I do like the whole “girl next door been in love with the hunk for years” thing and her finally getting her man.
It had quite a lot going on, Kate and Todd and Todd’s realisation as to what and who Kate could mean to him. I think the addition of the “villain” was unnecessary, other than a contrived way to make the hero realise how much the heroine means to him. And the villain is obvious as soon as they appeared.
It ended rather abruptly after the inevitable “I Love You’s” and as this was at 85% on my kindle, I turned the page expecting an epilogue or just a bit more, but there wasn’t, which was disappointing.
Amazon UK Link: Flash Point (Holding Out For a Hero Book 3)