On each review, I'm going to give the book in question some "ratings". The number of stars indicates how much I enjoyed the book-- 5 stars being the highest. The "risquety" (sure it's a word, I just said it, right?) will be how, well, risque the book is. A "0" is completely clean, "1" has some inuendo, but I would still recommend it to, say, my teenage sister. A "2" indicates that I probably wouldn't recommend it for most teens, but wouldn't worry about recommending it to adults. A "3" means I would recommend it to most adults, but I would include a disclaimer. A "4" means I finished the book, but there's enough in it that I probably would not recommend it. A "5" means I didn't even finish the book.
Violence and language don't bother me as much, so I'm not going to rate those as much, but if the violence is heavy, I'll put a "V" and if there's a lot of language, I'll put an "L" or "L+".
Clear as mud? I thought so.
I'll also try to include little details like number of pages, genre, etc.