Navy Baby by Debbie Macomber - 298 pages
I think Macomber did a good job showing the contrasts between Hannah and Riley's personalities and how they eventually find some common ground. However, when compared to some of the other stories in the series, I find this one lackluster. The characters just lack the dynamics that draw one fully into the story. Plus it seems it was too easy for George Raymond, Hannah's father, to track Riley down when all they had was a name and branch of service in a pre-tech heavy era (the story is originally from 1991).