The plot of the novel was good. There was sexual chemistry between the H/h but I didn't really feel any other connection between the two of them. Bailey was 'the Street Angel,' a woman dedicated to helping young girls escape their gangs. Her nemesis was Clay Wainwright, the man who put her in jail a decade ago for protecting a gang member. Wainwright, now a Senator, was responsible for blocking funding for her anti-gang projects. When they are both appointed to a committee responsible for deciding funding for various projects, sparks flare between the two of them. There is a lot (a whole lot) of discussion about gang prevention and rescuing girls from gangs. I actually started skimming through it after a while. It seemed like a lot of it was being repeated over and over. The relationship between the Senator and his son was interesting and Bailey's son was charming. Bailey's brothers, however, were too stereotypically Irish to be real. I have to admit that I put the book down several times and did other things before finishing it. It didn't hold my interest like I thought it would. I did think the epilogue was great.
Sexual situations may offend some readers.