Out of the three (Only Mine, Only Yours, and Only His) I liked this book the least.
It was still an okay read but I just didn't understand the appeal for Tucker. He really only wanted to be with Nevada to prove something for the most part. It seemed rather selfish and very unprofessional. Nevada was too nice and polite, not just to Tucker but to his narcissistic ex-girlfriend as well. Mallery also made such a huge deal that Tucker was Nevada's first, but after Nevada lied about the incident it was never revisited again.
The book was poorly slapped together. It was almost like Mallery felt she had to write this one since she wrote about the other two of the triplets but didn't have much good ideas about where to go. I would have rather read more about Denise and Max's relationship instead.
Again, it was an okay read. Very easy. But the other Fool's Gold books are better.