Not bad, but not nearly as good as I was expecting given the book's currently high rating on Goodreads. The main problem is the characters - they are not well-developed or interesting as people. Jessica is flawless, perfect, both in character and in appearance, so she is hardly human, and the hero Justin is just a one-dimensional dominating male. There is nothing to him other than the fact he, like Jessica, is stunningly beautiful, and in addition is always perfectly coiffed and dressed to the nines. His only flaws are his temper and his tendency to think the worst of Jessica. But he appears to have no inner life. I just started reading another romance, by Suzanne Enoch, which doesn't have nearly as high a rating as this one, and I am enjoying it so much more, simply because the characters in the story are *alive* and are not just physically perfect clothes horses.