Good, not great. What is appearing to be a theme for this author (twice now) is the lack of any type of contraception talk before (or during) the sexy times (that are fairly mild). Just once, since this is a contemporary.
Overall, I liked Sierra and Josh, both individually and together. I enjoyed the family and how close knit there were.
The big question is, are we going to get an answer in regards to Seraphine and what happened to her in the last book? She (their mother who just disappeared- no trace) was mentioned multiple times in Quinn and this one. I'm gonna be disappointed if that plot point doesn't have some sort of resolution.