Overall a decent story I was surprised by the end and, of course, I need to rant about the damn forgiving.
Look, romance authors, I definitely like reality in my books, I do, but they're also supposed to be an escape. I don't want to read about awful people getting away with being awful and good people suffering. That's what we call real life. And it sucks. If you're going to go with this trope punish the guilty! If I have to read book after book of people falling in "love" in three days or a week after having a lot of sex and no talking like that's realistic then you can write heroines who don't forgive people who do awful shit to them, dammit. I promise you it's not going to make the heroine look bad if she's not on speaking terms with people who wronged her at the end of the book. And through all my ranting about this the last two weeks I've found that I'm not alone in this.
To be clear the romance in his book wasn't like what I described above. I liked it and the hero and heroine a lot. I was pleasantly surprised that Hannah told Joe what was going on at the end. The only thing I didn't completely like, except for what I went into above, was what happened with Hannah's trip. It wasn't as bad as it could have been, but it bothers me a little.