As Will says to Faith towards the end of this story "You've written a story and it's a bloody good one". I second that motion with regards to this book. Will seems a happy go lucky Jack the Lad at the start of the book, whereas Faith works hard at three jobs to make ends meet and pay off her student loans. They meet when he goes to Las Vegas to try out for an American football team, and he goes along with his friend Saul, who wants to audition for photographic model for a series of mildly erotic photos for a new writing website, the photos to be used to give aspiring writers ideas to write about. Saul would be doing this for the money, but the photographer chooses Will, who decides to do it for a laugh, because he doesn't think the website will work, and that nobody in New Zealand will ever see them. He also needs the money, but that is not made obvious until later in the book. He and Faith are attracted to each other but do not act on their feelings, and he decides not to stay and work in America, choosing to go back to New Zealand, and hope to gain his place in the All Black rugby team.
Of course the best laid plans ... suddenly the photos are publicised widely in New Zealand, and his place on the All Blacks is at risk. Will hatches a plan with his agent, which requires Faith to come to New Zealand and pretend to be his girlfriend for two weeks. Lots of misunderstandings later, not only between them but between him and his family, and her and his family, Will is able to catch up with her before she flees back to America, and talk through and solve their issues so that they can finally be happy ever after.
Rosalind is very good at writing emotions, and always produces a cracking storyline as well. So very worth reading.