Well this book was sure different since it was completely written from the hero's POV and it was a hoot, the poor guy returning home after four years and off a bad break-up, wants no women in his life and finds a woman house-sitting his mother's home.
The heroine dresses like a siren but isn't one, what she is , is sheltered, raised by older parents that never let her do anything be that fashion, friends, anything so now she is experiencing life and it makes the hero damn crazy to live with her especially since he has the hots for her, sees how naive she is and he promised his sister not to lay a hand on her.
Of course he thinks she is 22, turns out in the end we learn she is 24 and it was hilarious seeing the hero exert so much self control, and when he finds out the heroine thinks he is gay, that was funny.
Of course the whole book, the heroine keeps going out with different guys and when the hero learns he loves her, is determined to keep that to himself since he wants her to spread his wings. I do wish the romance had been more front centre but since this book isn't from a woman's POV, I can understand.