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Tollison writes without originality, but her story was interesting enough to finish the book. Her writing mechanics are better than some successful romance writers, but occasional slips in narrative modes are distracting.
Her character development fits the story overall, but the protagonists' actions do not always make sense. For example, when the female protagonist experiences a scary situation as a result of her knowing the male protagonist, she doesn't immediately inform him even though she speaks with him. She also delays visiting her sister's apartment even though she repeatedly states how worried she is. Immediate action would not have changed the plot, so why the unexplained procrastination? Sometimes the antagonist appears so briefly that his 'ownership' attitude with the heroine isn't believable.