Turn Coat - Jim Butcher This was a great one. The moment Morgan showed up all wounded and asking for help, I knew it was going to be awesome.

Morgan hasn't exactly been a friend to Harry in the past, but I can't help but like him. I'd envisioned a long partnership between the two of them after the events of Turn Coat, made more interesting by the unique dynamics between the two men. Needless to say, I was a little disappointed at how the book ended.

Several other chapters in the ongoing drama of Harry's life also came to a close. I initially felt that the relationship between him and Anastacia Luccio was awkward, so I was surprised at how gutted I felt when the truth of it finally came out. The perpetrator in the White Council is also finally revealed, and even though it was obvious as hell who it was, the lead up to it was written with enough action to make it suspenseful.