Thursday, 29 December 2011

2012 Speculative Romance Challenge


I love romance and I love anything paranormal so how could I resist this new challenge by Carolyn from Book Chick City?  The challenge includes anything from all of my favourite genres:
  • Paranormal romance
  • Dark fantasy romance
  • Urban fantasy romance
  • Steampunk romance
  • Sci-fi romance
  • Apocalyptic romance
I've not kept track of the number of books I've read across all of these genres before but I know I read a lot of them.  Considering I read 124 books for the Speculative Fiction challenge in 2010 and 98 books towards the Horror & Urban Fantasy challenge in 2011 (this doesn't include paranormal romance, steampunk, sci-fi or apocalyptic books I've read) I should manage to read quite a few books for this one in 2012!

If you'd like to join me in taking part in this challenge you can sign up here.

I'll keep a list of the books I've read towards this challenge and include links to my reviews below

January (see links to other participant's reviews here).
  1. Cinder - Marissa Meyer
  2. Tempest - Julie Cross
  3. Smoulder - Brenna Yovanoff
  4. Lord of the Vampires - Gena Showalter
  5. Darker After Midnight - Lara Adrian
  6. Moon Sworn - Keri Arthur
  7. A Demon Does it Better - Linda Wisdom
February (see links to other participant's reviews here)
  1. Ruthless Game - Christine Feehan
  2. Firelight - Kristen Callihan
  3. Even Vampires Get the Blues - Katie MacAlister
  4. Shadow Bound - Erin Kellison
March (see links to other participant's reviews here)
  1. The Darkest Day - Britt Bury
  2. Secret of the Wolf - Cynthia Garner
August (see links to other participant's reviews here)
  1. Moonglow - Kristen Callihan
  2. Deceiving the Witch Next Door - Melissa Bourbon Ramirez
September (see links to other participant's reviews here)
  1. The Twisted Tragedy of Miss Natalie Stewart - Leanna Renee Hieber
  2. Blood Law - Karin Tabke
December (see links to other participant's reviews here)

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