I could not relate to the lifestyle of the hero and heroine. They seemed to be high society with one of the negotiated terms of their contract being attending six events together per month. These "events" were museum galas, art shows, dinner parties. They didn't have "normal" worries.
I found myself hoping they had a cleaning service with the way Molly constantly dropped all of her stuff inside the doorway of their home when she arrived home.
I also found the situation Molly got herself in to with the one "job" she took in New York really odd. It seemed jarring and outside the bounds of the rest of the story.
But, I enjoyed the hero and heroine and their relationship. It's my kind of trope. And I always enjoy Noelle Adam's writing.