SBTB/DA Bestseller

SBTB/DA Bestsellers: 26 November - 6 December 2011

Book club selections, books on sale, and books with good reviews. It's like ROCKET SCIENCE HERE, PEOPLE! WOO!

 

  1. Darkfeverby Karen Marie Moning [Amazon | Kindle | BN & nook | Kobo | WORD Brooklyn | AllRomance ]
  2. The Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever by Julia Quinn [Amazon | Kindle | BN & nook | Kobo | WORD Brooklyn ]
  3. Smooth Talking Stranger by Lisa Kleypas [Amazon | Kindle | BN & nook | Kobo | WORD Brooklyn | AllRomance ]
  4. Devil's Bride with Bonus Materials by Stephanie Laurens [ Kindle | BN & nook | Kobo | WORD Brooklyn ]
  5. Lessons in Seduction by Sandra Hyatt [Amazon | Kindle | BN & nook | Kobo | WORD Brooklyn | AllRomance | Harlequin.com Print | Harlequin.com eBook]
  6. Once Upon a Winter's Eve by Tessa Dare [Amazon | BN | WORD Brooklyn]
  7. The Hedgewitch Queen by Lilith Saintcrow [ Amazon | Kobo | BN | WORD Brooklyn ]
  8. A Visit from Sir Nicholas by Victoria Alexander [[ Amazon | Kobo | BN ]
  9. Dangerous Books For Girls: The Bad Reputation Of Romance Novels Explained by Maya Rodale [Amazon | BN]
  10. How the Marquess Was Won by Julie Ann Long [Amazon | Kobo | BN]

So, what are you reading this weekend? Me, I'm still happily swimming in the ball pit made of books that was the Harlequin 50% off sale last weekend. What books are on your weekend TBR?

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  1. 1
    Amanda M Garlock says:

    I am quite literally keeping a “TBR After Finals” list on my laptop.  And on it are Hedgewitch Queen, Unraveled, Dangerous Books for Girls, and, of course, EIKAL.

  2. 2
    Nicole says:

    I was happy to see a couple of Elizabeth Lowell’s old historicals released on Kindle this week for ~$4 each.  Golden Mountain, Golden Empire and Redwood Empire.

  3. 3
    Copa says:

    I finished finals Monday, and have since read 4 books off of my own TBR list, as I was still buying ebooks all this quarter while they were on sale. I understand and I wish you luck on finals!

  4. 4
    Becca says:

    Loved Dangerous books – I just wish it had been longer, and made a better case for why romances are still considered dangerous today. I don’t believe that a 200-year-old opinion would still carry so much weight in the modern world.

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    Vicki says:

    I am reading a book without a battery – I would totally get it for my nook as it’s a favorite I re-read but it’s old enough that I can’t find an ebook version. It’s Monkeewrench by P.J. Tracy. Not a romance but romance does occur and the path to love is started.

  6. 6
    SB Sarah says:

    Dude. Thank you! And kick ass on your finals!

  7. 7
    Amanda M Garlock says:

    Thanks!  I had to leave my Kindle at home so I wouldn’t be tempted to do that very thing.  (Library kindling has been my absolute downfall this semester.)  Enjoy your break!

  8. 8

    I am reading the latest Meg Benjamin book about Konigsburg and trying not to use it up too quickly.  Not

  9. 9
    Donna says:

    In the middle of “Some Like it Hot”, by Louisa Edwards. Realized about three pages in that I apparently missed the first book in the trilogy.

  10. 10
    Heather says:

    I’ve got a bunch, including “A Visit from Sir Nicholas” and “The Secret Diaries of Miranda Cheever” thanks to your list. I have:

    “Ecstasy Wears Emeralds” by Renee Bernard
    “The Shadow and the Star” by Laura Kinsale
    “Bet Me” by Jennifer Crusie
    “A Hint of Wicked” by Jennifer Haymore
    “Darn Good Cowboy Christmas” by Carolyn Brown (because I wanted something in keeping with the season, and I picked up another of her books—still want “Red’s Hot Cowboy”.

    FYI, yes, I am a former (as in very recently) non-romance reader. I found them all insipid and annoying at best. And then I read “Lord of Scoundrels”, per your recommendations. Consider me converted. Now I use this site and RT Book Reviews to help me avoid crappy books and find the good ones. : )

  11. 11
    Heather says:

    I must further add the rest of “The House of Comarre” trilogy by Kristen Painter. I’ve nearly finished the first book and the next two are on the nightstand.

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