Winter 08 Reading Challenge

Okay so while I wasn’t paying any attention Cindy posted the Winter 08 Reading Challenge. So here’s the list…

1. Reader’s Choice Place any book here – The Pagan Stone by Nora Roberts – finished

2. Book that was read and Reviewed in the Fall Challenge – Heaven Texas by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

3. Read a book that has a “D” word in it for December – Dating Da Vinci by Malena Lott

4. Read a book that has an arranged marriage or Marriage of Convenience (AAR Special Titles could be a big help!) – The Texans Wager by Jodi Thomas – finished

5. For Valentines Day, read a book that has love, kiss or heart in the title -It’s in His Kiss by Julia Quinn – finished

6. Read a book by Lisa Kleypas – A Wallflower Christmas by Lisa Kleypas – finished

7. A book that makes you think about Christmas – The Christmas Jar by Jason F. Wright

8. A title that has 4 words in it -Married for a Month by Susan Mallery – finished

9. Read a story that has a military or civil servant (firefighter/cop/fbi/clan chief/commander) in it –can be any genre – Sweet Surrender by Maya Banks – finished

10. Read a book that has a Viking or Pirate in it! – Hearts Aflame by Johanna Lindsey – finished

11. Pick a book that was first published in 2008 – Show no Mercy by Cindy Gerard – finished

12. Read a series (Harlequin or Sillehoutte) – Ruthless Bedded by the Italian Billionaire by Emma Darcy – finished

13. Read a book that the author has 3 names (ie Susan Elizabeth Phillips/ Karen Marie Moning) – SEALed with a Kiss by Mary-Margaret Daughtridge – finished

14. For the New Year-Pick a book that has been in your TBR pile for a long time –Out w/ the old in w/ the new! – The Seven Deadly Wonders by Matthew Riley – finished

15. Read a book that has a “W” word for Winter – The Wednseday Letters by Jason F. Wright – finished

1 Comment

  1. Laura

    I highly recommend Jason F. Wright’s books, too! I work with Jason and thought you’d like knowing he has a new contest on his web site where you can win a free trip-for-two to his hometown in VA, the Shenandoah Valley. All you have to do is mail him a Christmas card! All the details are here:


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