Catalina's father is a respected poet, who has the tendency to up and leave and not finish his poems. After Catalina finishes and turns in a parody about twins her world is turned upside down. Iverson Brentwood reads the parody about himself and his brother and goes in search of the man responsible, only to find a woman who fires him up like no woman has before. When Iverson learns that Catalina is responsible for the poem he must either forgive her or forget he that they ever met.
This book was very fun to read and experience. It had me laughing at the antics of the characters and wondering when everything would come to light. The author did a wonderful job keeping me captivated and I couldn't put the book down. It was very tame for a romance novel though which was in a way refreshing. There wasn't a lot of bawdy language or crude descriptions.
I received a complimentary digital copy of this book from NetGalley.