No, what surprised me was that this lady reviewer apparently loved the book despite that it's written from a man's perspective with some pretty shallow and blunt dialogue at times, i.e., "man-think." And while Tracy does elude to this with her statement that the author delivers, ". . .an insight into the way men and women think about each other that is nothing if not honest. . .," she's obviously professional enough to see it for what it is (honest) and doesn't allow it to take away from the story or bias her objectivity. That, to me is the mark of a true professional reviewer because it says that even though you might not like what's being said or agree with it at least you recognize that it's honest.
What more can one ask for?
Tracy has shown me that there definitely is a female audience out there for this series who will enjoy it immensely despite that Tucker Blue might appear to be somewhat the stereotypical shallow-Hal male on the surface sometimes. One thing that you can't take away from the guy is that he honestly loves women and will do anything for them. Just go on and read the next two installments in the series, Detour Allure and Detour Amour and see for yourself.
Thank you Tracy.