“Problem is—” his fingers slowly inched upward, “—I usually make a habit of doing things that aren’t smart.”The happy couple....Emily Fortune is the VP of advertising for her father’s telecom company, and she’s desperate to become a mother like her sisters. Max Allen is a brooding airport manager and pilot-in-training who had to give up the Secret Baby That Wasn’t Really His. (Don’t worry, that’s not a spoiler.)The setting....Red Rock, Texas, and a few scenes in Atlanta. Much of the book (and the series) centers around a small-town airport where the townies cross paths with the rich business people who charter planes.The storytelling....A typical rich-girl/poor-boy premise, but with some charming and affecting scenes. The “Black Moment” that drives Emily and Max apart is especially good, because we get just enough of their backstories to understand their motivations and reactions.The baby drama was necessary to the plot, and the author played their conflicting situations well. It was a little melodramatic, but it didn’t quite go over the top with sperm bank mix-ups or other such idiocy.The romance....Entirely believable relationship-building (although a little rushed), with both characters initially resisting the attraction because of their business relationship (no, really) and eventually overcoming the differences in their wealth and career status.I usually hate the “pampered princess” trope, but Emily turned out to be a smart and flawed heroine. Max started out as a grumpy, determined-to-redeem-himself stoic, but the picnic scene clinched him as a decent beta hero.The recommendation....A likeable couple and some sexy times made it an enjoyable read – but it wasn’t enough to get me to invest time with the rest of the series, and I doubt I’ll ever read it again.NOTE: I read a digital ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley.