This book had too many improbable and impossible things going on. The story itself was farfetched - and that's okay, I like a good yarn, but the way the characters behaved was not believable at all. I read the whole book, but skimmed over a lot just to get to the end.
Riley sometimes writes books with that Italian model, Fabio. It's so funny to think he might help her write more than how the picture should be on the front cover. I didn't find any difference in her storytelling with or "without" Fabio. She creates a sexy scene, and I have 2 of these books so I'm swapping one.