After Eden by Katherine Pine. Here is a summary, courtesy B&N.com:
Devi knows she shouldn't trust the new employee at her favorite used bookstore. Sure, he's funny, smart and hands down the sexiest guy she's ever met, but something dark lurks behind his unassuming smile and sinful green eyes.
Still, a girl can't always afford to be picky. When an angel abducts your twin brother it should come as no surprise that the one person who can help you get him back is a demon--and only if you're willing to pay his price.
This book is a Pubit book from Barnes and Noble, so I was prepared for the amateur writing and plot. I liked the subject of this story, which is angels and demons. That part was very interesting and written in a unique way. That is probably the reason I kept reading. Oh, and the fact that I really liked Oz, the guy from the bookstore. He was definitely the best written character. Devi was... kind of whiny and obnoxious. Not my fave. For $0.99, it really wasn't bad. But I'm also not sure if it was worth my time. Overall, two out of five stars for this one.
Partials by Dan Wells. Here is a summary:
I really enjoyed reading this book. There were times I got very confused with the eight different narratives, but I just kept flipping backwards to remind myself who was who. Amy Tan is a great writer and the stories told by the mothers and daughters were captivating, humorous, and heart-breaking. I only wish it had gone on, to tell exactly what happened to each character. If you haven't read this book, it is definitely one that should be read at least once by everyone. Five out of Five stars.