Spring '09 Challenge list:
1. Read a Western
Sisters Found by Joan Johnston ~~~DONE~~~Rated 3.5 stars
2. Read a book set in Scotland-
To Tame a Highland Warrior by Karen Marie Moning ~~~DONE~~~Rated 4 stars
3. Title contains Sun, Moon, or Stars
Sun Kissed by Catherine Anderson ~~~DONE~~~Rated 4 stars
4. Title contains Angel or Devil
Devil of the Highlands by Lynsay Sands~~~~DONE~~~~Rated 4 stars
5. Read any title by one of the first romance authors you ever read
Sea Swept by Nora Roberts ~~~DONE~~~Rated 4 stars
6. Title or Cover makes you think of Spring
Scandal in Spring by Lisa Kleypas. ~~~DONE~~~rated 4 stars
7. Readers Choice
Flat Out Sexy by Erin McCarthy ~~~~DONE~~~~Rated 4.5
8. Select a book that has been marked favorite or 5 stars from another group member's shelf.
DarkFever by KM Moning as listed on Lucky Irish Gal's shelf~~~DONE~~~Rated 3.5 stars maybe more...
9. Read an AAR top 100 title
The Serpent Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt~~~DONE~~~Rated 4 stars
10. Title contains the word "Secret" or “Lie” in it
The Secret by Julie Garwood~~~DONE~~~rated 4 stars for sure....
11. Read a title that was read and reviewed during the Winter Challenge
Dark Lover by J R Ward~~~DONE~~~rated 4 stars~oh yea!!!
12. read a book with a Romeo and Juliet type theme
Untamed by Pamela Clare~~~DONE~~~Rated 4 or more stars
13. Read a trilogy (or 3 books from same series) Part 1
Sweet Spot by Susan Mallery( 3.5 stars) & Lover Eternal by JR Ward~~DONE~4.5 Stars
14. Read a trilogy (or 3 books from same series) Part 2
Sweet Talk by Susan Mallery (3 stars) & Lover Awakened by JR Ward~~DONE~4.5 Stars
15. Read a trilogy (or 3 books from same series) Part 3
Sweet Trouble by Susan Mallery (3 stars) & Lover Revealed by JR Ward~~DONE~4.5 Stars
This was my final list. I finally gave in and started the Black Dagger Brotherhood. I loved it! I ended up adding them to my challenge list, because I didn't want to read anything but the BDB for a while. I had a lot of good titles and some that I thought I would like but didn't. I didn't care for Dreamfever. It had no, None, romance in it.