I read every one of Dailey's "state" romances, and this was my favorite (along w/the one where thee's a plane crash and they're stuck in the desert. Can't remember which state that was, darn it). Anyway... I saw this at a UBS and picked it up for old times sake.
By today's standards, this book gets a 2. Stubborn heroine, cocky hero, uptight fiance, stilted language that nobody I know uses, every cliche in the book... However, I read it with a sense of nostalgia, and decided that I still like it. If I take it in the time it was written, it's easier to enjoy. Although I'm not likely to take any more trips down memory lane only to be disappointed that I don't love the book anymore :(.