A terrific book for the season. Peter is a tiny bit full of himself at the beginning, but proves to be an amazing man once he meets Luke. Luke is the definition of hero. He gives, and gives and gives of himself. There is a tiny bit of angst, but is quickly resolved. The commitment of these two for one another is lovely. I liked that they took things slowly even after they made their declaration of devotion. The responsibilities they were facing took precedence. I think what really impressed me was while they were a bi-racial couple, the book wasn't about that. It was about two people falling in love, sacrificing and supporting each other. I loved the ending.