Davy and Millie get two good ones in the book. First, Davy confesses that his asocial nature is due to his horrific childhood and a near-rape by a truck driver he hitchhiked with, followed by Their First Time. Then, when they reconcile after his Broken Masquerade, he explains all about his Jumping and how his mother was killed by terrorists. She decides to rekindle their relationship.
They get one truly amazing one at the book's very end; Davy admits that his confrontation with his father and his Roaring Rampage of Revenge against terrorists haven't actually made him feel any better, and decides to enter therapy. Davy then gives Millie a lei before Jumping them to Hawaii for a romantic getaway.