1) House of Night by PC Cast
I really enjoyed the first couple of books from this series. But after a while, I just got tired of Zoe stringing along every.single.guy.in.the.series. Plus the timeline doesn’t make sense. School just started like a week ago by book what, 50?
2) In Death Series by JD Robb
This is my go to series when I run out of books, but I have a hard time keeping up with books I’ve read versus books I haven’t. Pretty formulaic, but the biggest reason I haven’t finished this series because new books come out all time time
3) Morganville Vampires by Rachel Caine
I actually really enjoyed this series, but the books are so expensive and it’s such a short read, that when a plot line ended and a new one picked up (around book 11 I believe) I took that opportunity to stop reading the series.
4) Dragonlance by Margaret Weiss and Tracey Hickman
Lets face it, awesome series but there is no way anyone will ever have enough time to finish every single book in it. I made a point to read any new ones by the big two writers of it (see above) but they took a super long break between trilogies (multiple years) and I haven’t picked it back up yet
5) The Hollows by Kim Harrison
I like this series, I just haven’t gotten back to it since Pale Demon. I’m so far behind on all my reading
6) Anita Blake by Laurel K Hamilton
I read the first of this, and it was… I’m just not an erotica reader. That’s all.
7) Parker Blue’s bite me series
I really liked the first book. I would have liked the second book, except that they did this thing with internal dialogue WHERE WHEN A TELEPATHIC CHARACTER SPOKE IT WAS ALWAYS IN ALL CAPS. EVERY SINGLE LINE OF SPEACH FROM THIS ONE CHARACTER WAS WRITTEN LIKE THIS. IT WAS VERY JARRING.
I couldn’t finish the book, so I can’t finish the series. Which is such a shame because it was SO good
8) Evermore by Alyson Noel
I really couldn’t get into this series. It made no sense to me. I don’t know what kind of mental barrier I hit, it sounded interesting, but it just… I couldn’t understand the characters or their motivation.
9) True Blood by Charlaine Harris
I really like Mrs. Harris, her Shakespeare town series is awesome. I just couldn’t get past the first book for this one. I know, I’m a traitor to all poplar fiction.
10) So you want to be a wizard by Diane Duane
One of my favorite childhood series came out with a few books many many many many years after Wizards at War. I just haven’t picked it back up yet.