What I liked:
1. Tilly and Dan are well crafted, 3 dimensional characters. And they're NICE, but not perfect. Especially Dan - he had me hooked from the beginning, even when I was pissed at him.
2. The food. OMG.
3. Tilly's blue hair. (That's not a spoiler, she has blue hair throughout the entire book. Shame it didn't make it to the cover)
4. Dan's cast of friends. Especially Mike - I hope that he gets his own book soon.
What I was less keen on:
1. This is no reflection on the author, and more that I don't usually read SuperRomances, but there was a LOT of description - verging on being repetitive. What was being described totally worked for me, the food, the community, their fears and hopes, etc. I just found myself skimming passages. That's a personal preference, I like short, snappy books and this was more languid and exploratory.
But really, that's it. This was a lovely, romantic read. I read about this book on a blog, and being half-Polish, I took a chance and picked up a book I probably would have skipped over on my way. And it was a good deal too - I got it at the supermarket, 25% off. Considering the length, and that it was two nights of reading, that's awesome. Can't wait for Reina's story.