Sunday, October 10, 2010

My Week in Books (#7)

Credit for IMM goes to The Story Siren
Books received for review
None this week
Books received in trade
Wake Unto Me Love, Inc. Desires of the Dead Demonglass (Hex Hall, #2)
Those That Wake XVI Tempestuous (Wondrous Strange, #3) Vampire Crush
Books bought
I may have visited the local used bookstore this week... twice. Bayou Moon is new, everything else is used.
Blue Diablo (Corine Solomon, #1) About A Dragon (Dragon Kin, #2) What A Dragon Should Know (Dragon Kin, #3) Bayou Moon (The Edge, #2) Ravenous (The Dark Forgotten, #1) Original Sin (The Seven Deadly Sins, #1) Eighth Grade Bites (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, #1) Warrior Ascended (Sons of the Zodiac, #1) Unhallowed Ground (Harrison Investigation series) Marked by Moonlight (Moon Chasers, #1) Kiss of a Dark Moon (Moon Chasers, #2) No Werewolves Allowed (Night Tracker, #2) Beyond the Pale (Darkwing Chronicles, #1) Past Redemption (Darkwing Chronicles, #2) Touch A Dark Wolf (The Shadowmen Book 1) The Lure of the Wolf (The Shadowmen Book 2) Kiss of Darkness (The Shadowmen Book 3) The Mage in Black (Sabina Kane, #2) Bound by Light (The Dark Crescent Sisterhood, #3) Burning Up (Includes: The Iron Seas, Prequel; Children of the Sea, #3.5; Psy/Changeling #0.5) My Zombie Valentine Shifter (Includes: Warriors of Poseidon, #2.5; Breed Series, #15; Children of the Sea Prequel) Weddings From Hell
What I read this week
  Hold Me Closer, Necromancer Nocturne Midnight Cravings: Racing The Moon / Mate Of The Wolf (The Pack, #5.5) / Nocturne Bites Hellhound Story / Dreamcatcher / Mahina's Storm Dead Witch Walking (Rachel Morgan/The Hollows, #1) Dark Side of Dawn Howling at the Moon (Tales of an Urban Werewolf, #1) Never Cry Werewolf Bite Me! (Bite Me, #1)
Books I started but haven't finished (yet!)
Working for the Devil (Dante Valentine, #1) Kiss Me Deadly: 13 Tales of Paranormal Love Delirium


  1. WoW! You have a wonderful used book store. I am so jealous. :)


  2. I know, it's one of the reasons I can never move! LOL. And the people who work there are just as fantastic as the book selection.