My least favorite of her books to date. I wasn't engaged by the characters until the final 2-3 chapters due to a loose plotline where the author introduced too many conflicts (writers block, problem holding down a job, conflict between characters leading to romance, overcome addiction, character identity crises, etc.). There were so many issues that the characters never seemed emotionally developed. The introductory chapters of the book introduced the primary female character by having her publish a bad review of the primary male character's most recent play and the characters agree that the writing is not up to the standards of his earlier career. It is somewhat ironic that the book itself is in line with the author's plot in that it also does not match the quality of her previous books.
Another from Guhrke's Girl-Bachelor series. And as the rest, an excellent read. The book had lots of great interaction between the hero and heroine. The dialogue was perfect. The plot, though a little predictable, flowed quickly. The ending was happily ever after. A definate recommendation. And although it is not first in the series, very few previous characters are in this story so it is not necessary to read the others first.