Apparently I read more than I thought in 2012. What this tends to mean is that I enjoyed all the books I read and didn't have any periods where I didn't feel like reading the book I was reading, so I didn't read.
So here's the list, in largely chronological order with a few comments thrown in.
Shadow Heir Richelle Mead
Started the year by finishing off the Eugenie Markham series. I liked this series a whole lot more than I expected, and I'm happy to see it end with the possibility of a future return to this world.
One Grave at a Time Jeaniene Frost
Still liking this series, but I'm not actively seeking them out and I've skipped all the spin-offs. If there are more in this series, I'll probably read them.
Eye of the Tempest Nicole Peeler
Find myself getting a little bored with Jane and her friends. I bought the next book in the series, and it's been sitting on my Kindle for months.
Unholy Ghosts Stacia Kane
Unholy Magic Stacia Kane
City of Ghosts Stacia Kane
Found this series this year and wow! I just love this world, even though it's a tad ridiculous and I think my mind has blacked out the whole Puritan garb for some of the characters, but I can't wait for more. Unfortunately, I'll have to as there's no book scheduled for this year so far.
Working Stiff: A Revivalist Novel Rachel Caine
Enjoyable, but mostly for the presence of two characters from an earlier series.
Bite Club Rachel Caine
Liked this a lot. This series had been in somewhat of a slump, but lately it's been good.
A Perfect Blood Kim Harrison
I'm so not looking forward to this series ending. Every book has been a highlight in my reading year.
Nice Girls Don't Bite Their Neighbors Molly Harper
Molly harper isn't really an author I'd expect to like, but her stuff consitently amuses me. I'll defnitely try to read whatever comes out about Half-Moon Hollow.
Unbroken: Outcast Season: Book Four Rachel Caine
So glad to see this series end. This book was hard to read, mostly because so much of it was a retelling of events from the Weather Warden series from a different perspective. It just ended up confusing and uncomfortable.
Sacrificial Magic Stacia Kane
Kept reading this series and continued to enjoy it.
Last Breath Rachel Caine
Another decent installment in the Morganville series.
Deadlocked Charlaine Harris
I'm still liking this, although from the reviews I see I might be the only one.
Finding Magic Stacia Kane
Home Stacia Kane
More Stacia Kane. These weren't full novels, but still worth reading.
Driving Mr. Dead Molly Harper
Keeping my promise to read more from Half-Moon Hollow.
Chasing Magic Stacia Kane
The last Stacia Kane for the year. Might have to read the Megan Putnam series next year if nothing new comes out in this.
Black Dawn Rachel Caine
Another good Morganville book.
The Golden Lily Richelle Mead
I liked The Vampire Academy books, but I may like this series better. I'll totally read anything Richelle Mead writes.
The Hunger Games Suzanne Collins
Not sure why I didn't get around to this sooner. It's a decent book. I probably need to see the movie at some point.
Red-Headed Stepchild Jaye Wells
Another series I've been aware of forever but never read. I totally love this series. I didn't actually read this until later in the year, and I'm starting next year by finishing off the series.
The Care and Feeding of Stray Vampires Molly Harper
Another Half-Moon Hollow book. I really like her main characters.
Catching Fire Suzanne Collins
Not as good as the first, but still a fun read.
Two Weeks Notice: A Revivalist Novel Rachel Caine
A great second novel in the series. I'm a little worried that the main character might be getting a little too powerful, but I'm willing to see where it goes.
Mockingjay Suzanne Collins
I'm dying to see what a muddled mess of a movie this will turn out to be. Not a huge fan of this book.
The Racketeer John Grisham
It's like November at this point and I finally read a novel written by a male author. I love Grisham's lawyer books. I could read three of them a year, but unfortunately I only get one at the most.
Cold Days Jim Butcher
Another male author! What's Jim Butcher doing these days? Why are we getting so few books from him?
Bitter Blood Rachel Caine
Yet another Morganville book. I like that this sets up the next book being set outside of Morganville. I hope that promise is fulfilled.