Halo 'Round the Moon, Annie Stewart
Maybe someday you'll be able to read this book. Hopefully. My mom wrote it for me. For me. Because that's real love. I'm clearly biased, but I think it's publishable, we'll see. It's chick-lit sort of romance, about a case of mistaken identities. A famous alt.country singer picks up former opera singer, thinking he's her friend's cousin, she thinks the same, he's her friend's cousin. He figures out first that she doesn't know who he is and romance and wackiness ensues when stalkers, record company execs and crazy country diva ex-wives get involved. This is actually my third reading of this, in it's near final form. I was doing some copy-editing and I was just supposed to work on it, but after the third chapter I got sucked in again and had to re-read it all. It's, I think, a good all day at the beach book. Everytime I've read it I haven't been able to put it down even when I know what happens.