Yes, I've been reading like crazy lately! It's kind of awesome, actually. So after I finished Making Waves by Tawna Fenske, I read the teaser at the end of the ebook. It was for Romeo, Romeo by Robin Kaye, and the preview intrigued me, so I bought it. Have I mentioned that this whole ebook thing is a BAD IDEA? I mean, it's great for the writers out there, but it's not so great for me, because it's SOOOO easy to buy a book on impulse. At least before ebooks, I had to drag my butt five minutes down the road to B&N, then browse through them all, thinking about which one I want. I'm much more likely to take my time choosing something. With the iBookstore, and Nook, and Kindle apps on my phone, I'm getting far too many options at my fingertips, especially in the middle of the night!
I bought Romeo, Romeo on a whim, after reading the teaser. And I enjoyed it. It was a light read, and I found myself zipping through it. The problem was the central conflict - I honestly can't think of any woman I know who would put up with a guy hiding his identity from her, especially if she knew that he was doing it. Rosalie's family kind of drove me crazy, but I think that was the point. Also, I tend to smack people upside the head when they call me by an unauthorized nickname, so it irritated me that Nick called Rosalie 'Lee' even though no one else did. Ever. All those little things aside, I did enjoy reading it. And it kept me intrigued - I had a hard time putting it down. And I can think of three other people that I will recommend this book to. So if you like a light, quick-reading romance, pick up Romeo, Romeo by Robin Kaye.
I'm also in the middle of The Fiction Class by Susan Breen. I'm reading this one over lunch breaks at work, but it's not capturing me quite as much as Romeo, Romeo did. It's interesting, but I'm having a hard time connecting to the voice. I think it's because of the layout of the story. The chapters switch between Arabella's fiction class, and her visits with her mother. After each chapter with the class, you get to see the assignment that Arabella gives them, which has actually caught my interest more than any other part of the book. It's not bad. It's well-written. It's just not working for me.
We'll see how the next set of books stacks up...