December 11. 2008 Ninth Key by Meg Cabot- Honestly as much as I like these books and enjoy the quick read that they are, I really don’t have much to say about them. Book 2 in the series
December 12, 2008 Real Murders by Charlaine Harris- Since I have read all of Harris’ Sookie Stackhouse novels to date, I figure why not check out one of her other series, this is the first in the aurora teagarden mysterys. A pretty typical who dunit but one I enjoyed none the less.
December 12, 2008- Reunion by Meg Cabot- See notes above, Book 3 in series
December 13, 2008- Valiant by Holly Black- what a twisted series this is turning out to be. I enjoyed it. I think these are a touch harsh for the young adults they are marketed to, Try 16 and up maybe. This one show how interaction between humans and faery folk can go all to hell. Evil, addiction and love all show there heads in this. It does not include any of the characters from book one until the last 40 pages or so and that is only as a side character.
December 13, 2008 Tall, Dark and Hungry by Lynsay Sands- This is Bastien’s story who happens to be one of my favorite characters in these novels.
December 14, 2008 Ironside by Holly Black- this is the final (?) book in this series so far, it includes characters from both novels and I believe is the best of all three.
December 15, 2008- Dark Side of the moon by Sherrilyn Kenyon- this is another in the Were-hunter side of this series and includes many of the other major characters and opens up hell for the future stories
December 16, 2008 Bad Attitude by Sherrilyn Kenyon- I have enjoyed Kenyons Hunter books so much that I figured why not try one of her other series. i enjoyed this but it is a pretty typical love story with a background of a CIA kinda agency.
December 17, 2008 Vampire, Interrupted by Lynsay Sands- probably my favorite sands by far at this point. The mother of most of the main characters gets her chance to find love. Adds a spin to this series.
Haunted (bk 5) and Twilight (bk 6) by Meg Cabot- see above
December 18, 2008 Look for me by moonlight by Mary Downing Hahn Just a quick little book i picked up because of it’s vampire background. Pretty typical play on a teen horror
December 18 Lover Enshrined (bk 6) by J, R, Ward- God do I love these characters and watching them grow. This one takes a lot of chances and opens up a ton of new characters too the Black Dagger Brotherhood series. I was so excited when this one arrived. It shows the wecknesses in people (even if they are gods and vampires) and creates a new evil for the brotherhood. Even opens a homosexual storyline. Ward isn’t afraid to touch and subject, she has dealt with rape, BDSM, and now gay subject. Gotta give her great credit and I can’t wait to see where these go.