Another typical Hq romance story. I would put this one in a "decent pile." Since it's a Harlequin story, you basically know what to expect; drama, one-dimensional characters, and a basic plot.
Has a simple plot but it's okay. It was cute and I would say it was a success, since the mangaka managed to squeeze a fair amount of storyline considering the limited number of pages.
Comparing to the most of the HQ heroes and heroines out there, these are fine. And trust me, this girl was okay compared to the goody-stupid-gullible-virgin ones. The hero was tolerable on my jerk meter. Again there were
Other characters are there basically to get the two of them together.
Again, I saw much worse, this one is acceptable.
It's an okay read, so you should give it a go if you don't have anything else to read from this genre, or if you're a Harlequin fan like me.