Emma Jones is divorced and runs her own catering business. All she wants is to become the number-one caterer around Washington, D.C. This leaves no time for her best friend Bonnies matchmaking attempts.

Jordan Everett is a surgeon who, at the request of the President, takes on a high profile position for a campaign against drinking and driving. Reunited with his old friend Bonnie, his and Emmas paths inevitably cross. Jordan falls for her right away, but proving this to Emma becomes quite a challenge.

I was a little bit frustrated with Jordans inability to stand up for what he wanted. Readers should also prepare themselves for Emmas sometimes passive behavior and Jordan not asserting his aggression enough. These thoughts aside, Courtni Wright is a very descriptive author with an engaging writing style. (Jul., 256 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Pamela Tullos