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Bobbi's reads for 2008

What have you read in 2008? Post your list here and update it as you go along! (One thread per member, please.)
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Bobbi's reads for 2008

Post by Bobbi » Wed November 5th, 2008, 3:29 am

This is a great idea, I'll try to keep it updated but this is what I've got so far...

Kiss of Midnight – Lara Adrian
Kiss of Crimson – Lara Adrian
Midnight Awakening – Lara Adrian
PS, I l Love You – Cecilia Ahern
Bitten – Kelley Armstrong
Stolen - Kelley Armstrong
Dime Store Magic - Kelley Armstrong
Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte
Undead and Unwed – Mary Janice Davidson
Undead and Unemployed - Mary Janice Davidson
Undead and Unappreciated - Mary Janice Davidson
Undead and Unreturnable - Mary Janice Davidson
Undead and Unpopular - Mary Janice Davidson
Undead and Uneasy - Mary Janice Davidson
Undead and Unworthy - Mary Janice Davidson
Pyjama Girls of Lambert Square – Sara Donati
Plum Lucky – Janet Evanovich
Fearless Fourteen – Janet Evanovich
The Eyre Affair – Jasper Fforde
Lost in a Good Book – Jasper Fforde
Dark Prince – Christine Feehan
Dark Desire - Christine Feehan
Dark Descent - Christine Feehan (Novella)
Dark Gold – Christine Feehan
Dark Magic – Christine Feehan
Dark Challenge – Christine Feehan
Dark Fire – Christine Feehan
The Duke – Gaelen Foley
Lord of Fire - Gaelen Foley
Lord of Ice - Gaelen Foley
Lady of Desire – Gaelen Foley
Devil takes a Bride – Gaelen Foley
One Night of Sin – Gaelen Foley
His Wicked Kiss - Gaelen Foley
Jacob – Jacquelyn Frank
Gideon – Jacquelyn Frank
Elijah – Jacquelyn Frank
Damien - Jacquelyn Frank
The Russian Concubine – Kate Furnivall
Rebellious Desire – Julie Garwood
Dead until Dark – Charlaine Harris
Living Dead in Dallas – Charlaine Harris
Club Dead – Charlaine Harris
Dead to the World – Charlaine Harris
Dead as a Doornail – Charlaine Harris
All Together Dead – Charlaine Harris
Definitely Dead – Charlaine Harris
From Dead to Worse - Charlaine Harris
Stranded with a Stranger – Francis Housden
Potent Pleasures – Eloisa James
Midnight Pleasures – Eloisa James
Enchanting Pleasures – Eloisa James
Much Ado about You – Eloisa James
Kiss me Annabel – Eloisa James
The Taming of the Duke - Eloisa James
Seize the Night – Sherrilyn Kenyon
Sins of the Night – Sherrilyn Kenyon
Unleash the Night – Sherrilyn Kenyon
Dark Side of the Moon – Sherrilyn Kenyon
Devil May Cry - Sherrilyn Kenyon
Acheron – Sherrilyn Kenyon
Dream Hunter– Sherrilyn Kenyon
Upon the Midnight Clear – Sherrilyn Kenyon
Dream Chaser – Sherrilyn Kenyon
Daemon’s Angel - Sherrilyn Kenyon
This Charming Man – Marian Keyes
No Dress Rehearsal – Marian Keyes
Can you keep a secret? - Sophie Kinsella
Devil’s Bride – Stephanie Laurens
A Rake’s Vow - Stephanie Laurens
Scandal’s Bride – Stephanie Laurens
A Rogue’s Proposal – Stephanie Laurens
A Secret Love – Stephanie Laurens
All About Love – Stephanie Laurens
All About Passion - Stephanie Laurens
The Lady Chosen - Stephanie Laurens
A Gentleman’s Honour - Stephanie Laurens
A Lady of his Own – Stephanie Laurens
A Fine Passion – Stephanie Laurens
To Distraction - Stephanie Laurens
Tangled Reins - Stephanie Laurens
To Kill a Mockingbird – Harper Lee
A Dark Champion – Kinley MacGregor
Sword of Darkness – Kinley MacGregor
Paradise – Judith McNaught
Perfect – Judith McNaught
Once and Always – Judith McNaught
Something Wonderful – Judith McNaught
Almost Heaven - Judith McNaught
A Kingdom of Dreams - Judith McNaught
Whitney, My Love - Judith McNaught
Breaking Dawn - Stephenie Meyer
The Host - Stephenie Meyer
Beyond the Highland Mist – Karen Marie Moning
To Tame a Highland Warrior - Karen Marie Moning
The Highlander’s Touch - Karen Marie Moning
Kiss of the Highlander – Karen Marie Moning
Dark Highlander – Karen Marie Moning
Immortal Highlander – Karen Marie Moning
Spell of a Highlander – Karen Marie Moning
Dark Fever – Karen Marie Moning
First to Die – James Patterson
My Sisters Keeper – Jodi Picoult
The Viscount who loved me – Julia Quinn
An offer from a gentleman - Julia Quinn
Romancing Mr Bridgerton – Julia Quinn
To Sir Phillip, with love – Julia Quinn
When he was Wicked – Julia Quinn
It’s in his Kiss – Julia Quinn
On the way to the Wedding – Julia Quinn
Brighter than the Sun – Julia Quinn
Everything and the Moon – Julia Quinn
Splendid – Julia Quinn
Dancing at Midnight – Julia Quinn
Minx – Julia Quinn
To Catch an Heiress - Julia Quinn
How to marry a Marquis - Julia Quinn
The Lost Duke of Wyndham - Julia Quinn
Further Observations of Lady Whistledown – Julia Quinn
Lady Whistledown Strikes Back – Julia Quinn
Where's my Hero? - Julia Quinn (and others)
Scandalous - Karen Robards
Born in Death – JD Robb
Innocent in death – JD Robb
Creation in Death – JD Robb
Strangers in Death – JD Robb
Irish Thoroughbred – Nora Roberts
Irish Rose – Nora Roberts
Irish Rebel – Nora Roberts
Born in Fire – Nora Roberts
Born in Ice – Nora Roberts
Born in Shame – Nora Roberts
The Pilot's wife - Anita Shreve
The Bronze Horseman - Paullina Simons (re-read)
Slave to Sensation – Nalini Singh
Visions of Heat – Nalini Singh
Caressed by Ice – Nalini Singh
Mine to Possess – Nalini Singh
Bridges of Madison County – Robert James Waller
Dark Lover – JR Ward (re-read)
Lover Eternal – JR Ward (re-read)
Lover Awakened – JR Ward (re-read)
Lover Revealed – JR Ward (re-read)
Lover Unbound – JR Ward (re-read)
Lover Enshrined – JR Ward

146 so far. There's more there than I thought. :eek:

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Post by SonjaMarie » Wed November 5th, 2008, 4:26 am

Great googly moogly woman you've read a lot!

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Post by Vanessa » Wed November 5th, 2008, 8:37 am

Goodness, gracious me!!! Image What a lot of books you have read!
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Post by Bobbi » Wed November 5th, 2008, 9:53 am

There are a few there aren't there? :o I bet there isn't as many as on Marg's list.

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Post by diamondlil » Wed November 5th, 2008, 10:00 am

Actually, you aren't that far behind me. I have just finished book no. 159 for the year.
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Post by Misfit » Wed November 5th, 2008, 1:00 pm

Good golly you are one busy woman!!

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Post by sweetpotatoboy » Wed November 5th, 2008, 1:31 pm

That's unbelievable. I'm so jealous. I wish I had time to read that much.

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Post by Spitfire » Wed November 5th, 2008, 4:42 pm

Holy Smokers woman! :D and that is just this year? I don't have that much time to read, poor me eh? :( You have read some good ones. I love Jane Eyre, I have enjoyed Julia Quinn's as well. You have read a few McNaught, my favorite by her is A Kingdom of Dreams, have you read that one? Oops, should have checked out your top ten HF reads, I see it is one of your favorites too! Chuckle!
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Post by Bobbi » Wed November 5th, 2008, 11:07 pm

Marg, I can't believe I've nearly caught you. Are you in a slump or is my reading getting quicker? I still only get to read at night, imagine the possibilities if I had time during the day. :D

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Post by diamondlil » Thu November 6th, 2008, 2:02 am

I have had a couple of slow months. Not exactly in a slump because I am still enjoying what I do read, but just not reading as much.
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