I tried to stick with titles that were mostly published this past year but seeing how it’s not required for this list I’ve also included a few oldies but goodies as well.
|10||Lover Avenged by J.R. Ward
I love a good bad boy and Rehvenge is as bad at they get. He’s a symphath, drug lord with good intentions even though his methods are questionable. Rev isn’t a brother but who cares! He’s still one of my favourite characters in this series and I loved discovering his story.
|9||Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James
I branched out from my usual paranormal genres by giving this book a go this year and I’m glad I did. It was hard not to seeing how it was e-v-e-r-y-w-h-e-r-e! I didn’t enjoy the other two installments in this trilogy nearly as much as this one but I will probably check out similar books in the future thanks to Fifty Shades.
|8||Iced by Karen Marie Moning
There’s a reason why KMM is called the queen of Urban Fantasy and the 6th Fever book proves that once again. The world building is unparalleled, Dani’s larger-than-life personality leaps of the pages and Ryodan… RAAWWRR. See my top book boyfriends post on Thursday for more details!
|7||Keeping Secret by Sierra Dean
I’ve been hooked on the Secret McQueen series since the get-go and now that Dean’s werewolves are finally becoming more prominent in her books there’s little danger of my interest waning anytime soon. The heroine is beyond fiece, the story progresses at a breakneck pace and Sierra crams more action into one book than I ever thought possible.
|6||Succubus Revealed by Richelle Mead
Nearly every single book in this series received 5 stars from me and this one was no different. This conclusion knocked my socks off; I was amazed with how beautifully Mead made the main story arc come full circle. Talk about a HEA! I’m just sad that it’s over. 🙁
|5||Darkness Dawns by Dianne Duvall
This has to be one of the best paranormal romances that I have ever read. The audio version is downright addictive! If you love the tall, dark and brooding type well then you’re sure to hit it off with Roland; I know I sure did!
|4||Firelight by Kirsten Callihan
Amber I. from Awesomesauce Book Club bugged me for almost an entire year to read this one and I finally cracked in November. I will never doubt her recommendations again! This book is a neat blend of paranormal romance and historical romance, plus, the writing is outstanding. You definitely can’t go wrong with this one. It’s now my turn to harass people to read it!
|3||Full Blooded by Amanda Carlson
Picking my top 3 books of 2012 was no easy task and my top 3 was even tougher! This one and the two that follow it are pretty much interchangeable. This is my favourite werewolf book of the year (stay tuned for my full list on Wednesday!). I absolutely ADORE Amanda Carlson’s wolves and I’m ecstatic that she’ll be publishing two more installments in 2013.
|2||Bitten by Kelley Armstrong
It’s no secret that Kelley Armstrong is one of my favourite authors of all time and that Bitten is my favourite werewolf book. Ever. I re-read this novel as part of Moonlight Gleam’s WOTO challenge this year and fell in love with it all over again!
|1||By a Thread by Jennifer Estep
I could have easily put the entire Elemental Assassin series along side this one but I opted to pick the book that I just finished recently. Estep’s first person POV writing style is mesmerizing and experiencing Gin Blanco’s adventures through audiobooks makes them all the more addictive.