Age of Eve by DM Pratt
I really liked the premise of this book, but there are just blocks and blocks of exposition that aren't broken up by dialogue, that it just drags along. And the crucial opening scene is so indifferent, it makes me wonder, why should I care? So I don't. A disappointment.
Nobody's Angel by Stacey Gail
This started out so strong and I was reading at a great clip when, suddenly, it just hit a wall. As soon as the heroine discovered the secrets of the hero, it just fell flat and became boring.
Temping is Hell by Cathy Yardley
This had a great premise - sell your soul to the devil to get ahead at work - but once I took a break from reading it, I kept balking at going back, which to me is a sign that I didn't really get into the book. It was just kind of bland.
Luck of the Draw
This was another one with a great premise that just kind of fell flat when translated to the page. As I was reading it, I never really bought into the attraction between the couple - it just wasn't there.