I found this book a little disappointing. Riley and Kelly spent a lot of time talking to other people about how they felt but never to each other. This created a lot of unnecessary angst and misunderstandings. I don't get why the other people around the couple didn't say something, everyone seemed to notice how Riley and Kelly felt but for whatever reason didn't feel the need to tell the men. Over 3/4 of the book was filled with this rather tedious dancing around the attraction that they felt, so much so that when they finally got on the same page it was rather anticlimactic. Both Riley and Kelly were wonderful characters and they did keep me reading even though watching them bumble around was frustrating. I just wish we had more time with them as a couple. There were many great moments in the book, but as a whole things just took too long to come together.