Plus One by Elizabeth Fama
Enjoyable YA dystopian fiction about a society where people are divided into day and night shifts of living and the adventures and forbidden romance that ensue when a girl breaks the rules out of love for her dying grandfather.
The Mad Scientist's Daughter by Cassandra Rose Clarke
The subtitle - "A Tale of Love, Loss and Robots" pretty much says it all; a novel about the nature of consciousness and love. Surprisingly literary for science fiction, very engaging.
Valleysong by Texas Rio Writers
An anthology of stories about life in the Rio Grande Valley written by members of a writers' group in the area. I really enjoyed the South Texas feel of these stories, though they were targeted to an older demographic (and I am pretty old).