Though I didn't title it as such, I did a lightning log back in March. Since then, I've confined myself to long-form reviews. But then I made my monthly pilgrimage over to Tara Marie's book list, and it occurred to me that some readers might appreciate a basic review list with no frills... a TBR index, if you will.
So. My rating scale is in the sidebar, if you need a refresher. If I did a longer review of the title in question, there's a link to it. I arranged the books by rating. Unless you loathe the author or genre, you should check out the "superb" titles. I think the "very good" books are definitely worth a glance, too. If you like an author or genre, you should exercise your discretion over the "good" ones. As always, this list represents my own personal opinion... but I flatter myself it will be useful for the rest of you!
A Great and Terrible Beauty – Gothic Young Adult (Libba Bray) – Superb
The Runaway Heiress – Historical: Western (Stef Ann Holm) – Superb
A Hunger Like No Other – Paranormal (Kresley Cole) – Superb
Ex and the Single Girl – Chick Lit (Lani Diane Rich) – Suberb
To Wed a Scandalous Spy – Regency, 1st in series (Celeste Bradley) – Superb
One Night With a Spy – Regency, 3rd in series (Celeste Bradley) – Superb
Surrender to a Wicked Spy – Regency, 2nd in series (Celeste Bradley) – Very Good
Three Little Secrets – Angsty Regency, 3rd in trilogy (Liz Carlyle) – Very Good
Time off for Good Behavior – Chick Lit (Lani Diane Rich) – Very Good
She Woke Up Married – Contemporary (Suzanne MacPherson) – Very Good
Undressed – Contemporary (Stef Ann Holm) – Very Good
His Every Kiss – Regency, 2nd in trilogy (Laura Lee Guhrke) – Very Good