Those who loved the first book probably find out they like this one too. It has a touch fewer pages than its forerunner, though that's definitely a plus as my biggest grip with the first was that it's been really hard to keep attention sometimes.
Yet again Dar & Kerry have to go through a number of difficulties, of which who a most unpleasant and definitely biggest is the former and obnoxious friend of Dar's. Slowly as they pass their relationship strengthens even more.
I really like how they both are truly devoted to each other. I halfly expected some tacky fightin'-and-bitchin'—following a unwritten rule of the genre—to happen. It was really nice to find out that the author doesn't adhere to it.