It was fine. I didn't hate it, but I didn't love it either. Tom was a sweetie pie and not gonna lie, Darcy got on my nerves more than once, but I couldn't hate her. She's got issues but then again, who doesn't. I knew she was a wounded character and her way of dealing with the world was to snap at it. Jamie felt like this gigantic shadowy monster that was going to kill Tom and Darcy if they hooked up.(show spoiler)
The biggest problem with the book is the pacing and also the fact that there isn't a discernible plot per se. Also, it bothered me that I had no idea where the book was set (I assume the United States). There were too many nebulous things that detracted from the reading experience.
Only thing I can say that I loved without fail was Tom's senior chihuahua, Patty. She's my MVP.