The most romantic part of this whole book was Cole and Showalter's love letters to each other. I really hope those two kids make it.
Kresley Cole's story:
I've been looking forward to Daniela's story. She reminded me of Rogue from X-Men (I'm a huge nerd) and so I could have been really let down with Cole's take on she-who-cannot-be-touched, as it's the favorite premise of my childhood, but Cole did a great job. She didn't rely on that aspect of the heroine’s life to be the only reason to feel for her, she made her whole life pretty pathetic, which was great.
I'm used to the alpha-male being a molester/stalker of his love interest from romance novels and so the fact that Murdoch was pretty apathetic and Daniela was printing up wedding invitations from the get-go was pretty funny.
In conclusion, I'm starting a petition to get Farmer Ted his own novel. He was my favorite character.
Gena Showalter's story:
I have to catch up on the series before I read her's.