I enjoyed this quite a bit. I liked that both the heroine and the hero felt they had something to prove to themselves, to each other, and to the community. The back and forth between Faith and Ethan didn't go on too long, and it didn't blow up in a shower of misunderstandings (something all too common in many books). I had reservations when Tess turned up, but she slotted into the storyline nicely, and she provided a buffer for the strained relationship between the brothers. I'm looking forward to reading Nash and Dare's stories, as well.