The author provided me with a copy of this book for my honest review3 1/2 starsReese has dedicated her life to helping sick children and their families, while hating her real job working on the psychiatric ward. She lives for the moments when she can volunteer in the children's area, when the hospital shuts down the children's wing the carefully built walls that Reese has built around herself start to develop cracks. Josh the contractor/architect who was hired to break down the children's wing and rebuild into something else. When he sees Reese he wants her, but not for the night Josh is a forever kind of guy and he wants the happily ever after with her. Reese wants Josh, but only for a night she doesn't want forever and can't have a happily ever after. She would have to let someone in to have that, share her pain and secrets, Reese can't let the walls down because if she does then she just might fall apart. If she won't let them down herself, Josh is ready to demolish those walls and show Reese it's ok to trust a person and that letting someone in is the best thing for her. This book was interesting instead of the man being the one who doesn't want a relationship it was the woman, I really liked that. The scenes were very vivid and the characters were written realistically, I felt bad for Reese and at the same time wanted to smack her for being so short sided. Josh was sweet and caring he isn't an alpha male hero, but he still isn't a pushover. Danielle on Goodreads described it best when she said this book read like a Lifetime Movie, I couldn't agree more. It's a good read and I would have liked it more, but I felt that sometimes Reese was not being stubborn she was acting like an insensitive shrew. If you like a romance with emotional turmoil, hot love scenes and a happily ever after Work in Progress is the book to get.