|2||Wen Spencer||Wolf Who Rules||356||7||Science Fiction|
|3||Piers Anthony||Blue Adept||327||6||Fantasy|
|5||JoAnna Carl||The Chocolate Jewel Case||228||4||Mystery|
|6||Rachel Caine||Thin Air||309||7||Fantasy|
|7||Stephenie Meyers||New Moon||563||7||YA|
|8||Joanne Pence||Something's Cooking||328||5||Mystery|
|9||Joanne Pence||Too May Cooks||343||5||Mystery|
|10||Joanne Pence||To Catch a Cook||309||5||Mystery|
|11||Piers Anthony||Out of Phaze||288||6||Science Fiction|
|12||Mary Daheim||Scots on the Rocks||360||6||Mystery|
|13||Piers Anthony||Robot Adept||341||6||Science Fiction|
|14||Cecelia Ahern||Love, Rosie||488||7||Fiction|
Wen Spencer's Science Fiction sequel to Tinker, Wolf Who Rules was much better than the first book. Pittsburg is stuck in the Elfhome dimension.
Piers Anthony's Fantasy, the Apprentice Adept series is interesting. Magic and technology on parallel worlds of different dimensions. Bane and Mach, sons of Stile and Blue from the first trilogy, have found a way to once again cross the dimensions. I'm in the middle of the third book in this quartet.
JoAnna Carl's latest Chocoholics mystery was very disappointing. The lack of communication between Joe and Lee just to make it harder for Lee to solve the mystery was irritating and still way too easy to figure out. The chocolate trivia between chapters was very interesting.
Rachel Caine's latest Weather Warden series nicely finishes off the second set of trilogies in this Fantasy series while setting up the start for the next three books.
Joanne Pence's Angelina Amalfi culinary mystery series was not bad. Wealthy girl working different food related jobs and a homicide detective trying to keep her out of trouble. Some of the different food related jobs she comes up with are funny.
Mary Daheim's latest Bed & Breakfast mystery series was okay. Twenty-third book in the series with the same characters is getting a bit old but instead of their Seattle B&B, they're off on a Scottish vacation.
Cecelia Ahern's Love, Rosie was good. Written in the form of letters, emails, and instant messages, it's a book you can read a little bit at a time.