|Snap Happy by Fiona Walker|
On the whole, I've always enjoyed Fiona Walker's books. Always fairly light-hearted and generally full of so many lesser characters that you have to pop a post-it note into the page where they all get introduced, en masse, to keep referring back to. (Just me?!)
Snap Happy's main character is Juno. Unconventionally for the modern-day heroines of romantic novels like this, she's larger than your average size 8 stick-insect. She's also an amateur comedienne, which means that the book is peppered with puns and (mostly funny) wordplay.
Her brother, whose London flat she lives in, has arranged a house swap with an American photographer, Jay. Needless to say, he's a potential love interest for Juno, although they don't really get off to the best of starts.
The story is fairly warm and fluffy and the ending is a little predictable, but still an enjoyable read - I'd recommend it if you were after something for a holiday or a long train journey.
Have you read anything great, lately?