LESSONS FROM A YOUNGER LOVER
The majority of the drama in Day's story is generated by secondary characters, not the hero or heroine. Ransom and Gwen are so level-headed and likable, you'll be rooting for their happily ever after, but it takes a while and you'll tire of the interruptions.
Once Adam's half-brother Ransom Blake enters the scene, Adam doesn't stand a chance. His schemes to get Gwen into his bed become more ridiculous as time goes on. Ransom's age, he's younger than Gwen, is a minor obstacle for them as they continue to dodge the random females who all seem to want Ransom. (DAFINA, Mar., 352 pp., $6.99)