Allison and Will feel an attraction, even through they meet under challenging situations. Their lust causes them to have steamy, explicit sex just days after meeting, and thoughts continue to steam. Another relative is threatening to take Lizzie, Will's orphaned niece, from him, so Allison proposes they marry to help his situation. After the honeymoon, Allison becomes colder to Will. There was so much slap-stick-like humor and so much sexuality, I found it harder to like either Allison or Will.
There were less important problems,too. Verb tenses were sometimes wrong, like "Will lie on the carpet," or "Will lie at her feet." "Him" was used for "her" at a very inopportune time, "hee" for "he," and "ned" for "need." In addition, why would Allison take a shower right before she went for her walk?
The plot itself wasn't that bad, but the execution was somewhat lacking. The main characters had some redeeming qualities, but I never felt close to them or cared as much as I usually do.