Monday, February 1, 2010

Books Read in January

One month down, eleven more to go... Wow. Where is the time going? 2010 seems to be slipping by for me!

Book Total: 17
Pages: 5,273
Reviews: 8

Well, I didn't read as many as I would have liked during January, but considering my college courses and all the other daily stress I have to deal with, I'm still proud of what I did read! :D

In fact, I'm even more proud of the fact that I wrote a review for... *Drum Roll*.... 8 BOOKS! That means I wrote a review for, on average, every other book I read this past month!

My goal is to review even more books during the month of February---- say, 12 to start. I'll let you know how that goes...

Here's the complete list of what I read, with links to those that I reviewed:

1. Duke Most Wanted by Celeste Bradley (4 stars)
2. For the Love of a Pirate by Edith Layton (2 stars)
3. The Amethyst Amulets by Cillian Burns (3 stars)
4. A Dangerous Love by Brenda Joyce (5 stars)
5. The Dark Divine by Bree Despain (4.5 stars)
6. Heart of Fire by Kat Martin (4.5 stars)
7. Half Blood by Liberty Stafford (3 stars)
8. Full Blood by Liberty Stafford (3 stars)
9. Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane (2 stars)
10. What Price Love? by Stephanie Laurens (3.5 stars)
11. Like Mayflies in a Stream by Shauna Roberts (4 stars)
12. Powers by John B. Olson (3 stars)
13. My Wicked Pirate by Rona Sharon (3.5 stars)

14. The Returners by Gemma Malley (4.5 stars)
15. The Last Summer (of You and Me) by Ann Brashares (4 stars)
16. The Blood of the Flowers by Anita Amirrezvani (3 stars)
17. Winter of the Beast by Vonna Harper (4.5 stars)

Of course, anything above 4 stars is a very good read, with 4.5 and 5 stars being top notch. But my favorite books from January were... The Dark Divine, A Dangerous Love, and Winter of the Beast!


What about you-- how many books did you read during the first month of 2010? Better yet, which ones did you love the most? Did you meet your goals, whatever they were? I'd love to know, so please leave a comment and tell me! :D



Until Next Time,

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