I enjoyed this book very much - it got right to the point mostly because this was such a short book. The heroine and hero didn't waste alot of time. Calla and William are at the point in their short-lived relationship (7 weeks along) when Calla thinks that William is about to propose - marriage. She's right - he is about to propose - that she be his mistress. Then the relationship and the book starts to get good...
The front of the books says:
"Sexy, wacky, witty--a romantic comedy..."
The back of the books says:
"Will there be Justice for Calla? William Justice, that is!
William Justice--rich, handsome, successful--makes Calia Quinn a proposal. But it's not the proposal Calla's been expecting. She's in love with William, and she wants to be his wife. Not his mistress!
After her initial outrage (which gets William into some pretty frigid water!), Calla sets out to convince him of two things. One, that he's as crazy-in-love with her as she is with him. And two, that he wants marriage. Not just sex..."