This was good, but not the best I've read by Shannon Stacey. The characters are likable and seem like decent people. They're pretty honest, don't play games and behave in a pretty mature manner.
Given the reputation Scott has for being somewhat of a player, he seemed pretty invested in Jamie right away. I'm not sure I felt the super intense chemistry they were described to have and I completely didn't buy that the whole firehouse was basically behind them and their relationship. That seems completely impossible given the number of assholes in society. Still, they had a nice story.