Howling at the Moon
Certainly this is one of the better romance novels out there. Sophie is funny, classy, and smart.
There were times, however, when I wanted to reach in and shake her, demanding that she just embrace who (and what) she is. There were also (frequent) times that I really got tired of the constant brand-names being thrown into the book (I don't care what kind of shoes or purse she has).
Despite these obvious nits, the book still comes above as one of the best in the genre. It's worth a read, and I look forward to the next installment.