K. started this at ERTG and I couldn't resist posting my results here too:
this is a tough one as I gave 6 As during 2006. I'll have to divide it between Diane Gaston's The Mysterious Miss M which I loved because it was original, emotional and with believable characters and Mary Balogh's The Plummed Bonnet in which one of my pet peeves - big misunderstanding - is very well written and worked for me.
Liz Carlyle and all of her books. I can't believe I only discovered her this year, a real buried treasure.
If I had to pick one it would be The Devil to Pay but all of them are very good.
I only graded 1 book with a D this year. I can't even remember what it was about which is good, I wouldn't want my head to be busy with one of these. It was an anthology called Bridal Showers and my only remark on my book log was: too silly to be true. I guess there are TSTL books too :-)
Disliking J R Ward's books after they were so talked about.
See Jane Score - Rachel Gibson - If I knew it was this good I would have picked it up sooner. Really funny story that captured my attention even if I know next to nothing about ice hockey.