Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Bedtime Reading 2008

  • Beautiful Samurai, White Tiger, Sedonia Guillone
  • Les Bijoux Volume 3 Eun-Ha Jo & Sang-Sun Park
  • Les Bijoux Volume 2 Eun-Ha Jo & Sang-Sun Park
  • Les Bijoux Volume 1 Eun-Ha Jo & Sang-Sun Park
  • Swallowing Darkness, Laurell K Hamilton
  • A Lick of Frost, Laurell K Hamilton
  • The New Rakes, Nikki Magennis
  • The Movie, Louise Bagshawe
  • Dark Embrace, Sherrilyn Kenyon
  • Dark Prince, Christine Feehan
  • His Beautiful Samurai, Sedonia Guillone
  • The Raven Prince, Elizabeth Hoyt
  • Red Angel, Makoto Tateno
  • Reckless, Saskia Walker
  • Seven, Momoko Tenzen
  • Lord of Scoundrels, Loretta Chase
  • Darkside Blues, Hideyuki Kikuchi
  • Everything Forbidden, Jess Michaels
  • Indiscretions, Elayne S Venton
  • The Silver Cage, Mathilde Madden
  • Lover Enshrined, JR Ward
  • Nicholas, Elizabeth Amber
  • Black Knight volume 1, Kai Tsurugi
  • Return to Me, Julia Templeton
  • Let Dai Volume 6, Sooyeon Wan
  • Let Dai Volume 5, Sooyeon Wan
  • For Her Pleasure, Maya Banks
  • Let Dai Volume 4, Sooyeon Wan
  • Glamour, Louise Bagshawe
  • In Too Deep, Portia da Costa (beta version)
  • Sin, Sharon Page
  • Loves Strategy, Samantha Kane
  • All About Passion, Stephanie Laurens
  • Cantarella Volume 1, You Higuri
  • Possession, Mathilde Madden, Madelynne Ellis & Anne Tourney
  • All About Love, Stephanie Laurens
  • Love Under Siege, Samantha Kane
  • Courage to Love, Samantha Kane
  • Gerard & Jacques, Volume 2, Fumi Yoshinaga
  • Gerard & Jacques Volume 1, Fumi Yoshinaga
  • The Vintner's Luck, Elizabeth Knox
  • The Rules of Gentility, Janet Mullany
Yay, 42 books, not bad for me, especially as this is discounting all the various beta versions and short stories I've read. Guess it's time to start a new list.

3 comments:

MB (Leah) said...

Wow, that's a lot considering that you write full time and have a life.

Looks like a lot of good books on there.

So many that I want to read!

Madelynne Ellis said...

It's probably cheating a bit to list all the manga, but I love that I can zip through them fairly quickly and still get a great story.

Bev(QB) said...

I find it fascinating that an author in the U.K. read so many of the same books that this reader in small-town midwestern USA did. Okay, well, except the manga. ;-p