This book is told from the hero/villain's perspective and it demonstrates why writing villains can be so fun. Evan was awesome. Not exactly Eeeeevil, more like bent on world domination. It was cute and clever. This isn't a critique, but although their smexy times are discussed, when it gets to that point, this is a pull-the-shades level of explicitness. Ahem, meaning none. That is fine, just not the level of smexy I'm used to.
Highly recommend as the premise sucked me in and completely delivered.