Just popping in to recommend a great book: All We Ever Wanted Was Everything by Janelle Brown. I don't know Janelle (though I plan to send her an email and tell her how much I loved it!), don't know her publicists, don't know anyone connected with the book, so this isn't gratuitous pimpage. In fact, I just thought the book was so spellbindingly good that I wanted to support it and her. She manages to construct fully flawed yet entirely likable characters, spin a fast-moving plot, and whip it into a solid 400 pages that I read in two days.
Check it out and see if it's up your alley. If you like smart commercial fiction, I highly recommend it.