Nolan sees Chloe through a window of a bakery in downtown Manhattan. At first sight, something about her calls to a piece of him he thought was lost. Without thinking, he begins watching her, and when the moment presents itself, he strikes, claiming Chloe for himself. For a man who is used to getting what he wants Nolan wont let anyone or anything stand in his way.
Justified begins with us getting to see how Nolan and Chloe meet. From that moment it's almost love at first sight. Things go on for them pretty quickly. But then Chloe seems to be in danger from unknown person, and Nolan is bound and determined to find out who is after the love of his life.
This book was pretty simple, and short. The thing is the plot was okay, and interesting, but it just sort of lacked a whole lot of emotion to it. I didn't really feel a pull or connection to the characters, and at times I often felt the hero and heroine were dumb. There was a few instances when I thought the hero should have done something different, but he did something kind of dumb instead. And the heroine did the same thing. It was a wee bit frustrating. Other then that though it was a nice short read to pass the time with.