Good ending to Janie & Quinn's story. I had a criticism about the first book and the lack of romantic scenes (or rather, description of romantic scenes). This was very strange (considering how the main character goes on and on about any and all topics)... However, this was not a problem in this book.
I liked the tangents that Janie went on (esp. when she was unsure about things). It makes her quite human. I love Quinn and his family. This was a nice way to wrap everything up.
The epilogue was really just a flashback to Vegas from Quinn's point of view, which could have easily been just included in the chapters on Vegas. I would have liked to have the epilogue be about Quinn's sister & the secret she had instead, even if it would have occurred a few months later. At least then the story would have had no loose ends at all.
Still, it was worth reading the ending of Janie & Quinn's story.