Beth Carmichael, a sometimes overly rational doctor, realizes two things immediately when she sees Gracie Bloom in her exam room with a fractured arm. First, Gracie is way too hot, and second, she looks like trouble. And man was she right.
Con artist Gracie inadvertently gets the good doctor mixed up with the wrong type of people, and that forces them both to go on the run to save their lives.
The writing was good, story flowed easily. Main characters were well developed and very likeable. The story straddled the line of being totally believable and totally fictitious, but with the world today, I went with believable. It was very well written and I enjoyed it tremendously.
The story did end too quickly for me. Pretty much everything was tied up neatly in the last chapter. A little too neat and too quickly for my liking. I was still left with a few questions, but not enough to take away from my enjoyment of the story.
While the two main characters were well developed, the bad guys, who were just as important to the story line, were glossed over. They were bad men who did evil things, but that was about it as far as their development went. I wanted to know more about them.
Solid 4 star rating.