I've noticed that the older I get, the less selective I am about what I read. Nowadays, I'm reading anything and everything. I'll give it all a shot, knowing that if it doesn't hold my interest, I can always move to something else. I've discovered that I like a lot more of a variety of subjects than I used to because of this. And I was surprised that a clean romance like this actually held my interest (not that a dirty one would be grounds to hold my interest; okay, that all just came out wrong. You know what I mean, right?). Despite some minor structure and grammar errors throughout the book, the story was well crafted and the characters were fantastic. There were parts that even provoked an emotional response out of me (the formal term for "I cried.") and that's hard to do with a book. The last time I cried reading a book was when I read the end of "Odd Thomas" by Dean Koontz when I realized Odd's girlfriend has been killed. That was years ago.
Look it up. You never know. You might like this clean romance, too.