December Wrap-up

December TBR
(click to read review)
King of Paine
Dating Mr. December
The Christmas Wedding
Wake*
Jane Eyre*
An Unforgettable Christmas
A Midsummer Night’s Sin*
A Christmas Carol
Desired
The Darkest Whisper (audio)
The Outcasts (audio)
Game of Thrones (audio)
Lola and the boy Next Door (audio)

Looks like I did a terrible job of sticking with my TBR. In my defense, I was on vacation and moving most of the month.

I also read…
As I Wake
Life is but a dream (releases March 27th)
Musicophilia* (audio)
The Woman in Black (audio)

 *denotes a favorite

Other Reviews
Wintertown
Colters’ Wife
Merry Christmas, Splat
Why We Broke Up
Love & Leftovers

Other entries of note
Guest post with Larry Kahn: Researching the Psychology of BDSM
I give up: Lolita
Guest post: Abria Mattina, author of Wake

I definitely need to do better this month. It’s so easy to stray from the TBR!

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