First off, I didn't read the first of this series and only after half into the pages realized it, Darn IT! So this could be why I felt somewhat off with the story.
Good thing about this book, it has angst-potential *shudders*
but the author don't go much into it *thank you, dear author!*
After their "history" four years earlier, Landon don't easily forgive and welcome Gregory when he came back to Seattle after his house burnt down. At least he's supposed to be. That's not what I thought at all after following their engagements though. History notwithstanding, to me it looks like instant Hoopla
on either sides from the first time Landon and Gregory saw each other again.
Since I'm not a hockey fans - ice or not - I know next to nothing about hockey which also add to the reason some of the descriptions just flew by me.
But all in all, this is a rather angst-free nice reading for me.