I like that this picks up where the last book left off - just not with the same characters. It is still set in Tyler, but talks about what happened in the last book.
The main love story characters are interesting. 12 years apart, the woman is older and can't get past the whole age thing. Funny to see how stubborn people can be....
From back cover:
A May/December romance is out of the question for Gracie Lawson. Apart from the age thing, she's not looking to settle with anyone; she's just starting to spread her wings.
As a bagboy, Roger had worshiped Gracie from afar. Fourteen years later the worship is up close and personal, but she won't hear of becoming his lover. He has to make her understand.
This isn't puppy love anymore. And Gracie is throwing away the best thing that could happen to either one of them, for the sake of convention a la Tyler.