Johanna Walker has one purpose in life. She needs to protect her little brother Cole. She has two jobs and she dates rich men seeking stability. Her latest boyfriend Malcolm takes her to an art gallery where his ex-girlfriend is showing her art. Here is where she meets Cameron MacCabe. They instantly have a connection but Jo wants to stay away from Cam. However, he needs a new job and the bar where Jo and Joss (from on On Dublin Street) work needs a new bartender. She recommends Cam to her boss and he gets the job.
The more they work together the more attraction they have for each other.
The rest is history.
I liked that Cam preconceived ideas are wrong about Jo.
I liked that Joss and Braden have multiple cameos in this book.
I liked that Malcolm was a nice guy.
I liked Cole. I actually love Cole. What a stand up kid!
Hannah is another great secondary character.
I liked that Ellie and Adam are strong together.
I enjoyed this book, but I didn't love it as much as I loved On Dublin Street. I will read the next book though.