You know the American dream that's sold to us from the time we're small that tells us we're supposed to want the house, the husband, the dog, the 2.5 kids, and the white picket fence? Most women buy into that and work towards that goal their whole lives. Unless you'd like to turn all your hopes and dreams on their heads and totally derail all your plans, do not read this book. Your nice white picket fence and responsible hubby with a stable job are going to look like a waste of your life after you meet Jase Collins. After reading this book you may never be satisfied until you find a rocker boy of your own and make him yours. Jase is just that hot! We've all done things we've regretted, or made a mistake we've had to pay a price for, but Fallon Morgan messed up in the luckiest way ever when she had a one night stand with Jase. This man is a hot bad boy drummer who always has everything his way and makes it so by sheer force of personality. Until Fallon, all he wanted was the party life with drugs and women in abundance. Until her encounter with Jase, all Fallon wanted was to make it through med school. Circumstances (that are unexpected and unbelievably sweet) change things for both of them over the course of time throughout this book. By the end, the author has revealed enough character development to see the heart of gold that resides in Jase buried deep behind the rocker façade that's portrayed to his fans and the public. We actually go through the evolution of Fallon's character that begins with her narrow view of life that involves only her goals for the future to the exclusion of all else and ends with her realizing there's room for more in her life than just bare basics. This book has elements of Pretty Woman (minus the money changing hands) and 50 Shades (minus the bondage) which mix together nicely to create a warm gooey feeling in your heart… and panties. All the character and story niceties aside… this book is smokin' hot! It's not just a bodice ripper, there is a plot, but the sexual tension is unreal! This, like all the other Gracen Miller books I've been lucky enough to get my hands on, is a must read!