HP7: Deathly Hallows. Very very very good. Better, I think, than Goblet of Fire and Order of the Phoenix. I misted, teared up, and cried.
Stray by Rachel Vincent. Story about werecats, described as large black panthers. Faythe, the main character, is a free daughter of one of the Alphas of several Prides of werecats in America.
Storm Front by Jim Butcher. Book 1 of the Dresden Files. Story about a wizard named Harry Dresden who does private investigations. This one starts with a double murder and a missing husband.
One for the Money by Janet Evanovich. Book 1 of the Stephanie Plum series. Story about a woman who in desperate need of a job gets a job with her uncle who is a bail bondsman. She ends up becoming a "bounty hunter" of sorts, catching people who posted bail but skipped their trials/court dates.
Mistral's Kiss by Laurell K. Hamilton. Book 5? in the Merry Gentry series. It was nice to have the plot moved along.
Bite Me If You Can by Lynsay Sands. Book 5? in the Argenau series. Rather good. It's about vampires with an alternate origin. This is the tale of Leigh who becomes a vampire after being attacked by one and forced to turn.
Anyway, the reading was very good for me, since I haven't done it enough recently.