2017 A to Z Reading Challenge

Sunday, January 1, 2017

I've had a blast doing this challenge for the past few years and I can't resist another go 'round. I've discovered a few now-favorite books I might not have otherwise noticed because of this challenge :)

Challenge details:
- Duration: January 1, 2017 - December 31, 2017
- Read 26 books which titles begin with the letters of the alphabet.
- You may ignore articles like A, An and The at the beginning of the title.
- For the letter X, any book title with the letter X in it is acceptable if you can't find one that begins with X.
- You can sign up anytime.
- Please only list books you have read. You can read them in any order.
- A book only counts once, so you can include a re-read the first time you read it.

My List:
Accidentally Compromising the Duke by Stacy Reid – 1/14/17
Because of Miss Bridgerton by Julia Quinn – 2/6/17
Duke, The by Kerrigan Byrne – 2/1/17
Echoes in Death by J.D. Robb – 2/24/17
Fair Game by Josh Lanyon – 2/4/17
Gauntlet (Arena, Book 2) by Holly Jennings – 4/7/17
How to Tame a Beast in Seven Days by Kerrelyn Sparks – 3/10/17
Invisible Library, The by Genevieve Cogman – 1/11/17
My Boss is a Grumpy Werewolf and I Think He Wants to Eat Me! by Jane Wallace-Knight – 1/7/17
On Broken Wings by Chanel Cleeton – 1/1/17
Planned Seduction by Jess Dee – 1/26/17
Rock Chick Regret by Kristen Ashley – 2/28/17
Spoonful of Sugar, A by Kate Hardy – 2/5/17
Teaspoon of Trouble, A by Shirley Jump – 2/10/17
Unf*ck Your Habitat by Rachel Hoffman – 1/2/17
Wicked in His Arms by Stacy Reid – 1/21/16
Dirty X6 by Tara Crescent – 1/26/17


Chrys Cymri said...

I could offer an urban fantasy called 'The Cult of Unicorns' for the missing 'C' in your list.

The book is the second in my 'Penny White' series, but it can be read as a stand alone.

It's 92,000 words long, and I can offer any ebook format you'd like.

I'm on Goodreads and you can read about the book there.

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