All Mortal Flesh: A Clare Fergusson and Russ Van Alstyne Mystery - Julia Spencer-Fleming Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban  - J.K. Rowling Married With Zombies - Jesse Petersen The Informationist - Taylor Stevens A Lot like Love - Julie James

Day 04: Favorite book of your favorite series.


Super late, mostly because the ability to edit with the iPad is inconsistent. =/


I think I actually kind of answered today's challenge in yesterday's challenge post. Oh well. I'll do one for each series I listed yesterday.


All Mortal Flesh: A Clare Fergusson and Russ Van Alstyne Mystery (Clare Fergusson and Russ Van Alstyne Mysteries) - Julia Spencer-Fleming 


This is the pivotal book of the series and changes everything between Russ and Clare. This time they are smack dab in the middle of the mystery and it's an emotional roller coaster from beginning to end. I wish . . . I so, so wish I could find more books with the perfect angst this book throws at us.The cabin scene kills me freaking dead every. single. time. And, yes, I go back and read that scene for hell of it when the mood strikes.


Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - J.K. Rowling 


Even though I am not the biggest fan of time travel (it drives me nuts) this is the best book in the series for me. Particularly because it gave us Sirius. One of my foremost literary loves. The Shrieking Shack scene is utter perfection. Even the Lucy-yanking-away-the-football at the end helps make the story.


Married with Zombies (Living with the Dead, Book 1) - Jesse Petersen 


This is the strongest book of the series. We meet Sarah and Dave at the point their marriage is about to implode . . . until they find their marriage counselor eating her previous patients. Their fight to survive the zombie apocalypse brings them closer together. The book is funny and is told in the first person and I don't hate it!


The Informationist: A Vanessa Michael Munroe Novel (Vanessa Michael Munroe Novels) - Taylor Stevens 


We're introduced to Vanessa Michael Munroe. Through a client she's thrust back into a life she left behind and the traumas visited upon her that shaped her into who she is. Solid characters and a solid story, though rather predictable it draws you in. Again, triggery as all hell so take that under advisement.


A Lot Like Love (Berkley Sensation) - Julie James 


Great romance with an utterly lovable hero and heroine. Their sarcastic banter was the highlight of this book for me. Here's my long review of this book. Where I tell you why you should read it. A lot. Like I said I've read this book twice and can read it much more.