Books Read in 2010

  1. Urban Shaman: Walker Papers #1 (C.E. Murphy)
  2. Hunter’s Need: Hunters #11 (Shiloh Walker)
  3. Sorcery and Cecelia: Letter Game #1 (Wrede & Stevermer)
  4. Heart’s Blood: Blood Magic #2 (Gail Dayton)
  5. Heart of Ice (Brynn Paulin) *
  6. Hurts so Good: the Connaghers #2 (Joely Sue Burkhart) * ‡
  7. Daily Life in Victorian England (Sally Mitchell)
  8. Silent Night (Kim Dare) *
  9. Senior Year Bites (Julie Campbell) ‡
  10. Caressed by Ice: Psy-Changeling #3 (Nalini Singh)
  11. Grace Hammer (Sara Stockbridge)
  12. Ecstasy Unveiled: Demonica #4 (Larissa Ione)
  13. Mine To Possess: Psy-Changeling #4 (Nalini Singh)
  14. Sherlock Holmes (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)
  15. Dark Moon Defender: Twelve Houses #3 (Sharon Shinn)
  16. Reader and Raelynx: Twelve Houses #4 (Sharon Shinn)
  17. Fortune and Fate: Twelve Houses #5 (Sharon Shinn)
  18. Mystic and Rider: Twelve Houses #1 (Sharon Shinn)
  19. The Thirteenth House: Twelve Houses #2 (Sharon Shinn)
  20. Broken (Shiloh Walker)
  21. Crimson & Steam (Liz Maverick)
  22. Winter Moon – 2 of 3 novellas (Mercedes Lackey & C.E. Murphy; didn’t re-read Tanith Lee’s novella)
  23. Thunderbird Falls: Walker Papers #2 (C.E. Murphy)
  24. The Gathering: Darkness Rising #1 (Kelley Armstrong) ‡
  25. The Gilbert & Sullivan Lexicon (Harry Benford)
  26. Elfshadow: Song & Shadow #1 (Elaine Cunningham)
  27. The Devil You Know (Julie Particka-Klumb) ‡
  28. Free-Range Knitter (Stephanie Pearl Mc-Phee)
  29. New Blood: Blood Magic #1 (Gail Dayton)
  30. Heart’s Blood: Blood Magic #2 (Gail Dayton)
  31. Hostage to Pleasure: Psy-Changeling #5 (Nalini Singh)
  32. Princess of Glass: Princesses of Westfalin #2 (Jessica Day-George)
  33. Princess of the Midnight Ball: Princesses of Westfalin #1 (Jessica Day-George)
  34. Dealing with Dragons: Enchanted Forest Chronicles #1 (Patricia C. Wrede)
  35. Searching for Dragons: Enchanted Forest Chronicles #2 (Patricia C. Wrede)
  36. Calling on Dragons: Enchanted Forest Chronicles #3 (Patricia C. Wrede)
  37. Talking to Dragons: Enchanted Forest Chronicles #4 (Patricia C. Wrede)
  38. Candy Houses: Grimm #1 (Shiloh Walker) *
  39. Dreamveil: Kyndred #2 (Lynn Viehl)
  40. Dark Need: Darkyn #3 (Lynn Viehl)
  41. Night Lost: Darkyn #4 (Lynn Viehl)
  42. Evemore: Darkyn #5 (Lynn Viehl)
  43. Twilight Fall: Darkyn #6 (Lynn Viehl)
  44. Stay the Night: Darkyn #6 (Lynn Viehl)
  45. Movies in 15 Minutes (Cleolinda Jones)
  46. Men of the Otherworld: Otherworld Short Story Collection #1 (Kelley Armstrong)
  47. Frostbitten: Otherworld #10 (Kelley Armstrong)
  48. A Matter of Magic (composed of Mairelon the Magician and Magician’s Ward) (Patricia C. Wrede)
  49. Foundation (Mercedes Lackey)
  50. Waking the Witch: Otherworld #11 (Kelley Armstrong)
  51. Beautiful Death (Joely Sue Burkhart) *
  52. City of Bones: Mortal Instruments #1 (Cassandra Clare)
  53. Discord’s Apple (Carrie Vaughn)
  54. Thirteenth Child: Frontier Magic #1 (Patricia C. Wrede)
  55. Forsaken by Shadow (Kait Nolan) *
  56. Hush Money (Susan Bischoff) *
  57. Sin Undone: Demonica #5 (Larissa Ione)
  58. The Native Star (M. K. Hobson) *
  59. Take Me: Connaghers short story (Joely Sue Burkhart) *
  60. Rain Lashed: Kyndred novella (Lynn Viehl) *
  61. Touch the Dark (Karen Chance)
  62. Magic Below Stairs (Carolyn Stevermer)
  63. Veil of Shadows: Veil #2 (Shiloh Walker)
  64. The Sleeping Beauty: 500 Kingdoms #5 (Mercedes Lackey)
  65. Enchantment (Orson Scott Card)
  66. Eyes Like Stars: Théâtre Illuminata #1 (Lisa Mantchev)
  67. Night Shift: Jill Kismet #1 (Lilith Saintcrow)
  68. Frostfire: Kyndred #3 (S.L. Viehl) – advance copy
  69. Phenomenal Girl Five: EHJ #1 (A.J. Menden)
  70. Tekgrrl: EHJ#2 (A.J. Menden)
  71. Beg Me (Shiloh Walker) *
  72. Branded by Fire: Psy-Changeling #6 (Nalini Singh)
  73. Born of Night: League #1 (Sherrilyn Kenyon)
  74. Phoenix & Ashes: Elemental Masters #3 (Mercedes Lackey)
  75. Born of Fire: League #2 (Sherrilyn Kenyon)
  76. Yours to Take: Connaghers #3 (Joely Sue Burkhart) *‡


* e-book
‡ beta read

Ones that are struck-through were unfinished, and the ones that are underlined were re-reads. (And because a book is struck-through doesn’t necessarily mean that I didn’t like it. It could be that it was a library book and was due, or that I wasn’t in the mood for that style of book, or any number of reasons. I just didn’t finish it.)

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