I'm really impressed with Bayou Moon. Romance sequels often take a secondary character from a previous novel and wrap the new novel around them. Since they were usually secondary for a reason this has varying levels of effect. William, the hero of Bayou Moon, isn't changed to make him a more palatable hero. Instead the story is set to him and what he needs, and introduces a woman that he really could make happy. I love being able to root for the main characters, hate the bad guys, and enjoy the story.