Overall: Not bad. Razor Girl definitely has the traits of the typical Shomi: a futuristic setting, action (with zombies!), and romance, but sometimes my attention wandered and I'd want to put the book down, particularly in the scenes when they were adults. I can't really put my finger on why, so it could just be a personal reaction. Anyway, I seem to prefer the teen perspective: the romance then was cute, and because of their past I could believe in the couple reconnecting, although I felt that Chase idealized Molly.
I liked this one. One thing I liked was the alternating chapters between present day and 6 years ago. Sometimes it doesn't work, but in this book I thought it did. I feel I should have seen the end coming, but it was a nice "oh yeah, THAT explains it." And of course it's a HEA.
I did not care for this book. If it hadn't been for the very descriptive sex and the foul language, I would have thought this was a book for tweens. The characters were very child-like, whiny and uninteresting. The first half of the book was confusing as it switched from past to present with no warning. Also, the end, very predictable. I was willing to be lenient since I thought this was a first book by this author, but then I found out she had others out there. I, for one, will not read any more books by her.