Season of Storms, by Susanna Kearsley
She continues to remind me a great deal of Elizabeth Peters' non-Peabody stuff... very very enjoyable suspense with a romance angle.
Sleeping Naked is Green, by Vanessa Farquharson
Funny stunt memoir of a year of making green changes. Pretty fluffy/chick-litty, but that made it more enjoyable, not less.
Gordath Wood, by Patrice Sarath
Probably the gentlest war novel I've ever read - but gripping, and not glossing over the war stuff, just... approaching it carefully. Oh, and it's a travel-between-alternate-worlds horse fantasy, too. Definitely going to read the sequel - it was more complex than I thought it was going to be.
A Prince Edward Island Christmas, by Deirdre Kessler, Wayne Barrett, and Anne MacKay
Ah, my annual dose of nostalgia / deliberate homesickness.