The idea of a story about a paparazzo and celebrity falling in love is an undeniably catchy premise and right off the bat sets the book up as something unique. Though, to be fair, this story is much more about Jo's undercover job than her feelings for Ned and for much of the book the story is centered around Jo's ethical dilemma when it comes to the job. Though generally she has no problem (or at least not much of one) with what she does, the whole undercover aspect, along with the fact that she's starting to see Ned as an actual human being, makes her realize more than ever that she needs to get out of the game -- it's just a matter of when, and how.
This was a cute story with some unexpected twists. I kept trying to guess at what issues Ned might have that would land him in the treatment facility, but didn't even come close to what was actually going on. Sadly though, for as interesting as the story is and as surprising as certain twists are, there's not a ton of depth here. This book is cute, nice, entertaining enough, but not a whole lot more. It was fun to read and I recommend it if you're looking for a quick and cute romantic comedy, but it's also easily forgettable and doesn't stand out much in the genre.