SBTB/DA Bestseller

SBTB/DA Bestsellers: 13-20 September 2011

image Time again for the weekly bestseller list, culled from our affiliate reports. Sales are awesome, aren’t they?

  1. Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost [Amazon | Kobo |  ] 
  2.   Conor’s Way by Laura Lee Guhrke [KindleBN ]
  3. Everything I Know about Love I Learned from Romance Novels by Sarah Wendell [Amazon | BN | Kobo | WORD Brooklyn]
  4. Sea Change by Darlene Marshall [Kindle | BN]
  5. Spider’s Bite by Jennifer Estep [Kindle | Kobo | BN | WORD Brooklyn]
  6. Captured by the Highlander by Julianne MacLean [Kindle | Kobo | BN |WORD Brooklyn]
  7. Baby, I’m Yours by Susan Andersen
  8. [Kindle | Kobo | BN ]

  9. If It Ain’t Love by Tamara Allen [Kindle | BN | AllRomance]
  10. Cassie Palmer Series by Karen Chance [ Kindle | Kobo | BN | WORD Brooklyn ]
  11. Soulless by Gail Carriger [ Kindle | Kobo | BN | WORD Brooklyn ]

So, what have you bought and enjoyed this week?



General Bitching...

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    I just bought and devoured Caroline Linden’s novella (released as an Avon Impulse ebook) I Love the Earl. It was so much fun – a smart, 30-ish 18th century heroine who knows she’s only being pursued for her money now that she’s suddenly an heiress, and a sexy, fabulous impoverished Earl hero who decides to go after her for her fortune but accidentally falls in love with her along the way.

    It was so much fun – AND it made me want to read many more stories by her. Because I loved this one so much, I’ll probably buy her new book next, even though the cover for it had REALLY turned me off every time I’d seen it. I had never bothered to find out anything about it until now because I disliked that cover so much, but it turns out that the novella is a prequel to it (the same family in an earlier generation), so of course now I want to find out what happens next…

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    Holy cow, I’m on the bestseller list!  I may have to take a screenshot of this and frame it!

    Thanks, everyone, for helping to put Sea Change on the list.  I really appreciate it and hope y’all enjoy it.

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    Carin says:

    I’m one of the people who bought Sea Change, and I LOVED it!  There’s a great sense of humor throughout the book that I really enjoyed.  I definitely recommend it!

    I also bought Halfway to the Grave.  I couldn’t resist.  I came late to the series and am reading book 5 now.  It’s good stuff.

  4. 4
    Alex says:

    I discovered a Shelli Stevens book on my Kindle which I hadn’t read yet (must have bought it in my pre-holiday Amazon binge), promptly devoured it and then bought and read the rest of her Holding Out For A Hero series during a serious bout of insomnia last night.

    Oh and I didn’t buy it as such but for anyone that liked Janey Chapel’s Maritime Men and Anchors Aweigh (and I LOVED them), there’s a mini update/scene on her Livejournal site.

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    Tara says:

    I read and loved Sea Change this week too!

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    Thanks, everyone!

  7. 7

    I read Negligee Behavior by Shelli Stevens during my beach holiday in the summer, and since then, I’ve been working my way through her backlist! I’ve just started her ‘Holding out for a Hero’ series…awesomesauce! She is now one of my favorite authors.

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    Chelsea says:

    I’m finishing up Mistress by Marriage today. Then I’ve got to pick something new out of the TBR—and there are too many choices!

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    Tamara says:

    Thank you for making my week. And by week, I mean year.
    How do you take a screenshot? :D
    Thank you!

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    rachel says:

    I bought and loved Sea Change too! I also bought Loretta Chase’s Isabella, which was only .99 on Amazon. Cute but not nearly as great as any of her later novels. Also, if anyone else buys it be sure to look out for the hilarious typos: ‘mink’ instead of ‘think’ , ‘otter children’ instead of ‘other children’ and best of all the little girl in the novel is described as ‘retching’ instead of ‘fetching’!!!

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    SB Sarah says:


    And thank you again and again and again for putting EIKAL on the list. And for making my TBR much more expensiver.

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    jean tallman says:

    I read Enticed by His Forgotten Lover by Maya Banks; I was disappointed.  I also read Riptide by Cherry Adair; it was great!

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    Deirdre says:

    I read “Warprize” by Elizabeth Vaughn and loved it! Can’t wait to read the rest of the series.

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    Donna says:

    “In Bed with the Devil” by Lorraine Heath. Pretty enjoyable read. Tamer than my normal fair, but still a lovely little story. Had to read something while waiting for B&N to get me a copy of “Demon Marked”. Not stocking in stores. HOW are they NOT STOCKING in stores?!!!!!!!

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    LisaJo885 says:

    I read four “Old Races” short stories by C.E. Murphy. She’s got this really cool deal where you can subscribe to the project and get six short stories related to her “Negotiator” series over the course of the year. Plus, I read “New York to Dallas” by La Nora, and am now re-reading the entire series from the beginning. Damn you, Nora, I have so many other things in my TBR that I haven’t read before!

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    cbackson says:

    I read Nalini Singh’s Archangel’s Blade and love, love, loved it.  Which surprised me because I have not, in the past, been a special friend of the protagonist. 

    I also read some Eileen Wilks, which I’m finding pleasantly above-average (it’s nice to read a book where the heroine is not OMGTHRILLED about the whole “chosen mate” concept).

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    Raquel says:

    Just finished re-reading the Cassie Palmer series again by Karen Chance. I must say it’s one of my favourites as the world she creates are amazing, as well as the characters. I’m finding it hard to pick a favourite

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