This is the sequel to "Taking Care of Business" following the continuing romances of Leah and Brandon, and Kate and Dix, along with his interfering ex-wife Eve.
Pros: It's a good sequel with logical relationship development in keeping with the characters. You want to turn the page and see what happens. It's seamlessly and impressively edited, blending the two stories and voices really well (proofing needs work, but I nitpick). I liked the story, loved the characters (especially Brandon) and it flowed nicely. Loved the description of the Penny Pincher, the funniest writing in the book.
Cons: It had too much sex---Whoa, did I just type that? Well, some of the scenes felt a bit gratuitous, like there was a quota to fill. If the purpose of a scene is clearly to discuss Eve, for example, you wonder why they are having the conversation en flagrante delecto instead of over chocolate croissants at the Bellagio or while playing slots. Not to say there weren't lots of good sex scenes in here: New Year's Eve, the parent's basement, the dressing room were all great, and no one writes the nookie like Dane and Hart; but some of the scenes, especially in the penthouse, blur a bit and were all a little too consistently serious in tone for me. Maybe it's me, but dang, you're in Vegas, baby, throw your clothes on and stroll through the Venetian or something, you can talk at Wolfgang Puck's as well as in bed, and the food's better.
The ending after Vegas wraps up a bit too fast, but overall it's a good read, just not quite as strong as "Taking Care of Business".