Heat Factor: It gets pretty steamy, but it’s later in the book and it’s not heavy.
Character Chemistry: One of those hate then love ‘em type books
Plot: Christopher is a billionaire and grandson of a state senator/presidential hopeful from Georgia who took over his brother’s business and is looking for a new place to build a state-of-the-art factory. Taylor is a small-town, southern, bookseller who is the glue of her community. Then Christopher can’t stay away, and Taylor and Christopher both end up having to re-examine the lives they think they wanted.
Overall: One of the more accurate depictions of a small town I’ve seen—slow, but with good character development.