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message 1: by Ann aka Iftcan (last edited Jan 20, 2015 12:55PM) (new)

Ann aka Iftcan (iftcan) | 2659 comments Mod
February Challenge

And, because I loved the work that Belkis did on this one last year (and because it’s just so different) we are repeating the November challenge, but setting it in February where it belongs. Plus it will make you all flex those “search the TBR pile” muscles to find books to fit, I'm posting it 11 days early.

1. Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty. In the story of the Trojan War, the Trojan Paris awarded Aphrodite the Apple of Discord after judging her to be the most beautiful of the goddesses. She then sided with the Trojans throughout the war: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.

2. Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.

3. Inanna was the oldest of the love goddess of the Mesopotamian region. She was a Sumerian goddess of love and war. Although she is regarded as a virgin, Inanna is a goddess responsible for sexual love, procreation, and fertility: Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.

4. Ashtart or Astarte is a Semitic goddess of sexual love, maternity and fertility. She is also a war goddess and is associated with leopards or lions. Sometimes she is two-horned: Read a book about shifters.

5. Venus was the Roman goddess of love and beauty. She was originally an Italic goddess of vegetation and patron of gardens: Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.

7. Isis is the Egyptian goddess of magic: Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.

8. Freya was a beautiful Vanir Norse goddess of love, magic, and divination, who was called upon for help in matters of love: Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.

9. Nügua was primarily a Chinese creator goddess, but after she populated the earth, she taught mankind how to procreate, so she wouldn't have to do it for them: Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.

10. Tlazolteotl is the Aztec goddess of fertility, sex, childbirth and love. She appears in four forms that correspond to the phases of the moon: Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
And again, thanks for all your hard work Belkis


message 2: by Dee (last edited Feb 19, 2015 05:16PM) (new)

Dee (phonebooklady) I'm finished!!

10/10


1. Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty. In the story of the Trojan War, the Trojan Paris awarded Aphrodite the Apple of Discord after judging her to be the most beautiful of the goddesses. She then sided with the Trojans throughout the war: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.

Falling Blind (Sentinel Wars, #7) by Shannon K. Butcher 02/05

2. Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.

Dark Destiny (Dark, #13) by Christine Feehan 02/07

3. Inanna was the oldest of the love goddess of the Mesopotamian region. She was a Sumerian goddess of love and war. Although she is regarded as a virgin, Inanna is a goddess responsible for sexual love, procreation, and fertility: Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.

A Highland Werewolf Wedding (Heart of the Wolf, #11) by Terry Spear 02/07

4. Ashtart or Astarte is a Semitic goddess of sexual love, maternity and fertility. She is also a war goddess and is associated with leopards or lions. Sometimes she is two-horned: Read a book about shifters.

The Accidental Dragon (Accidentals, #9) by Dakota Cassidy 02/13

5. Venus was the Roman goddess of love and beauty. She was originally an Italic goddess of vegetation and patron of gardens: Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.

Steadfast (Elemental Masters #9) by Mercedes Lackey 02/05

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.

Bound by Flames (Night Prince, #3) by Jeaniene Frost 02/02

7. Isis is the Egyptian goddess of magic: Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.

Pack of Lies (The Twenty-Sided Sorceress Book, #3) by Annie Bellet 02/11

8. Freya was a beautiful Vanir Norse goddess of love, magic, and divination, who was called upon for help in matters of love: Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.

Son of No One (Hellchasers, #6; Dark-Hunter, #13) by Sherrilyn Kenyon 02/14

9. Nügua was primarily a Chinese creator goddess, but after she populated the earth, she taught mankind how to procreate, so she wouldn't have to do it for them: Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.

Trancing the Tiger (Chinese Zodiac Romance, #1) by Rachael Slate 02/19

10. Tlazolteotl is the Aztec goddess of fertility, sex, childbirth and love. She appears in four forms that correspond to the phases of the moon: Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.

A SEAL Wolf Christmas (Heart of the Wolf, #12) by Terry Spear 02/12


message 3: by Grace (last edited Feb 25, 2015 01:32AM) (new)

Grace (Calcat) | 99 comments I'm in.

Done 10/10

1.Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty. In the story of the Trojan War, the Trojan Paris awarded Aphrodite the Apple of Discord after judging her to be the most beautiful of the goddesses. She then sided with the Trojans throughout the war: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Rise & Fall 2nd Feb 2015
2. Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Seventh Grave and No Body 5th Feb 2015
3. Inanna was the oldest of the love goddess of the Mesopotamian region. She was a Sumerian goddess of love and war. Although she is regarded as a virgin, Inanna is a goddess responsible for sexual love, procreation, and fertility: Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
The Immortal Highlander 3rd Feb 2015
4. Ashtart or Astarte is a Semitic goddess of sexual love, maternity and fertility. She is also a war goddess and is associated with leopards or lions. Sometimes she is two-horned: Read a book about shifters.
Bunny and the Bear 1st Feb 2015

5. Venus was the Roman goddess of love and beauty. She was originally an Italic goddess of vegetation and patron of gardens: Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.

Blood on the Bayou 9th Feb 2015

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Bound by Flames 2nd Feb 2015

7. Isis is the Egyptian goddess of magic: Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
Flight of Magpies 6th Feb 2015

8. Freya was a beautiful Vanir Norse goddess of love, magic, and divination, who was called upon for help in matters of love: Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
The Space Between 6th Feb 2015
9. Nügua was primarily a Chinese creator goddess, but after she populated the earth, she taught mankind how to procreate, so she wouldn't have to do it for them: Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
Shadows and Gold 4th Feb 2015

10. Tlazolteotl is the Aztec goddess of fertility, sex, childbirth and love. She appears in four forms that correspond to the phases of the moon: Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
Timeless 5th Feb 2015

Rise & Fall (THIRDS, #4) by Charlie Cochet Seventh Grave and No Body (Charley Davidson, #7) by Darynda Jones The Immortal Highlander (Highlander, #6) by Karen Marie Moning Bunny and the Bear (Furry United Coalition, #1) by Eve Langlais Blood on the Bayou (Annabelle Lee, #2) by Stacey Jay Bound by Flames (Night Prince, #3) by Jeaniene Frost Flight of Magpies (A Charm of Magpies, #3) by K.J. Charles The Space Between (Outlander, #7.5) by Diana Gabaldon Shadows and Gold (Elemental Legacy 0.5) by Elizabeth Hunter Timeless (Parasol Protectorate, #5) by Gail Carriger


message 4: by Drea (last edited Jan 30, 2015 06:07PM) (new)

Drea I'm in.
February Challenge
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1. Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Dark Skye
2. Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Enraptured
3. Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
Dragon Bound
4. Read a book about shifters.
Wild Cat
5. Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
Quicksilver
6. Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Light My Fire
7. Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
Atlantis Awakening
8. Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
Lost Highlander
9. Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
Shadow Cat
10. Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
The Wolf Within

Dark Skye (Immortals After Dark #14) by Kresley Cole Enraptured (Eternal Guardians, #4) by Elisabeth Naughton Dragon Bound (Elder Races, #1) by Thea Harrison Wild Cat (Shifters Unbound, #3) by Jennifer Ashley Quicksilver (Hungry Moon, #1) by Claudy Conn Light My Fire (Dragon Kin, #7) by G.A. Aiken Atlantis Awakening (Warriors of Poseidon, #2) by Alyssa Day Lost Highlander by Cassidy Cayman Shadow Cat by Reena Jacobs The Wolf Within (Purgatory, #1) by Cynthia Eden


message 5: by Alison (Lady Coffin) (last edited Mar 20, 2015 01:25AM) (new)

Alison (Lady Coffin) S | 184 comments Oh boy, it was fun, but the November Challenge totally derailed me last year, but will try it again.

7/10 February Challenge

1. Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty....: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
The Reordering by Vicki Pettersson done 2/23

2. Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.

3. Inanna was the oldest of the love goddess of the Mesopotamian region....: Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
The Ruby Circle by Richelle Mead done 2/21

4. Ashtart is a Semitic goddess of sexual love, maternity and fertility. She is also a war goddess and is associated with leopards or lions. Sometimes she is two-horned: Read a book about shifters.

5. Venus was the Roman goddess of love and beauty. She was originally an Italic goddess of vegetation and patron of gardens: Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
The Chapel Perilous by Kevin Hearne done 2/27

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.

7. Isis is the Egyptian goddess of magic: Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
Rusted Veins by Jaye Wells done 2/25

8. Freya was a beautiful Vanir Norse goddess of love, magic, and divination, who was called upon for help in matters of love: Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
My Soul to Lose by Rachel Vincent done 2/4

9. Nügua was primarily a Chinese creator goddess....: Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
Snow Falling on Cedars by David Guterson done 2/13

10. Tlazolteotl is the Aztec goddess of fertility, sex, childbirth & love. She appears in 4 forms that correspond to the moon phases: Read a book where 1 main character is a werewolf.
The Curious Case of the Werewolf That Wasn't, the Mummy That Was, and the Cat in the Jar by Gail Carriger done 2/14

Couldn't get into, so didn't finish The Shadow of Black Wings (The Year of the Dragon, #1) by James Calbraith
Read My Soul to Lose (Soul Screamers, #0.5) by Rachel Vincent , Snow Falling on Cedars by David Guterson , The Curious Case of the Werewolf That Wasn't, the Mummy That Was, and the Cat in the Jar by Gail Carriger , The Ruby Circle (Bloodlines, #6) by Richelle Mead , The Reordering (Signs of the Zodiac, #6.5) by Vicki Pettersson , Rusted Veins (Sabina Kane, #5.5) by Jaye Wells , The Chapel Perilous (The Iron Druid Chronicles, #4.6) by Kevin Hearne


message 6: by Beth (last edited Feb 28, 2015 11:05PM) (new)

Beth February Challenge

10/10 completed

1. Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card - 2/20 ★★★★★

2. Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Haunted by Kelley Armstrong - 2/8 ★★★★

3. Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella - 2/12 ★★★

4. Read a book about shifters.
Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs - 2/10 ★★★

5. Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
Hounded by Kevin Hearne - 2/23 ★★★★

6. Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Once Burned by Jeaniene Frost - 2/14 ★★

7. Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
The Ruby Circle by Richelle Mead - 2/24 ★★

8. Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger - 2/28 ★★★★

9. Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there's some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
What the Chinese Don't Eat by Xinran - 2/1 ★★★

10. Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
Broken by Kelley Armstrong (audio book) - 2/26 ★★★

What the Chinese Don't Eat by Xinran Haunted (Women of the Otherworld #5) by Kelley Armstrong Iron Kissed (Mercy Thompson, #3) by Patricia Briggs Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella Once Burned (Night Prince, #1) by Jeaniene Frost Ender's Game (The Ender Quintet, #1) by Orson Scott Card Hounded (The Iron Druid Chronicles, #1) by Kevin Hearne The Ruby Circle (Bloodlines, #6) by Richelle Mead Broken (Women of the Otherworld, #6) by Kelley Armstrong The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger


message 7: by Alice (last edited Feb 24, 2015 04:32PM) (new)

Alice (thegoodqueen) | 131 comments A little daunting, but I LOVE it; I'm in!

Done 2/24/15!

1. Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty....: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest. Viper Game by Christine Feehan♥♥♥♥

2. Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm. Cursed by Benedict Jacka ♥♥♥♥


3. Inanna was the oldest of the love goddess of the Mesopotamian region....: Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin. The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides ♥♥♥♥

4. Ashtart or Astarte is a Semitic goddess of sexual love, maternity and fertility. She is also a war goddess and is associated with leopards or lions. Sometimes she is two-horned: Read a book about shifters. Wild Fire by Christine Feehan ♥♥♥

5. Venus was the Roman goddess of love and beauty. She was originally an Italic goddess of vegetation and patron of gardens: Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc. The Grendel Affair by Lisa Shearin ♥♥♥

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc. Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost ♥♥♥♥

7. Isis is the Egyptian goddess of magic: Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
Blood Red by Mercedes Lackey ♥♥♥♥

8. Freya was a beautiful Vanir Norse goddess of love, magic, and divination, who was called upon for help in matters of love: Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
A Symphony of Echoes by Jodi Taylor ♥♥♥♥

9. Nügua was primarily a Chinese creator goddess....: Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city. Samurai Game by Christine Feehan ♥♥♥♥


10. Tlazolteotl is the Aztec goddess of fertility, sex, childbirth and love. She appears in four forms that correspond to the phases of the moon: Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
Kitty Steals the Show by Carrie Vaughn ♥♥♥


message 8: by Aminko (new)

Aminko | 48 comments I loved Dragon Bound. I hope you enjoy it just as much.

Drea wrote: "I'm in.
February Challenge
0/10

1. Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Blind Faith
2. Read a book involving d..."



message 9: by Amy (last edited Feb 28, 2015 07:52AM) (new)

Amy | 0 comments PRUF -- February Challenge
9/10 Read

Great challenge!

1. Aphrodite: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest. (Ky - Cassia - Xander)-- Crossed -- 02/03/15

2. Ishtar: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm. -- Unbreakable -- 02/12/15

3. Inanna: Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin. -- Die for Me -- 02/06/15

4. Ashtart or Astarte: Read a book about shifters. -- hellhound shifter -- The Element of Death

5. Venus: Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc. -- Desert Tales: A Wicked Lovely Companion Novel -- 02/04/15

6. Hathor: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc. -- Stolen -- 02/26/15

7. Isis: Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage. -- What Really Happened in Peru -- 02/11/15

8. Freya: Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place. -- Beautiful Creatures -- 02/24/15

9. Nügua: Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city. -- Starcrossed -- 02/10/15

10. Tlazolteotl: Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf. -- Kitty's House of Horrors -- 02/16/15

READ:
Crossed (Matched, #2) by Ally Condie Desert Tales A Wicked Lovely Companion Novel by Melissa Marr Die for Me (Revenants, #1) by Amy Plum Starcrossed (Starcrossed, #1) by Josephine Angelini Unbreakable (The Legion, #1) by Kami Garcia What Really Happened in Peru (The Bane Chronicles, #1) by Cassandra Clare Kitty's House of Horrors (Kitty Norville, #7) by Carrie Vaughn Beautiful Creatures (Caster Chronicles, #1) by Kami Garcia Stolen (Heart of Dread, #2) by Melissa de la Cruz


message 10: by Alice (new)

Alice (thegoodqueen) | 131 comments Ann aka Iftcan wrote: "February Challenge

And, because I loved the work that Belkis did on this one last year (and because it’s just so different) we are repeating the November challenge, but setting it in February wher..."


What's the word on rereads? There's a new Ghostwalkers coming out & it's been so long I have to reread Samurai Game!


message 11: by Larissa (last edited Feb 24, 2015 02:41PM) (new)

Larissa (rissareadsromance) | 50 comments I'm in!
February Challenge 4/10

1. Aphrodite Darkness & Light 2/18 4*
2. Ishtar, Reaver
3. Inanna Call Of The Dragon 2/24 3 1/2*
4. Ashtart or Astarte Heart of Obsidian
5. Venus Seducing Destiny
6. Hathor Firelight
7. Isis Blaze of Secrets 2/22 4*
8. Freya The Dark Highlander 2/4 4*
9. Nügua Already Freakn' Mated
10. Tlazolteotl Hunting Ground


message 12: by Belkis (last edited Mar 10, 2015 08:04PM) (new)

Belkis (bminaya) | 861 comments I'm in :)
February Challenge
9/10 Read


1. Aphrodite: The Young Elites 2/4
2. Ishtar: Enraptured 2/25
3. Inanna: Me Before You 2/1
4. Ashtart: Grim 2/28
5. Venus: The Demon King
6. Hathor: Talon 2/10
7. Isis: The Night Circus 2/13
8. Freya: The Mime Order 2/8
9. Nügua: Fairest 2/6
10. Tlazolteotl: Beyond the Veil 2/27

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes The Young Elites (The Young Elites, #1) by Marie Lu Talon (Talon, #1) by Julie Kagawa Fairest (The Lunar Chronicles, #3.5) by Marissa Meyer The Mime Order (The Bone Season, #2) by Samantha Shannon The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern Enraptured (Eternal Guardians, #4) by Elisabeth Naughton Beyond the Veil (The Grey Wolves, #5) by Quinn Loftis The Demon King (Seven Realms, #1) by Cinda Williams Chima Grim (Tornians, #1) by M.K. Eidem


message 13: by ☀Rachael☀ (last edited Feb 18, 2015 08:40AM) (new)

☀Rachael☀ (jimbunni) February Challenge

1. Aphrodite -- Bound by Flames ---- Jeaniene Frost
2. Ishtar -- Devil's Paw ---- Debra Dunbar
3. Inanna -- Hex Appeal ---- Linda Wisdom
4. Ashtart -- Slimy Underbelly ---- Kevin J. Anderson
5. Venus -- Tooth and Nail ---- Jennifer Safrey
6. Hathor -- Bloodlust ---- Helen Harper
7. Isis -- Cormorant ---- Chuck Wendig
8. Freya -- Crime Seen ---- Victoria Laurie
9. Nügua -- In a Fix ---- Linda Grimes
10. Tlazolteotl -- Blood Work ---- Kim Harrison

10/10
Crime Seen (Psychic Eye Mystery, #5) by Victoria Laurie Bloodlust (Blood Destiny #5) by Helen Harper Slimy Underbelly by Kevin J. Anderson The Cormorant (Miriam Black, #3) by Chuck Wendig Hex Appeal (Hex, #2) by Linda Wisdom Bound by Flames (Night Prince, #3) by Jeaniene Frost Tooth and Nail by Jennifer Safrey In a Fix (In a Fix, #1) by Linda Grimes Devil's Paw (Imp, #4) by Debra Dunbar Blood Work (The Hollows Graphic Novel, #1) by Kim Harrison


message 14: by Flora (last edited Feb 28, 2015 09:42AM) (new)

Flora I'm going to try this one ;-) I've found some books on my TBR list that fit the requirements - just got a few spaces to fill and books to find...

1. Aphrodite - "Heart of Darkness" in Eternal Love: Vampire Romance Boxed Set by Felicity Heaton
2. Ishtar - Darkness Reborn by Stephanie Rowe
3. Inanna - To Hell And Back by H.P. Mallory
4. Ashtart or Astarte - Hunted by a Jaguar by Felicity Heaton
5. Venus - Claiming the Vampire by Chloe Hart
6. Hathor - Whisper Cape by Regan Walsh
7. Isis - Of Swine and Roses by Ilona Andrews
8. Freya - Darkness Dawns by Dianne Duvall
9. Nügua - Shadows and Gold by Elizabeth Hunter
10. Tlazolteotl - Stunner by Trina M. Lee

READ 10/10

Claiming the Vampire (Blood and Absinthe, #3) by Chloe Hart Eternal Love Vampire Romance Boxed Set by Felicity Heaton Hunted by a Jaguar (Eternal Mates #4) by Felicity Heaton Of Swine and Roses by Ilona Andrews Shadows and Gold (Elemental Legacy 0.5) by Elizabeth Hunter To Hell And Back (Lily Harper #3) by H.P. Mallory Darkness Reborn (Order of the Blade #5) by Stephanie Rowe Darkness Dawns (Immortal Guardians, #1) by Dianne Duvall Stunner (Alexa O'Brien, Huntress, #0.75) by Trina M. Lee Whisper Cape (Whisper Cape, #1) by Regan Walsh


message 15: by Tina (new)

Tina Pegar (rainingdaisy) | 149 comments 0/10 Read

1. Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty. In the story of the Trojan War, the Trojan Paris awarded Aphrodite the Apple of Discord after judging her to be the most beautiful of the goddesses. She then sided with the Trojans throughout the war: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.

2. Ishtar the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.

3. Innana was the oldest of the love goddess of the Mesopotamian region. She was a Sumerian goddess of love and war. Although she is regarded as a virgin, Inanna is a goddess responsible for sexual love, procreation, and fertility: Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.

4. Ashtart or Astarte is a Semitic goddess of sexual love, maternity and fertility. She is also a war goddess and is associated with leopards or lions. Sometimes she is two-horned: Read a book about shifters.

5. Venus was the Roman goddess of love and beauty. She was originally an Italic goddess of vegetation and patron of gardens: Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.

7. Isis is the Egyptian goddess of magic: Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.

8. Freya - Sapphire Blue (The Ruby Red Trilogy #2)
by Kerstin Gier

9. Nügua was primarily a Chinese creator goddess, but after she populated the earth, she taught mankind how to procreate, so she wouldn't have to do it for them: Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.

10. Tlazolteotl - Wolf with Benefits (Pride, #8)
by Shelly Laurenston

Wolf with Benefits (Pride, #8) by Shelly Laurenston


message 16: by Felicia (Ferishia) (last edited Jan 29, 2015 08:31PM) (new)

Felicia (Ferishia) (ferishia) | 539 comments 0/10 Read


1. Aphrodite - Darkfire Kiss by Deborah Cooke
2. Ishtar - Prince of Tricks by Jane Kindred
3. Inanna - From Anthology Weddings from Hell, Novella Happily Never After by Jeaniene Frost
4. Ashtart or Astarte - Soul Magic by Poppy Dennison
5. Venus - Wicked Highlander by Donna Grant
6. Hathor - Fury of Fire by Coreene Callahan
7. Isis - Shadow Love: Stalkers by Claudy Conn
8. Freya - Fear the Darkness by Alexandra Ivy
9. Nügua - Chosen by Desire by Kate Perry
10. Tlazolteotl - Accepting the Alpha by J.J. Black


message 17: by Jen (last edited Feb 28, 2015 08:51PM) (new)

Jen (jdaizzy) | 35 comments I'm in!

10/10 Finished!

1. Aphrodite- The Darkest Minds -2/8/15
2. Ishtar- Dark Union -2/10/15
3. Innana- Until I Die -2/13/15
4. Ashtart- Broken -2/28/15
5. Venus- For a Few Demons More -2/22/15
6. Hathor- Bound by Flames -2/2/15
7. Isis- Cursed Moon -2/18/15
8. Freya- Heart of Venom -2/12/15
9. Nügua- Cinder -2/15/15
10. Tlazolteotl- Bound to the Alpha: Part One -2/3/15


The Darkest Minds (The Darkest Minds, #1) by Alexandra Bracken Dark Union (Descent, #3) by S.M. Reine Until I Die (Revenants, #2) by Amy Plum Broken (Women of the Otherworld #6) by Kelley Armstrong For a Few Demons More (The Hollows, #5) by Kim Harrison Bound by Flames (Night Prince, #3) by Jeaniene Frost Cursed Moon (The Prospero's War, #2) by Jaye Wells Heart of Venom (Elemental Assassin, #9) by Jennifer Estep Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, #1) by Marissa Meyer Bound to the Alpha Part One by Viola Rivard


message 18: by Aminko (last edited Feb 15, 2015 07:31AM) (new)

Aminko | 48 comments February Challenge

Probably not the best month to get a slow start :-)

1/10 Read

1. Aphrodite: Daryk Rogue by Denise A. Agnew
2. Ishtar: Entwined by Elisabeth Naughton
3. Innana: Silent Vows by Catherine Bybee
4. Ashtart: Moon Called by Patricia Briggs
5. Venus: Storm Born by Richelle Mead
6. Hathor: What a Dragon Should Know by G. A. Aiken Feb 14, 2015 ★★★★
7. Isis: Silver Bullet by S. M. Reine
8. Freya: Redeeming Vows by Catherine Bybee
9. Nügua: Cinder by Marissa Meyer
10. Tlazolteotl: Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night by Kresley Cole

Daryk Rogue (Daryk World, #2) by Denise A. Agnew Entwined (Eternal Guardians, #2) by Elisabeth Naughton Silent Vows (MacCoinnich Time Travel Trilogy, #2) by Catherine Bybee Moon Called (Mercy Thompson, #1) by Patricia Briggs Storm Born (Dark Swan #1) by Richelle Mead What a Dragon Should Know (Dragon Kin, #3) by G.A. Aiken Silver Bullet (Preternatural Affairs, #2) by S.M. Reine Redeeming Vows (MacCoinnich Time Travel Trilogy, #3) by Catherine Bybee Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, #1) by Marissa Meyer Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night (Immortals After Dark, #4) by Kresley Cole


message 19: by Johanna (last edited Feb 23, 2015 04:09PM) (new)

Johanna Ross Since I finished January's challenge, I might as well try February's as well!

10/10 Read -- DONE

1. Aphrodite Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks 2/2

2. Ishtar Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor 2/14

3. Inanna Virgin River 2/17

4. Ashtart Magic Mourns 2/20

5. Venus Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs 2/9

6. Hathor Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews 2/23

7. Isis Magic Dreams 2/20

8. Freya Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop 2/16

9. Nügua Bone Crossed by Patricia Briggs 2/11

10. Tlazolteotl Bitten by Kelley Armstrong 2/5


February Reads:
Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks Bitten (Women of the Otherworld #1) by Kelley Armstrong Bone Crossed (Mercy Thompson, #4) by Patricia Briggs Iron Kissed (Mercy Thompson, #3) by Patricia Briggs Daughter of Smoke & Bone (Daughter of Smoke & Bone, #1) by Laini Taylor Murder of Crows (The Others, #2) by Anne Bishop Virgin River (Virgin River, #1) by Robyn Carr Magic Mourns (Kate Daniels, #3.5) by Ilona Andrews Magic Dreams (Kate Daniels, #4.5) by Ilona Andrews Burn for Me (Hidden Legacy, #1) by Ilona Andrews


message 20: by Jessica (last edited Jan 31, 2015 06:10AM) (new)

Jessica Bair-Epps | 725 comments I'll try again this month! 0/10

1. Aphrodite: Burned by Karen Marie Moning
2. Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
3. Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
4. Read a book about shifters.
5. Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
6. Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
7. Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
8. Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
9. Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
10. Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.

Burned (Fever, #7) by Karen Marie Moning


message 21: by Irene (last edited Jan 31, 2015 01:12AM) (new)

Irene (irenemikhaylova) | 478 comments Great challenge, I like it!
February Challenge
0/??

1. Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty. In the story of the Trojan War, the Trojan Paris awarded Aphrodite the Apple of Discord after judging her to be the most beautiful of the goddesses. She then sided with the Trojans throughout the war: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost

2. Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Immortal Rider by Larissa Ione

3. Inanna was the oldest of the love goddess of the Mesopotamian region. She was a Sumerian goddess of love and war. Although she is regarded as a virgin, Inanna is a goddess responsible for sexual love, procreation, and fertility: Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
A Date with Dishonor by Mary Brendan

4. Ashtart or Astarte is a Semitic goddess of sexual love, maternity and fertility. She is also a war goddess and is associated with leopards or lions. Sometimes she is two-horned: Read a book about shifters.
Wild Invitation by Nalini Singh

5. Venus was the Roman goddess of love and beauty. She was originally an Italic goddess of vegetation and patron of gardens: Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
Sudden Backtrack by Kim Harrison

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

7. Isis is the Egyptian goddess of magic: Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
The Darkest Touch by Gena Showalter

8. Freya was a beautiful Vanir Norse goddess of love, magic, and divination, who was called upon for help in matters of love: Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
Claimed By Shadow by Karen Chance

9. Nügua was primarily a Chinese creator goddess, but after she populated the earth, she taught mankind how to procreate, so she wouldn't have to do it for them: Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
Biting Bad by Chloe Neill

10. Tlazolteotl is the Aztec goddess of fertility, sex, childbirth and love. She appears in four forms that correspond to the phases of the moon: Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night by Kresley Cole

Bound by Flames (Night Prince, #3) by Jeaniene Frost Immortal Rider (Lords of Deliverance, #2; Demonica, #7) by Larissa Ione A Date with Dishonor by Mary Brendan Wild Invitation (Psy-Changeling, #0.5, 3.5, 9.5, 10.5) by Nalini Singh Sudden Backtrack (The Hollows #13.1) by Kim Harrison Dragon Bound (Elder Races, #1) by Thea Harrison The Darkest Touch (Lords of the Underworld, #11) by Gena Showalter Claimed By Shadow (Cassandra Palmer, #2) by Karen Chance Biting Bad (Chicagoland Vampires, #8) by Chloe Neill Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night (Immortals After Dark, #4) by Kresley Cole


message 22: by Brenda (new)

Brenda Backman | 75 comments 0/10
I'll post as I go

War/Fighting

Demon/Underground

Wedding/Baby/Virgin

Shifter

Fairies/Nymphs

Magic User/Sorcerer

Time Travel/Telling the Future

Asian

Fire Power/Dragons

Werewolf


message 23: by Milamila (last edited Feb 01, 2015 02:12PM) (new)

Milamila | 19 comments Great challenge! I'll give it my best shot :) 0/??

1. Aphrodite: 

2. Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Iced - Karen Marie Moning

3. Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.

4. Read a book about shifters. Stray - Rachel Vincent

5. Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.

6. Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Playing With Fire - Katie MacAlister

7. Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
Hounded - Kevin Hearne

8. Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.

9. Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.

10. Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
Alpha & Omega - Patricia Briggs


Lizz (Beer, Books and Boos) | 280 comments 2/1-2/28/15
2/10

Aphrodite:
Ishtar:
Innana: The Kiss of Deception 2/2
Ashtart:
Venus:
Hathor:
Isis: Throne of Glass 2/1
Freya:
Nügua:
Tlazolteotl:


Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass, #1) by Sarah J. Maas The Kiss of Deception (The Remnant Chronicles, #1) by Mary E. Pearson


message 25: by Irene (new)

Irene (irenemikhaylova) | 478 comments Great challenge, I like it!
February Challenge
1/10

1. Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty. In the story of the Trojan War, the Trojan Paris awarded Aphrodite the Apple of Discord after judging her to be the most beautiful of the goddesses. She then sided with the Trojans throughout the war: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost

2. Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Immortal Rider by Larissa Ione

3. Inanna was the oldest of the love goddess of the Mesopotamian region. She was a Sumerian goddess of love and war. Although she is regarded as a virgin, Inanna is a goddess responsible for sexual love, procreation, and fertility: Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
A Date with Dishonor by Mary Brendan

4. Ashtart or Astarte is a Semitic goddess of sexual love, maternity and fertility. She is also a war goddess and is associated with leopards or lions. Sometimes she is two-horned: Read a book about shifters.
Wild Invitation by Nalini Singh

5. Venus was the Roman goddess of love and beauty. She was originally an Italic goddess of vegetation and patron of gardens: Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
Sudden Backtrack by Kim Harrison

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

7. Isis is the Egyptian goddess of magic: Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
The Darkest Touch by Gena Showalter 03/02/2015 ★★★★★

8. Freya was a beautiful Vanir Norse goddess of love, magic, and divination, who was called upon for help in matters of love: Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
Claimed By Shadow by Karen Chance

9. Nügua was primarily a Chinese creator goddess, but after she populated the earth, she taught mankind how to procreate, so she wouldn't have to do it for them: Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
Biting Bad by Chloe Neill

10. Tlazolteotl is the Aztec goddess of fertility, sex, childbirth and love. She appears in four forms that correspond to the phases of the moon: Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night by Kresley Cole

Bound by Flames (Night Prince, #3) by Jeaniene Frost Immortal Rider (Lords of Deliverance, #2; Demonica, #7) by Larissa Ione A Date with Dishonor by Mary Brendan Wild Invitation (Psy-Changeling, #0.5, 3.5, 9.5, 10.5) by Nalini Singh Sudden Backtrack (The Hollows #13.1) by Kim Harrison Dragon Bound (Elder Races, #1) by Thea Harrison The Darkest Touch (Lords of the Underworld, #11) by Gena Showalter Claimed By Shadow (Cassandra Palmer, #2) by Karen Chance Biting Bad (Chicagoland Vampires, #8) by Chloe Neill Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night (Immortals After Dark, #4) by Kresley Cole


message 26: by Jessica (last edited Feb 03, 2015 03:00PM) (new)

Jessica Bair-Epps | 725 comments I'll try again this month! 1/10

1. Aphrodite: Burned by Karen Marie Moning 2/2
2. Ishtar: Minion by L.A. Banks
3. Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
4. Read a book about shifters.
5. Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
6. Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
7. Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
8. Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
9. Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
10. Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.

Burned (Fever, #7) by Karen Marie Moning Minion (Vampire Huntress Legend, #1) by L.A. Banks


message 27: by Irene (last edited Feb 04, 2015 03:44AM) (new)

Irene (irenemikhaylova) | 478 comments February Challenge - Goddesses
3/10

1. Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty. In the story of the Trojan War, the Trojan Paris awarded Aphrodite the Apple of Discord after judging her to be the most beautiful of the goddesses. She then sided with the Trojans throughout the war: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost

2. Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Immortal Rider by Larissa Ione

3. Inanna was the oldest of the love goddess of the Mesopotamian region. She was a Sumerian goddess of love and war. Although she is regarded as a virgin, Inanna is a goddess responsible for sexual love, procreation, and fertility: Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
A Date with Dishonor by Mary Brendan 04/02/2015 ★★★★

4. Ashtart or Astarte is a Semitic goddess of sexual love, maternity and fertility. She is also a war goddess and is associated with leopards or lions. Sometimes she is two-horned: Read a book about shifters.
Wild Invitation by Nalini Singh

5. Venus was the Roman goddess of love and beauty. She was originally an Italic goddess of vegetation and patron of gardens: Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
Sudden Backtrack by Kim Harrison 04/02/2015 ★★★★★

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

7. Isis is the Egyptian goddess of magic: Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
The Darkest Touch by Gena Showalter 03/02/2015 ★★★★★

8. Freya was a beautiful Vanir Norse goddess of love, magic, and divination, who was called upon for help in matters of love: Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
Claimed By Shadow by Karen Chance

9. Nügua was primarily a Chinese creator goddess, but after she populated the earth, she taught mankind how to procreate, so she wouldn't have to do it for them: Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
Biting Bad by Chloe Neill

10. Tlazolteotl is the Aztec goddess of fertility, sex, childbirth and love. She appears in four forms that correspond to the phases of the moon: Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night by Kresley Cole

Bound by Flames (Night Prince, #3) by Jeaniene Frost Immortal Rider (Lords of Deliverance, #2; Demonica, #7) by Larissa Ione A Date with Dishonor by Mary Brendan Wild Invitation (Psy-Changeling, #0.5, 3.5, 9.5, 10.5) by Nalini Singh Sudden Backtrack (The Hollows #13.1) by Kim Harrison Dragon Bound (Elder Races, #1) by Thea Harrison The Darkest Touch (Lords of the Underworld, #11) by Gena Showalter Claimed By Shadow (Cassandra Palmer, #2) by Karen Chance Biting Bad (Chicagoland Vampires, #8) by Chloe Neill Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night (Immortals After Dark, #4) by Kresley Cole


message 28: by Johnnie (new)

Johnnie (johnnieleigh) | 1 comments I am in! I'll post when I find my books!


message 29: by Suzanne (last edited Feb 27, 2015 08:29AM) (new)

Suzanne (esmerelda1) | 61 comments Paranormal Romance & Urban Fantasy
February challenge 2015
Duration:
2/1/2015 - 2/28/2015

Progress: 10 out of 10

1. Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty. In the story of the Trojan War, the Trojan Paris awarded Aphrodite the Apple of Discord after judging her to be the most beautiful of the goddesses. She then sided with the Trojans throughout the war: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin - ***** - 2/1/2015 - War in the Story

2. Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Days of Blood & Starlight by Laini Taylor - ***** - 2/25/2015

3. Inanna was the oldest of the love goddess of the Mesopotamian region. She was a Sumerian goddess of love and war. Although she is regarded as a virgin, Inanna is a goddess responsible for sexual love, procreation, and fertility: Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
Nefertiti by Michelle Moran - *** - 2/26/2015 - Wedding and Babies

4. Ashtart or Astarte is a Semitic goddess of sexual love, maternity and fertility. She is also a war goddess and is associated with leopards or lions. Sometimes she is two-horned: Read a book about shifters.
Magic Breaks by Ilona Andrews - ***** - 2/24/2015

5. Venus was the Roman goddess of love and beauty. She was originally an Italic goddess of vegetation and patron of gardens: Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
Night Myst by Yasmine Galenorn - ***** - 2/23/2015

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Stormwalker by Allyson James - ***** - 2/21/2015

7. Isis is the Egyptian goddess of magic: Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage:
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern - **** - 2/22/2015 - 387 Pages

8. Freya was a beautiful Vanir Norse goddess of love, magic, and divination, who was called upon for help in matters of love: Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
Dragonfly in Amber by Diana Gabaldon - ***** - 2/20/2015

9. Nügua was primarily a Chinese creator goddess, but after she populated the earth, she taught mankind how to procreate, so she wouldn't have to do it for them: Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan - ***** - 2/19/2015

10. Tlazolteotl is the Aztec goddess of fertility, sex, childbirth and love. She appears in four forms that correspond to the phases of the moon: Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
And again, thanks for all your hard work Belkis

Written in Red by Anne Bishop - ***** - 2/18/2015

A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1) by George R.R. Martin The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern Nefertiti by Michelle Moran Days of Blood & Starlight (Daughter of Smoke & Bone, #2) by Laini Taylor Written in Red (The Others, #1) by Anne Bishop Night Myst (Indigo Court, #1) by Yasmine Galenorn Stormwalker (Stormwalker, #1) by Allyson James Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander, #2) by Diana Gabaldon The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan Magic Breaks (Kate Daniels, #7) by Ilona Andrews


Felicia (Ferishia) (ferishia) | 539 comments 1/10 Read


1. Aphrodite - Darkfire Kiss by Deborah Cooke
2. Ishtar - Prince of Tricks by Jane Kindred
3. Inanna - From Anthology Weddings from Hell, Novella Happily Never After by Jeaniene Frost
4. Ashtart or Astarte - Soul Magic by Poppy Dennison
5. Venus - Wicked Highlander by Donna Grant
6. Hathor - Fury of Fire by Coreene Callahan
7. Isis - Shadow Love: Stalkers by Claudy Conn
8. Freya - Fear the Darkness by Alexandra Ivy
9. Nügua - Chosen by Desire by Kate Perry
10. Tlazolteotl - Accepting the Alpha by J.J. Black 2/4

READ:

Accepting the Alpha (Great Lakes Wolves, #1) by J.J. Black


message 31: by Irene (new)

Irene (irenemikhaylova) | 478 comments February Challenge - Goddesses
4/10

1. Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty. In the story of the Trojan War, the Trojan Paris awarded Aphrodite the Apple of Discord after judging her to be the most beautiful of the goddesses. She then sided with the Trojans throughout the war: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost

2. Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Immortal Rider by Larissa Ione

3. Inanna: A Date with Dishonor by Mary Brendan 04/02/2015 ★★★★

4. Ashtart or Astarte is a Semitic goddess of sexual love, maternity and fertility. She is also a war goddess and is associated with leopards or lions. Sometimes she is two-horned: Read a book about shifters.
Wild Invitation by Nalini Singh

5. Venus: Sudden Backtrack by Kim Harrison 04/02/2015 ★★★★★

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

7. Isis: The Darkest Touch by Gena Showalter 03/02/2015 ★★★★★

8. Freya: Claimed By Shadow by Karen Chance 06/02/2015 ★★★★★

9. Nügua was primarily a Chinese creator goddess, but after she populated the earth, she taught mankind how to procreate, so she wouldn't have to do it for them: Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
Biting Bad by Chloe Neill

10. Tlazolteotl is the Aztec goddess of fertility, sex, childbirth and love. She appears in four forms that correspond to the phases of the moon: Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night by Kresley Cole

Bound by Flames (Night Prince, #3) by Jeaniene Frost Immortal Rider (Lords of Deliverance, #2; Demonica, #7) by Larissa Ione A Date with Dishonor by Mary Brendan Wild Invitation (Psy-Changeling, #0.5, 3.5, 9.5, 10.5) by Nalini Singh Sudden Backtrack (The Hollows #13.1) by Kim Harrison Dragon Bound (Elder Races, #1) by Thea Harrison The Darkest Touch (Lords of the Underworld, #11) by Gena Showalter Claimed By Shadow (Cassandra Palmer, #2) by Karen Chance Biting Bad (Chicagoland Vampires, #8) by Chloe Neill Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night (Immortals After Dark, #4) by Kresley Cole


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Drea February Challenge
1/10

1. Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Dark Skye ★★★★ 2/5/15
2. Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Enraptured
3. Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
Dragon Bound
4. Read a book about shifters.
Wild Cat
5. Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
Quicksilver
6. Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Light My Fire
7. Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
Atlantis Awakening
8. Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
Lost Highlander
9. Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
Shadow Cat
10. Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
The Wolf Within

Dark Skye (Immortals After Dark #14) by Kresley Cole Enraptured (Eternal Guardians, #4) by Elisabeth Naughton Dragon Bound (Elder Races, #1) by Thea Harrison Wild Cat (Shifters Unbound, #3) by Jennifer Ashley Quicksilver (Hungry Moon, #1) by Claudy Conn Light My Fire (Dragon Kin, #7) by G.A. Aiken Atlantis Awakening (Warriors of Poseidon, #2) by Alyssa Day Lost Highlander by Cassidy Cayman Shadow Cat by Reena Jacobs The Wolf Within (Purgatory, #1) by Cynthia Eden


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Brenda Backman | 75 comments 2/10
Aphrodite
done Ishtar Darkest Touch
Inanna
Ashtart
done Venus Darkfever
Isis
Freya
Nugua
Hathor
Tlazolteotl


Felicia (Ferishia) (ferishia) | 539 comments 2/10 Read


1. Aphrodite - Darkfire Kiss by Deborah Cooke
2. Ishtar - Prince of Tricks by Jane Kindred
3. Inanna - From Anthology Weddings from Hell, Novella Happily Never After by Jeaniene Frost
4. Ashtart or Astarte - Soul Magic by Poppy Dennison 2/7
5. Venus - Wicked Highlander by Donna Grant
6. Hathor - Fury of Fire by Coreene Callahan
7. Isis - Shadow Love: Stalkers by Claudy Conn
8. Freya - Fear the Darkness by Alexandra Ivy
9. Nügua - Chosen by Desire by Kate Perry
10. Tlazolteotl - Accepting the Alpha by J.J. Black 2/4

READ:

Accepting the Alpha (Great Lakes Wolves, #1) by J.J. Black Soul Magic (Triad, #3) by Poppy Dennison


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message 36: by Drea (last edited Feb 08, 2015 08:42PM) (new)

Drea February Challenge
2/10

1. Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Dark Skye ★★★★ 2/5/15
2. Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Enraptured
3. Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
Dragon Bound
4. Read a book about shifters.
Wild Cat ★★★★ 2/8/15
5. Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
Quicksilver
6. Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Light My Fire
7. Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
Atlantis Awakening
8. Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
Lost Highlander
9. Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
Shadow Cat
10. Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
The Wolf Within

Dark Skye (Immortals After Dark #14) by Kresley Cole Enraptured (Eternal Guardians, #4) by Elisabeth Naughton Dragon Bound (Elder Races, #1) by Thea Harrison Wild Cat (Shifters Unbound, #3) by Jennifer Ashley Quicksilver (Hungry Moon, #1) by Claudy Conn Light My Fire (Dragon Kin, #7) by G.A. Aiken Atlantis Awakening (Warriors of Poseidon, #2) by Alyssa Day Lost Highlander by Cassidy Cayman Shadow Cat by Reena Jacobs The Wolf Within (Purgatory, #1) by Cynthia Eden


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Irene (irenemikhaylova) | 478 comments February Challenge - Goddesses
5/10

1. Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty. In the story of the Trojan War, the Trojan Paris awarded Aphrodite the Apple of Discord after judging her to be the most beautiful of the goddesses. She then sided with the Trojans throughout the war: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost

2. Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Immortal Rider by Larissa Ione

3. Inanna: A Date with Dishonor by Mary Brendan 04/02/2015 ★★★★

4. Ashtart or Astarte is a Semitic goddess of sexual love, maternity and fertility. She is also a war goddess and is associated with leopards or lions. Sometimes she is two-horned: Read a book about shifters.
Wild Invitation by Nalini Singh

5. Venus: Sudden Backtrack by Kim Harrison 04/02/2015 ★★★★★

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

7. Isis: The Darkest Touch by Gena Showalter 03/02/2015 ★★★★★

8. Freya: Claimed By Shadow by Karen Chance 06/02/2015 ★★★★★

9. Nügua: Biting Bad by Chloe Neill 09/02/2015 ★★★★

10. Tlazolteotl is the Aztec goddess of fertility, sex, childbirth and love. She appears in four forms that correspond to the phases of the moon: Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night by Kresley Cole

Bound by Flames (Night Prince, #3) by Jeaniene Frost Immortal Rider (Lords of Deliverance, #2; Demonica, #7) by Larissa Ione A Date with Dishonor by Mary Brendan Wild Invitation (Psy-Changeling, #0.5, 3.5, 9.5, 10.5) by Nalini Singh Sudden Backtrack (The Hollows #13.1) by Kim Harrison Dragon Bound (Elder Races, #1) by Thea Harrison The Darkest Touch (Lords of the Underworld, #11) by Gena Showalter Claimed By Shadow (Cassandra Palmer, #2) by Karen Chance Biting Bad (Chicagoland Vampires, #8) by Chloe Neill Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night (Immortals After Dark, #4) by Kresley Cole


message 38: by Grace (last edited Feb 25, 2015 01:31AM) (new)

Grace (Calcat) | 99 comments Done 10/10

1.Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty. In the story of the Trojan War, the Trojan Paris awarded Aphrodite the Apple of Discord after judging her to be the most beautiful of the goddesses. She then sided with the Trojans throughout the war: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Rise & Fall 2nd Feb 2015
2. Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Seventh Grave and No Body 5th Feb 2015
3. Inanna was the oldest of the love goddess of the Mesopotamian region. She was a Sumerian goddess of love and war. Although she is regarded as a virgin, Inanna is a goddess responsible for sexual love, procreation, and fertility: Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
The Immortal Highlander 3rd Feb 2015
4. Ashtart or Astarte is a Semitic goddess of sexual love, maternity and fertility. She is also a war goddess and is associated with leopards or lions. Sometimes she is two-horned: Read a book about shifters.
Bunny and the Bear 1st Feb 2015

5. Venus was the Roman goddess of love and beauty. She was originally an Italic goddess of vegetation and patron of gardens: Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.

Blood on the Bayou 9th Feb 2015

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Bound by Flames 2nd Feb 2015

7. Isis is the Egyptian goddess of magic: Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
Flight of Magpies 6th Feb 2015

8. Freya was a beautiful Vanir Norse goddess of love, magic, and divination, who was called upon for help in matters of love: Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
The Space Between 6th Feb 2015
9. Nügua was primarily a Chinese creator goddess, but after she populated the earth, she taught mankind how to procreate, so she wouldn't have to do it for them: Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
Shadows and Gold 4th Feb 2015

10. Tlazolteotl is the Aztec goddess of fertility, sex, childbirth and love. She appears in four forms that correspond to the phases of the moon: Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
Timeless 5th Feb 2015

Rise & Fall (THIRDS, #4) by Charlie Cochet Seventh Grave and No Body (Charley Davidson, #7) by Darynda Jones The Immortal Highlander (Highlander, #6) by Karen Marie Moning Bunny and the Bear (Furry United Coalition, #1) by Eve Langlais Blood on the Bayou (Annabelle Lee, #2) by Stacey Jay Bound by Flames (Night Prince, #3) by Jeaniene Frost Flight of Magpies (A Charm of Magpies, #3) by K.J. Charles The Space Between (Outlander, #7.5) by Diana Gabaldon Shadows and Gold (Elemental Legacy 0.5) by Elizabeth Hunter Timeless (Parasol Protectorate, #5) by Gail Carriger


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Irene (irenemikhaylova) | 478 comments Wow, this is fast!


message 40: by Drea (new)

Drea February Challenge
3/10

1. Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Dark Skye ★★★★ 2/5/15
2. Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Enraptured
3. Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
Dragon Bound
4. Read a book about shifters.
Wild Cat ★★★★ 2/8/15
5. Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
Quicksilver
6. Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Light My Fire
7. Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
Atlantis Awakening
8. Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
Lost Highlander ★★ 2/10/15
9. Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
Shadow Cat
10. Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
The Wolf Within

Dark Skye (Immortals After Dark #14) by Kresley Cole Enraptured (Eternal Guardians, #4) by Elisabeth Naughton Dragon Bound (Elder Races, #1) by Thea Harrison Wild Cat (Shifters Unbound, #3) by Jennifer Ashley Quicksilver (Hungry Moon, #1) by Claudy Conn Light My Fire (Dragon Kin, #7) by G.A. Aiken Atlantis Awakening (Warriors of Poseidon, #2) by Alyssa Day Lost Highlander by Cassidy Cayman Shadow Cat by Reena Jacobs The Wolf Within (Purgatory, #1) by Cynthia Eden


message 41: by Cas ❦ (new)

Cas ❦ (rowangalathynius) 1.Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.

2. Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.

3. Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.

4. Read a book about shifters. Banewolf (Dark Siren, #2) by Eden Ashley

5. Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.

6. Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.

7. Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.

8. Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.

9. Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.

10. Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf. Blood Chained (Dark Siren, #3) by Eden Ashley

Wil post more. :)


message 42: by Cas ❦ (new)

Cas ❦ (rowangalathynius) Question- can the same book fit in two areas, or only one?


message 43: by Irene (new)

Irene (irenemikhaylova) | 478 comments Rose wrote: "Question- can the same book fit in two areas, or only one?"

I guess it may fit but you can use it only once.


message 44: by Irene (new)

Irene (irenemikhaylova) | 478 comments February Challenge - Goddesses
6/10

1. Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and beauty. In the story of the Trojan War, the Trojan Paris awarded Aphrodite the Apple of Discord after judging her to be the most beautiful of the goddesses. She then sided with the Trojans throughout the war: Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost

2. Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love, procreation, and war. When the love of her life, the farm god Tammuz, died, she followed him to the Underworld: Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
Immortal Rider by Larissa Ione

3. Inanna: A Date with Dishonor by Mary Brendan 04/02/2015 ★★★★

4. Astarte: Wild Invitation by Nalini Singh 13/02/2015 ♫♫♫♫♫

5. Venus: Sudden Backtrack by Kim Harrison 04/02/2015 ★★★★★

6. Hathor is an Egyptian goddess who sometimes wears a sun disk with horns on her head: Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

7. Isis: The Darkest Touch by Gena Showalter 03/02/2015 ★★★★★

8. Freya: Claimed By Shadow by Karen Chance 06/02/2015 ★★★★★

9. Nügua: Biting Bad by Chloe Neill 09/02/2015 ★★★★

10. Tlazolteotl is the Aztec goddess of fertility, sex, childbirth and love. She appears in four forms that correspond to the phases of the moon: Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night by Kresley Cole

Bound by Flames (Night Prince, #3) by Jeaniene Frost Immortal Rider (Lords of Deliverance, #2; Demonica, #7) by Larissa Ione A Date with Dishonor by Mary Brendan Wild Invitation (Psy-Changeling, #0.5, 3.5, 9.5, 10.5) by Nalini Singh Sudden Backtrack (The Hollows #13.1) by Kim Harrison Dragon Bound (Elder Races, #1) by Thea Harrison The Darkest Touch (Lords of the Underworld, #11) by Gena Showalter Claimed By Shadow (Cassandra Palmer, #2) by Karen Chance Biting Bad (Chicagoland Vampires, #8) by Chloe Neill Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night (Immortals After Dark, #4) by Kresley Cole


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Jessica Bair-Epps | 725 comments I'll try again this month! 2/10

1. Aphrodite: Burned by Karen Marie Moning 2/2
2. Ishtar: Minion by L.A. Banks 2/13
3. Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
4. Astarte: Sinner by Maggie Stiefvater
5. Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
6. Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
7. Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
8. Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
9. Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
10. Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.

Burned (Fever, #7) by Karen Marie Moning Minion (Vampire Huntress Legend, #1) by L.A. Banks Sinner (The Wolves of Mercy Falls, #4) by Maggie Stiefvater


Lacy♪ ♫Movements of a Demigod ♪ ♫ (lb3553) | 238 comments February's Goddess Challenge
6/10 Completed


1. Aphrodite (War)- Undivided by Neal Shusterman 2/8/2015 ****
2. Ishtar (Demon)- Haunted by Kelley Armstrong
3. Inanna (Wedding)- Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison
4. Ashtart (Shifters)- Bone Crossed by Patricia Briggs
5. Venus (Fae)- The Secret Trinity by Jenna Berel 2/13/2015 ****
6. Hathor (Dragon Shifter)-Talon by Julie Kagawa 2/13/2015 *****
7. Isis(Magic)- Descension by B.C. Burgess 2/10/2015 ****
8. Freya (Time Travel)- Marking Time by April White
9. Nügua (Asian)- Fairest by Marissa Meyer 2/2/2015 *****
10. Tlazolteotl (Werewolf)- Hemlock by Kathleen Peacock 2/4/2015 ****


message 47: by Drea (last edited Feb 16, 2015 09:12PM) (new)

Drea February Challenge
5/10

1. Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Dark Skye ★★★★ 2/5/15
2. Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
The Demon Of Synar ★★★ 2/16/15
3. Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
Dragon Bound
4. Read a book about shifters.
Wild Cat ★★★★ 2/8/15
5. Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
Quicksilver
6. Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Light My Fire
7. Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
Atlantis Awakening
8. Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
Lost Highlander ★★ 2/10/15
9. Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
Enhanced ★★★★★ 2/15/15
10. Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
The Wolf Within

Dark Skye (Immortals After Dark #14) by Kresley Cole The Demon Of Synar (Forced To Serve, #1) by Donna McDonald Dragon Bound (Elder Races, #1) by Thea Harrison Wild Cat (Shifters Unbound, #3) by Jennifer Ashley Quicksilver (Hungry Moon, #1) by Claudy Conn Light My Fire (Dragon Kin, #7) by G.A. Aiken Atlantis Awakening (Warriors of Poseidon, #2) by Alyssa Day Lost Highlander by Cassidy Cayman Enhanced (Brides of the Kindred, #12) by Evangeline Anderson The Wolf Within (Purgatory, #1) by Cynthia Eden ]


message 48: by Jessica (last edited Feb 16, 2015 11:37AM) (new)

Jessica Bair-Epps | 725 comments I'll try again this month! 3/10

1. Aphrodite: Burned by Karen Marie Moning 2/2
2. Ishtar: Minion by L.A. Banks 2/13
3. Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
4. Astarte: The Guardian by Sherrilyn Kenyon
5. Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
6. Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
7. Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
8. Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
9. Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
10. Tlazolteotl: Sinner by Maggie Stiefvater 2/16

Burned (Fever, #7) by Karen Marie Moning Minion (Vampire Huntress Legend, #1) by L.A. Banks The Guardian (Dream-Hunter, #5; Were-Hunter, #6) by Sherrilyn Kenyon Sinner (The Wolves of Mercy Falls, #4) by Maggie Stiefvater


Lizz (Beer, Books and Boos) | 280 comments 2/1-2/28/15
3/10

Aphrodite:
Ishtar:
Innana: The Kiss of Deception 2/2
Ashtart:
Venus: Nameless 2/8
Hathor:
Isis: Throne of Glass 2/1
Freya:
Nügua:
Tlazolteotl:

Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass, #1) by Sarah J. Maas The Kiss of Deception (The Remnant Chronicles, #1) by Mary E. Pearson Nameless (Tales of Beauty & Madness, #1) by Lili St. Crow


message 50: by Drea (last edited Feb 18, 2015 10:49AM) (new)

Drea February Challenge
6/10

1. Read a book where a war or battle takes place, or a book where main characters fight over a love interest.
Dark Skye ★★★★ 2/5/15
2. Read a book involving demons or a book where at least part of the story takes place in an underground realm.
The Demon Of Synar ★★ 2/16/15
3. Read a book where a wedding takes place, or where someone is having a baby, or a book where one of the characters is a virgin.
Dragon Bound
4. Read a book about shifters.
Wild Cat ★★★★ 2/8/15
5. Read a book involving any woodland creatures, Fairies, Elves, Fae, Dryads, Satyrs, Gnomes, Nymphs, etc.
Quicksilver
6. Read a book where a main character has powers similar to the sun, some sort of fire power or pyrokinetics, dragon shifter, fire demon, etc.
Her Dragon To Slay
7. Read a book where a main character is some kind of magic user, spellcaster, sorcerer, or mage.
Wanted by the Alphas ★★★ 2/18/15
8. Read a book where a character has the power of divination or foretelling the future or a book where at least part of the story involves time traveling to another time or place.
Lost Highlander ★★ 2/10/15
9. Read a book where at least one character is of Asian descent, or a book where there’s some sort of Asian martial arts fighting, or a book where part of the story takes place in an Asian named place or city.
Enhanced ★★★★★ 2/15/15
10. Read a book where at least one main character is a werewolf.
The Wolf Within

Dark Skye (Immortals After Dark #14) by Kresley Cole The Demon Of Synar (Forced To Serve, #1) by Donna McDonald Dragon Bound (Elder Races, #1) by Thea Harrison Wild Cat (Shifters Unbound, #3) by Jennifer Ashley Quicksilver (Hungry Moon, #1) by Claudy Conn Her Dragon To Slay (Dragon Guards, #1) by Julia Mills Wanted by the Alphas by Dawn Steele Lost Highlander by Cassidy Cayman Enhanced (Brides of the Kindred, #12) by Evangeline Anderson The Wolf Within (Purgatory, #1) by Cynthia Eden


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