I more or less enjoyed the book; the heroine was not so lovable, but overall it was competently written and entertaining. Then, near the end, there was a plot error so glaring that it blew the book for me entirely.
***SPOILERS BE HERE***
***ALSO, SPOILER IS A LITTLE ICKY, AND INVOLVES GIRL STUFF. YOU'VE BEEN WARNED.***
Drew, our heroine, is heading out to the car after the hero's mother's wedding. She has to get her purse for her tampons, because her period has arrived "with a vengeance". Okay, fine, is the author going to use this? Maybe. Drew is kidnapped, stripped, and tied to a bed. When the hero finds her, he's afraid something horrible (well, more horrible) has happened, because she's bleeding. But no, he's referring to her arms, which are bleeding because she freed herself from the ropes binding her. Okay, not using the bleeding thing. Then, that night, they make mad, passionate love. This is a very straight couple--he'd never even had a girl on top, she couldn't identify a vibrator. They are not going to be doing anything with her bleeding. Also, she uses tampons, so there's a logistical problem. At this point, I paged back a bit just to make sure more time hadn't passed and I skimmed it. Nope, same night.
It's a case of something very minor--the author using a tampon excuse to get the heroine alone to be kidnapped--turning into a major case of oops. An editor should have spotted it. I sure wish I hadn't.