This story is based on a newscaster, Alaine, who falls for her attorney, that just happens to be representing her parents in a class action lawsuit -- against his parents. At first I was concerned that this obvious conflict of interest would not be believable, but it appears that Kaye spoke to an attorney when doing the research for this novel. The situation was very believable, and the pieces of the story came together perfectly. Since his parents are represented by the same law firm he is a partner of, the actions that follow add an interesting element to the story line. The emotions of both sets of parents and their children who were dragged into the controversy were well-represented. There was a little suspense, but this was mostly a romance novel.
Reading the romance was such a refreshing change from the more intense and serious books that I have read recently. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and I will most definitely be ordering her other two trilogies, "The Ransome Trilogy" and "The Matchmakers."