I read pretty much anything, from fantasy (City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett) to romance (Bared to You by Sylvia Day) to classics (Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad). The only genres I don't read are self-help and comic books/graphic novels.
1/5 - I read this almost a month ago, but never got around to reviewing it.
3.5 stars. I liked Troy and I liked Ruby, to start with. At the end I felt like she was a bit of a stubborn idiot who refused to acknowledge the danger she was putting herself in when she insisted on 'helping' Troy out on his case. I also felt like the declaration "But Prince Charming disappeared as soon as they made it to the bedroom." made Troy's bedroom behaviour a bigger deal than it actually turned out to be (he didn't seem to be that demanding to me *shrug*). The final scene was the best part of the whole book, I loved the way Ruby screamed down the phone at Troy because she thought he wasn't coming the day when she finally realised what he meant to her. This is a novella, so of course my main complaint with it was that it's too short (although I guess that's actually a compliment because it means I wanted more from the characters, more from the story). I'm glad I've got all the books in the series ready whenever I want to read them because I have to admit they are a bit addictive.