Ok, with a main character named Heaven you can already see the potential here. I enjoyed this one a lot. One chapter is written from Heaven's point of view and the next from Brady's. It is fun, well written, and has interesting characters. Brady co-owns a record company; Heaven works in PR. She loses her job, and he loses his rent controlled apartment to his "shrew" of an ex-girlfriend and moves in next door to Heaven. Add a stray dog into the mix, a band called Superheroes, lots of crazy friends, and a little love, and you have a really fun read.
The first few chapters were slow for me, but then I connected with the 2 main characters, and was hooked. The witty banter back and forth, especially coming from Heaven, was great. I laughed out loud many times while reading this.
Oh, this is such a cute book! I felt like re-reading it because I only really remembered the Ben Stiller and Manfred Mann parts. It is really cute and funny too! But I really must say I really don't know which one I like better. Usually picking favorites is easy, but not in this case. I really love both this and _Forget About It_!
I don't gravitate towards books that have two different perspectives, but this book did it well. It was an easy read and not all over the place like it could have been. Caprice Crane did a great job with this book. I enjoyed her other book Forget About It a bit more, but all in all, not a bad read.
This is what chick lit has become? Thanks God, it's on its way out. The chapters alternate viewpoints. I don't have a problem with that, but the first several chapters were all less than 4 pages, so I had trouble even starting to care about either one. She seems to think the world owes her something and she's waiting for it to pony up. He's one of those guys that talks about his big, important future that will never materialize. Gee, that really makes me care. Not.
At page 75, I decided I have better things waiting in my TBR pile.