The year is off to a decent start in terms of number of books read, if not in "new" books read (designated with an *).
1 This Rough Magic* by Mary Stewart. Very enjoyable romantic suspense novel set on Corfu and heavily referencing "The Tempest."
2 Breath of Fire* by Amanda Bouchet. High fantasy based on Greek mythology. Action-packed and entertaining, and none of the good guys die.
3 Loving a Lost Lord, by Mary Jo Putney. Re-reading this thanks to a sale bundle of the series.
4 Never Less than a Lady* by Mary Jo Putney. I think I missed this one before. These first two are just okay.
5 Nowhere Near Respectable, by Mary Jo Putney. The romance in this one I had largely forgotten, but the action-packed denouement involving a bomb at Parliament was familiar and fun. More interesting protagonists here.
6 No Longer a Gentleman* by Mary Jo Putney. I'm sure I would have remembered a grenade-throwing assault on a French castle, so this one must be new to me. Also with interesting protagonists.
7 Sometimes a Rogue* by Mary Jo Putney. Definitely had not read this one, it's more action and suspense than romance, and gives the heroine a lot to do. She is great, the hero a little less so.
8 Not Quite a Wife* by Mary Jo Putney. Really overdone mayhem in this one, the series as a whole is heavy on women in jeopardy.
9 Not Always a Saint, by Mary Jo Putney. Another trauma and violence-filled story. I found myself mentally editing the last two.
9.5 Imprinted* by Jim C. Hines. A novella in the Magic Ex Libris series, in which a young bibliomancer engages with what seems at first to be a magical attack, and turns out to be an alien first contact.
10 Salvation in Death, by J.D. Robb. In which a priest is killed and turns out to have been a gangster in disguise. Loads of good procedural work in this one.
11 First Impressions* by Charlie Lovett. A literary mystery with plenty of romance and a happy ending, involving Jane Austen. Much enjoyed.
Odd format is courtesy of Typepad which is now forcing a numbered-list format if you use a numeral followed by a period. I really am not a fan of forced formatting. Just for the record.