This was my second attempt at this book, having put it down the first time because of Lachlains hilarious comedy scottish accent (which still reminds me of Gameskeeper Willy from the Simpsons).
It's a powerful love story, incredibly sexy. Lachlain is a really good character (accent aside), the strength of his feelings for Emma are inescapable. I guess I just really like the idea that there is one person that we are pre-destined to spend our lives with - love at first sight, all that kind of thing (a girl can dream can't she).
The thing that I wasn't keen on was Emma's family, god - what bitches.