Saturday, January 3, 2009

December Book Summary

Here are the books I read in December. With all the excitement of the holidays this month, I just barely made my reading goal. I did make it however, and I was also able to complete my fall reading challenge as well. I am certainly looking forward to the new year all the wonderful releases I have been anticipating. I also plan on participating in new reading challenges in 2009. I plan on posting more on that at a later date. Here are my following December reads:

1. Sometimes a Lady, Wisdom (Contemporary) Rating: B
2. Ultimate Weapon, McKenna (Romantic Suspense) Rating: A-
3. Heaven, Texas, Phillips (Contemporary) Rating: A
4. Bedding the Heiress, Maxwell (Historical) Rating: B
5. Into the Fire, Brockmann (Romantic Suspense) Rating: A
6. Nobody's Baby but Mine, Phillips (Contemporary) Rating: B+
7. Courting Miss Hattie, Morsi (Western) Rating: B+
8. One For the Money, Evanovich (Mystery) Rating: B+
9. Mine to Possess, Singh (Paranormal) Rating: C
10. The Secret Pearl, Balogh (Historical) Rating: B+
11. Heat Lightning, Stuart (Contemporary) Rating: B-
12. Nightkeepers, Andersen (Paranormal) Rating: B


wonderings said...

Looks like it was a great reading month for you! You're such a prolific reader -- dare we hope for a best of 2008 round-up? :^)

Jill D. said...

Hi Wonderings! I definitely plan on doing a "best of" post for 2008. I am so behind in my posting because of the holidays. Never fear, I am slowly making my way back on track :)

nath said...

Great reading month Jill!! Even if you barely made your goal, you had some pretty good reads :D

and you're almost done reviewing them all!!

So are you going to up the monthly goal for 2009?

Jill D. said...

Nath, I am going to keep my reading goals the same for next year. I was actually thinking of lowering them, LOL. But I am not going to do that. Twelve books a month is a good goal for me.

nath said...

LOL :D Why would you lower them, unless you're expecting to be very busy... but yeah, I do agree with you, 12 is a good number.

and wow, I'm still amazed that you've reviewed them all!