Thanks guys for all of the replies.
I like some of the alternatives given. However, I still must say that I can't see anything wrong with the sentence. I can't comprehend why its ambiguous. If it was a sentence fragment, or a part of another sentence, then I could understand the ambiguity. As it stands, because it is part of the same sentence, I don't understand how it can be seen any other way.
Is it perhaps because people don't speak like that? Does it make them lose sight of what is being said? I've found that my writing style, sometimes, comes out a bit more flowery (for good or bad) than anyone really speaks in real life. So I can see that causing problems for some people.
Now after having read the sentence a few more times, I can see that the "did she fall in love" part sounds more like a question. In that case, it should be changed. That, to me is more of a style change (I guess). I still have trouble with the names of things in the grammar system, but I can see error's in grammar better than I used to.
Oh and I do still have trouble with past and present tense (so yes, there is that issue). However, I will say that I do not see the big deal in sticking strictly to one or the other. I can read both mixed into a body of writing and have no problem. The way I see it, in a novel at least, is it doesn't matter if its past tense or present, because the reader will assume the whole story is happening at the same moment they are reading it. Thus the need for either is greatly diminished.
Edit: If anyone isn't clear, I still am looking for feedback on the above and the reason for this thread. Maybe this is unnecessary, but the internet has its way of making a simple statement flip on its head - thus why I clarify.