The plot is so thinly strung across the books' 350+ pages that you keep forgetting what it's about.
There are so many characters introduced that have nothing to do with the plot that I had to keep reminding myself that the book was not supposed to be about tight bodies and the incredibly boring details of how a shopping mall is run.
The formula: a collection of high school dating cliches, a look at mall life through the eyes of a security guard (the big news here is that they get sore feet) and a lecture about how union laborers are lazy and how security guards are smarter than "real" cops.
Oops, I forgot to mention: someone wants to blow up the mall. I guess it's because this fact gets lost in pages about thawing fish and changing your dress three times for a date.
The only mystery here is why this was published.