When I buy a romance novel, that is what I generally look for. A good romance.
Camp likes to add in blatantly unchallenging "mysteries" into her stories, where the reader has figured out who the "murderer" or "mystery" is long before the characters do. The characters seem to be intellient people, but she makes the antagonists so obvious, it's frustrating to keep reading. The love story itself is very good and enjoyable in this book, but the added "mystery" is distracting and takes away from the pleasure of the story. If Camp feels it necessary to clutter the plot with a weak mystery, she should work harder on making the "mystery" more captivating.
Stick to the romance.