Titles I've written about (some of the older posts are mega-brief):
Honey, Baby, Sweetheart (2004):
If you like YA girl books, then holy crap, read this book. I swear that I'm not only saying this because the main character's mom is a librarian and the family dog is a Jack Russell. I swear! It was a great book. I refused to take a Buffy break until I had finished it—Josh just had to wait.
Wild Roses (2005):
If you haven't read her, she's a lot like Joan Bauer but maybe a bit harsher. Still comfort food, but with more tang? She also reminds me of Sarah Dessen. Good stuff.
In general, I recommend that fans of Sarah Dessen and Elizabeth Scott and Joan Bauer try Deb Caletti. While I loved it, it isn't going to be for everyone. The action doesn't really kick in until a third of the way through the book, there are a LOT of characters to keep straight, and monologues about past relationships are interspersed throughout the narrative. (Kind of like the interviews in When Harry Met Sally.)
At about the hundred page mark, I, at any rate, was starting to want to shake Clara while yelling, "ENOUGH WITH THE FORESHADOWING. JUST SPIT IT OUT ALREADY!!" But then I got over myself and ended up really enjoying it.