Jade has something bad happen and she ran to small town Sunshine, ID. She found a job and made a life very slowly letting people in. Expect she's not planning on staying, because her family expects her back. Dell's got relationship problems with women due to his history as a child. He doesn't do them.
I enjoy JS writing, humor. Both Jade and Dell are likable even if this did drag in a few places. Both are adults and have difficulty admitting to themselves what they want. Jade has always done things to make her family happy and what they want. It was only after running to Sunshine that she did things for herself and it took the whole book for her to admit to her family what she wanted. The upside was her family loved her and wanted the best for her. Dell had issues with his birth mother and had a relationship/non-relationship with her in them one. I would have liked for that to be explored more. The strength in this one are the supporting characters. Dell's brothers Brady and Adam and friend Lilah are all in this and I enjoyed their banter.
The only problem I have with JS, and I've pointed this out before, is her use of "like a girl." I hate that phrase and she uses at least once in most (all?) of her books. (Think "fight like a girl" or "cry like a girl.") I do like her writing style, it's easy and humorous, and I know what I'm getting.
I read this for romance-opoly The Bar sun track