I was drawn to this book by its excellent premise. The new guy on the factory floor isn't really a trainee--he's the CEO's son and heir apparent, concealing his identity for a reality TV show. AND he's the heroine's ex-lover, and the father of the son she never disclosed to him.
This is a cute book, and the jerky hero is drawn well. Unfortunately, the author squanders her dramatic moments, making the father-finally-meets-son part into a total anti-climax. So the set up was great, and the ending was meh.