Re-reads are a funny thing, I commonly re-read the same sections of my favorite books, but rarely re-read an entire book. Usually another book by the same author will lead me back for better of worse. I read "Just One of the Guys" in late 2008 (just before I started keeping this blog) and really enjoyed it. Now it's two years and at least 4 Higgins novels later and I wasn't quite as impressed. I wanted to revisit this particular novel because the ending of "All I Ever Wanted" really felt familiar to the finale of "Just One of the Guys." As I said in the "AIEW" review a few days ago, Higgins always has the same elements, and they are all starting to run together. Also I skimmed my earlier reviews and found I had the exact same issues - no hero's POV and desperate heroines. While Chastity is a type of heroine you don't often see, tall and very athletic, inside she's the same as any other 'adorable' but hopeless Higgins heroine. Also she's a nerd and the Lord of the Rings references are a bit much - and this is coming from a girl who just watched the entire appendices of special features last week! There isn't enough quality page time with the hero, and there's an equal amount with the wrong man. I bought the ending (no tears the second time around though) but would have loved better circumstances for these two. I guess it boils down to enjoying this story more before I'd seen it done several times - by the same author.