This was a sweet and funny contemporary romance. I didn't like Trevor as much as I like Jason in the first book of the series. But he was still funny, and had the Bradford desire to constantly steal food. That part never got old, and neither did his entitlement towards Zoe, once he finally figures out that she is what he wants. He turns from man whore into dream boat very quickly. I love the way he wants to take care of Zoe. And the epilogue is really great. I don't like the happy-for now endings. I want the whole story, dang it! And not only do Zoe and Trevor get a definitive HEA, but Jason and Haley are also a big part of this book, too.There were a few editing issues. They didn't really bother me, but they were noticeable enough to mention. A few misplaced and misspelled words, nothing more. Overall, a decent little read if you want something light.