SBTB/DA Bestseller

SBTB and DA Bestsellers: 14-21 June 2011

Time for this week’s best seller list. Guess what, y’all? Digital books on sale sell really well, as do books with great reviews. Surprising, no?

  1. The Duke And I by Julia Quinn | Amazon | Nook | Kobo | Sony
  2. Laird of the Mist (Warner Forever) by Paula Quinn | Amazon | Nook | Kobo | Sony
  3. Duchess in Love with Bonus Material by Eloisa James | Amazon | Nook | Kobo |
  4. The Secret to Seduction by Julie Anne Long | Amazon | Nook | Kobo | Sony
  5. Unlocked by Courtney Milan | Amazon | Nook | Kobo | Sony
  6. Cover Me by Catherine Mann | Amazon | Nook | Kobo | Sony
  7. The Man Who Could Never Love (Harlequin Presents Extra) by Kate Hewitt | Amazon | Nook | Kobo | Sony
  8. Captives of the Night by Loretta Chase | Amazon | Kobo | Sony
  9. Soldier by Grace Burrowes | Amazon | Nook | Kobo | Sony
  10. The Twisted Tale of Stormy Gale by Christine Bell | Amazon | Nook | Kobo | Sony

 

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  1. 1
    Liz C says:

    Whoohooo! I purchased three on the list this week. Read Milan and Bell while I was home with a bruised back, and I’m planning on starting the Chase tomorrow.

  2. 2
    Ann G says:

    I have THE DUKE AND I & THE DUCHESS IN LOVE (both with bonus content).  I bought UNLOCKED a few weeks ago.

  3. 3
    Joykenn says:

    I find these lists and sales fascinating in light of the overpricing of some publishers (you know who you are! A digital book should never be priced the same as a paperback.)

    Publishers have a gold mine in their back files of books.  Books by established authors that sold OK in paperback can get new life in digital if priced cheaply and get new readers interested in current titles.  Fans want to purchase their favorite authors in digital so 5 year old good sellers can have new life as cheap digitals and readers will snap them up at sale prices.  I just spent a bundle on Amazon’s recent sales of things I didn’t read first time around.  When I’ll find time to read them all I don’t know but waits in line will be much less painful now.

  4. 4
    Carin says:

    I love these weekly lists!

    I’ve read Eloisa James’ Duchess in Love a couple years ago.  I was curious as to what the “bonus” content was so I checked it out – it looks like it’s excerpts from the sequels.  I don’t consider exceprts to be bonus material.  I’m not sure what I thought it would be – an extra epilogue?  Character bios and trivia?  A family tree?  But not just teasers for the next books.

  5. 5
    Fully says:

    I read both of Burrowes’ books: The Heir and The Soldier. Both of the feature a nice male masturbation scene. My only problem with her books is that the female gets really annoying toward the last half of the book. She is no real reason for resisting the hero’s love and she is just too stubborn. Other than that, she writes quite well minus a fetish for muffins that seems to appear in both novels.

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