This book had potential, but just fell short. Basically, Kate Sutherland gives up her inheritance to start a camp for disabled kids. When some threats are made against her, Donovan MacLeod volunteers to help her out. Donovan and Kate are unrequited childhood loves. The book was readable but predictable and I was happy to be finished with it. Hopefully the next two in this series will be better.
Agree with the other reviewer that the first chapter seemed out of place - it is an intro for the series in general and felt unrelated to this book. The characters were interesting, but this book was filled with one-sided villains and one-sided heroes. All the good folks are giving away their inheritances to rescue people or work with disabled/disadvantaged children, the bad folks are selfish/law-breakers/mean/etc. I read another book by this author so I kept going hoping this book would improve but ended up skimming to finish it, despite some chemistry between the hero/heroine the book was not enjoyable.