Interesting But Rushed
A typical near-first-meeting romance but with a little more involved story with Silas and his step-brother.
The story is broken down/continued with each character's perspective which at first was a little confusing, but the confusion faded as the story progressed. To me, it's just a strange way to write a story. You're reading along and then the story is abruptly concluded and then picked up again with a new sub-header (i.e "Silas) but from the other person's POV. Why not simply write the story without the breaks? The characters are more realistic than in some of the more sappier romances. These characters tended to be more real, brash, so expect a lot of language.
As for the plot, it was decent, but the story seemed a bit rushed as if the author wanted to tell a super-involved story but was worried over the final word count; as if they didn't want it to be too long a read.
Also, the cover was not really all that appealing. The book was not a horrible read and deserves a nicer cover. I almost by-passed this because of that.