Frustratingly bad. Just as insipid as the main character Layla, the book has almost no storyline and rambles for far too long. The whole book is essentially Layla being sexually attracted to someone, then whining, overreacting and wallowing in self-pity. As for the men, they were also both alpha male drama queens, which you wouldn't think was likely but they really were. Throw in some random lesbianism for shock value and that's pretty much it.
The sex scenes were good, but really not enough to read this whole book for. And oh Lord, there's a sequel.