My Top Ten of 2012 list includes books I read this year. Not all of them were originally published this year; these are the books that stand out in my memory. Clearly contemporary is my favorite genre.
| When putting my list together, I realized that my favorites came from all sorts of genres. And how can I pick just one to be number one? How can you compare a shifter to a m/m to a historical? You see my dilemma, right? So here is my top ten list of books I’ve read this year, by genre, in no particular order.
Sci-fi: To the Princess Bound by Sara King
Contemporary: Sweet Inspiration (Klaus Brothers #1) by Penny Watson (a holiday story)
Alternative (m/m): No Souvenirs by K.A. Mitchell
Pirate/Seafaring: Castaway Dreams by Darlene Marshall
Menage: Southern Seduction (Bride Train #8) by Reece Butler
BDSM: To Command and Collar (Shadowlands #6) by Cherise Sinclair
Paranormal/Shifter: Bear Meets Girl by Shelly Laurenston
Historical: Marry Me by Jo Goodman
Short Story: Tales from the Hotel Bentmoore by Shelby Cross (BDSM short stories)
YA Romance: Wrecked by Elle Casey
Honorable Mention: Kissin’ Tell (Rough Riders #13) by Lorelei James for the creative-and unforgettable-use of a trampoline