit. Drawn back together by a strange bequest, Hannah and Rafe must first try to figure out how to share their dreams for the old seaside manor they've inherited and then determine who's willing to try anything, even murder, to stop them. Hannah is astonished to find that the rebellious Rafe, who once loved living up to his family's unsavory reputation, has shed his bad boy ways and become quite a success. And Rafe is equally disturbed to realize that the naive girl he met on a beach one night long ago is all grown up--and how! The first in a new trilogy from perennial favorite Krentz is a tantalizing reminder of the attraction of opposites. Readers will be waiting with bated breath for the sequels