Saturday, December 31, 2011

My Favorite Romance Novels for 2011

Favorite Romance Novels for 2011

One of my resolutions for 2010 was to keep a log of all the books I read.  First, I got a Moleskine Passions Book Journal -- then it started filling up and I was having a hard time organizing it.  So I opened this blog.

I have to say, I am enjoying this blog.  And the romance novels that I am reading.

For 2011, these were the stand-outs for me:

1.  Waking Up with the Duke by Lorraine Heath

2.  Unraveled by Courtney Milan

3.  Romancing the Countess by Ashley March

4.  Always a Temptress by Eileen Dreyer

5.  Dangerous in Diamonds by Madeline Hunter

6. You Only Love Once by Caroline Linden

7.  When Beauty Tamed the Beast by Eloisa James

8.  Her Ladyship's Companion by Evangeline Collins

9.  The Lady Most Likely... by Julia Quinn, Connie Brockway and Eloisa James

10.  A Secret Affair by Mary Balogh

11.  The Black Hawk by Joanna Bourne

12.  A Night to Surrender by Tessa Dare


  1. BLACK HAWK, definitely! Thank you for recommending it.

  2. Thank you for recommending Guhrke and Hoyt so many years ago. ^_^

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