Savannah (Peaches) Brooks grew up with her mother a druggie. In other words she was alone, but made something very spectacular of her self. She was an image consultant and now assigned the argumentative egotistical Cole Riley. It was a do or die situation. If Cole didn't change his image he was out of football no matter how well he played.
The character development of both H and H is rolled out in a believable fashion. Cole gradually realises his Peaches knew what she was talking about and just because he had never done it before didn't mean it wasn't worth a try.
Savannah trusted no one. They left her. She had done it herself all of her life and there was no reason to change...right? With the help of her friend Liz..(whose wedding to Gavin happens in this book) she begins to see two sides to the story and learns how to yield..a bit.
Although I have enjoyed this whole series, this is one of the better books and worth a read if you are a contemporary sport figure romance fan. The private scenes have a nice variety and are very hot. The party scenes are so realistic you feel the tight shoes as though you are there.
In the end, Savannah learns how to love, trust and finally gets her big family the Rileys. Cole learns it is better to give than receive every where but on the football field.