Two new Romance resources to add to pg. 503:
I haven't used it yet but it looks valuable.
(2) The Cambridge History of the Romance Languages. Vol. 1: Structures, edited by Martin Maiden, John Charles Smith and Adam Ledgeway, Cambridge University Press.
This book offers a pan-Romance perspective on various phonological, morphological, syntactic, pragmatic and lexical processes and patterns. There are essays by Michele Loporcaro (Syllable, Segment and Prosody, and Phonological Processes), Arnulf Stefenelli (Lexical Stability), and Steven Dworkin (Lexical Change) among others.