I liked this one well enough. I'd probably give this a 3.5*. The story line was intriguing. I always enjoy stories with gypsies. I expected a bit more angst in this one but I still liked it. I enjoyed it perhaps because the heroine wasn't so annoying as in previous Samantha James books and because the hero and heroine weren't always fighting. There were several times where the hero jumped to the wrong conclusion about the heroine which was bothersome.
It just wasn't as dramatic as I thought it would be with this kind of storyline. The villian was over the top. However, there was a nice ending with a cute epilogue.
There was a secondary romance with the sister and another Gypsy. It was a cute second story but I felt a little upset with her treatment of Andre when she learned the truth. She had her reasons for not liking gypsies but Andre was never anything but wonderful to her.
All in all a good book and it kept me busy reading all throughout the afternoon yesterday. It had me anxious to finish it.