This Wood book was an ok read. It was emotionally engaging enough. Its romance, sexual chemistry, sex scenes, & characterization was average. It was interesting to have the Hero be Hungarian & the setting be in Budapest. I liked heroine's sunny & vibrant character & her independence. Although she deceived Hero, she did it b/c she thought she was saving the marriage of her boss & his wife. Hero was an ok guy for the most part. He made himself look ruthless to others for business reasons but he cared for the downtrodden. He regretted some major past choices & tried to prevent heroine from making similar ones. What bothered me about Hero were the violent threats he made towards heroine, although he didn't act on it.