The sex was...Hot. Hot. Hot.Post-trauma Livvie and Caleb as a couple outside of the bedroom, however...There's something about seeing the "after" that tends to mess with the entire experience. Sometimes I'd rather be left on my own to imagine what happens next. Watching people in a domesticated setting kills some of the mystery. Example : Any Fever series fans remember the travesty that was Barrons grilling?But I was curious enough to read this and it was still hot when it needed to be, so *thumbs up* for that.I'm glad that Caleb wasn't "miraculously" normal after all he'd been through. Do I think he was less creepy than he should have been, given how twisted he was before? Possibly? But the author did a good job of balancing who he was before and who he is now without tipping too far in either direction. There had to be some healing and some semblance of humanity poking around in there, or the entire epilogue would have been pointless. But if he'd all of a sudden become a completely level-headed and mainstream-functioning individual, it would have killed the point of books 1 and 2. Overall, I don't gather that there was a necessary epilogue happening here. Book 2 ended the story at a good point. But fans who can't get enough of these characters will probably enjoy checking this short book out.