Sunday, March 07, 2010

Beginning of the year reads

January - February 2010

Haven't been listing down the books Ive read since the beginning of the year so wasn't sure when I read them so just decided to do one list for Jan and Feb.

200. Elijah by Jacquelyn Franks
Comment: This is officially my first book of 2010. I slept over at my friend's place on the 31st and I was up all night when everyone went to bed reading this hehe Book 3 in the Shadowdwellers. I love how everyone from the previous books are still involved in the plot so it's not just a romance. Looking forward to the next book in the series.
199. The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians #1) by Rick Riordan
Comment:good solid start to the series. I love Percy!
198. The Sea of Monsters (Percy Jackson and the Olympians #2) by Rick Riordan
Comment:as good as the first book
197. The Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians #3) by Rick Riordan
Comment:things are beginning darker and getting more complicated.
196. After Dark (Harmony #2) by Jayne Castle
     Bridal Jitters(Harmony #1)

Comment:Because of the futuristic vibe in this series, haven't really started on the series until now but once you start reading you're hooked!
195. After Glow (Harmony #3) by Jayne Castle
Comment:continues with the same characters as After Dark, answered some of the questions that came up, one of my favorites.
194. Ghost Hunter (Harmony #4) by Jayne Castle
Comment:I want a dust bunny of my own.
193. Silver Master (Harmony #5) by Jayne Castle
Comment:dual dust bunnies were very cute
192. Dark Light (Harmony #6) by Jayne Castle
Comment:I think this one and After Glow has to be my favorite out of the series. I love Elvis!
191. Obsidian Prey (Harmony #7) by Jayne Castle
Comment:we've seen some hints of the connection to the arcane series and this one was pretty obvious hehe
190. Running Hot (Arcane #5) by Jayne Ann Krentz
Comment:I think I was reading this one when the connection to the Jayne Castle books became a little obvious to me. Here we're treated into a more
189. Perfect Poision (Arcane #6) by Amanda Quick
Comment:I really really like this book.
188. The Renegade Hunter (Argeneau #12) by Lynsay Sands
Comment:I was a little disappointed in this one in that I didn't think the story was strong enough. I like Sands but I don't why in order to make the hero be more effective is to make out the other hunters as bumbling idiots. And then hint of a bigger story in the end. I don't know maybe this one is a little but too shallow for me
187. Fired Up (Arcane #7) by Jayne Ann Krentz
Comment:as always a feel-good read
186. Blaze of Memory (Psy-Changelings #7) by Nalini Singh
Comment:very sweet story, liked it moving on the next one
185. Archangel's Kiss (Guild Hunter #2) by Nalini Singh
Comment:At last the next book is out and it doesn't disappoint. There were so many things to tackle and so little pages! I can't wait for the next one.
184. Pleasure of a Dark Prince (Immortals After Dark #11) by Kresley Cole
Comment:I love this series especially the valkyries. I like how every book somehow happens in the same timeline just their part of the happenings. I liked older brother's story more but this was a solid book in the series imho
183. Nightwalker (Dark Days #1) by Jocelynn Drake
Comment:Started out pretty good and intriguing. Reading the next book.
182. DayHunter (Dark Days #1) by Jocelynn Drake
Comment:can't believe that this all happened in the span of a week! More secrets and more revelations!
181. Dawnbreaker (Dark Days #1) by Jocelynn Drake
Comment:ok I was looking forward to the next book in the series but at this point I would have wanted something else to happen. It's starting to become a little bit repetitive for me. I'll give the next book another chance though
180. Fired Up (Arcane #7) by Jayne Ann Krentz
Comment:Honestly JAK can never do anything wrong in my book so can't wait for the next one.
179. Fire and Ice (Buchanan-Renard #7) by Julie Garwood
Comment:I liked this one, The hero and heroine are very endearing characters. I hope the other friend will have her story too.