So January's books... 33 in all
The Keeper's Price by Marion Zimmer Bradley et al. Reminded me of a lot of what I enjoyed about Darkover, I kinda want to revisit...
Nora Roberts featured a few times, Affaire Royale, Command Performance and Playboy Prince were actually a 3-in-one copy; Bay of Sighs is a newer book and I found it interesting.
Small Gods the Graphic Novel made me want to revisit the book.
Silver Phoenix by Cindy Pon was a good read, interesting to read a story set in China.
The Discerning Gentleman's Guide by Virginia Heath was a good historical romance, though the title did make me snigger a little.
One Week in the library was somewhat underwhelming, I wanted more.
Murder in Montparnasse by Kerry Greenwood was not the best Phryne Fisher story but not bad either, you learn more about Phryne's past.
Mistletoe and Murder by Carola Dunn, the framing story was a bit strained but an interesting murder mystery.
Paula Brackston's The Witch's Daughter is an interesting twist on the long-lived supernatural, for a change set in England.
Awakening the Shy Miss by Bronwyn Scott was an okay historical romance.
House of Shadows by Jen Christie was a time-travelling paranormal romance.
Captivating the Witch by Michele Hauf was a paranormal romance between a demon and a witch.
Witches of New York by Ami McKay took a long time for me to get into and then left me a little underwhelmed.
The Lie by C.L. Taylor was a story of learning about real friendship, and how things can go terribly wrong.
An Expert in Murder by Nicola Upson was an interesting murder mystery featuring Josephine Tey and her friends.
Scarlet Widow by Graham Masterton featured some problematic sex.
The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents: Terry Pratchett does the Pied Piper.
Bound by Duty by Diane Gaston was a good historical romance.
A-Force Presents volume 1 - the first new introductions to female superheroes. Very mixed but interesting.
Lucifer - Mike Carey Volume 1 - I prefer the TV series
Lady Emma's Revenge - Fenella J Miller - a murder mystery wrapped in a historical romance.
A Match for Marcus Cynster - Stephanie Laurens A man discovers that he doesn't need to belittle a woman to be strong, enjoyed this one a lot.
Lascar's Dagger by Glenda Larke - interesting world with a cleric discovering a dagger has a mind of it's own.
Girl Waits with Gun by Amy Stewart - based on fact it's an interesting read.
Sink Reflections by Marla "Flylady" Cilley I found underwhelming.
Not my shame by T.O. Walker almost broke my heart, a woman facing up to her abuse.
The Awakening by Colm O'Connor was a very reflective piece and I found it made me think a lot about living.
Other-Wordly by Yee-Lum Mak was charming, illustrated unusual words from around the world.
Healing Fatty Liver Disease - exactly what it says.