SBTB/DA Bestseller

SBTB/DA Bestsellers: 6-13 March 2012

Romance readers buy books outside the genre, especially when they're on sale. The .25 books from Google Play's sale that were matched at other retailers drove some books to the top of our list this week that are definitely not romance novels. But for a quarter, why not, right? 

 

  1. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  2. Moneyball by Michael Lewis | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  3. Unfinished Business by Nora Roberts | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  4. Dead Witch Walking by Kim Harrison | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo |
  5. A Match Made in Scandal by Melody Thomas | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  6. The Mistress Diaries by Julianne MacLean | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  7. Marry Me by Susan Kay Law | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo |
  8. Courting Claudia by Robyn DeHart | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  9. Natural Law by Joey W. Hill | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE
  10. Making of a Duchess by Shana Galen | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo |

So, what books did you buy this past week? Have you started reading them? How are they?

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  1. 1
    MissB2U says:

    I picked up the first two books from Ilona Andrews’ “Magic…” series at the library.  Finished the first one last night; not much romance but a darn good story and I liked it enough to start the second one today.  I have “Your Scandalous Ways” by Loretta Chase and “Into the Night” by Gena Showalter in the TBR pile.

    Happy Sunday to all in the Bitchery!

  2. 2
    Nicole says:

    The Kate Daniels books get better and better as they progress…first one was a little uneven.  By the time you get to the third, you’ll be really glad the fourth one is already available!  :)

  3. 3
    Tabs says:

    I also just got the Kate Daniels books from the library and am tearing through them.  Ah, libraries. 

  4. 4
    Tina Chaney says:

    It’s not listed in your top ten, but I picked up An Affair With Mr. Kennedy, by Jillian Stone, because of the ad in the upper right corner.  It was fantastic!  I’m really looking forward to the rest of the series.

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    cleo says:

    I bought and read Natural Law – I liked it (but not as much as a couple of the other recommendations I picked up from the bdsm discussions – The Wicked West is my fave so far).  Read the Under Her Skin anthology – esp enjoyed the Meljean Brook werewolf story. 

    And I’m reading a non-fiction book – That’s Funny, You Don’t Look Buddhist by Sylvia Boorstein – a memoir about about being both Jewish and Buddhist.  I’m a sucker for spiritual journey type memoirs and I’m savoring this one.

  6. 6
    FairyKat says:

    I picked up some tips from the DABWAHAHAHAHA-thing-y voting, downloaded Joanna Bourne’s The Black Hawk and have since read most of the Spymasters series.  The Spymaster’s Lady was great. The Forbidden Rose is good but not fantastic.  I’ll probably read the book about Jess, simply because I loved the Scarlet Pimpernel and Bourne’s history is good enough that I can enjoy the story without being pulled out by potato rage.

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    Bnbsrose says:

    I’ve been trying to be fiscally responsible so I’m waiting for the GBPL to cough up “An Affair With Mr. Kennedy”, although now that someone’s given it the thumbs up… No, no, no. New carpeting, think new carpeting, damn it.
    Am I really being that self sacrificing? I think we all know better. Thea Harrison’s latest Elder Races and Gail Carriger’s “Timeless”, which I’m halfway through, are mine forever.

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    Rhea says:

    Thanks for the recommend. I love Joey W. Hill, but am always looking for more good writing along those lines.

  9. 9
    Heather says:

    I read “The Right Triangle” by Martha Anne Hudson. It’s a story about a woman (who was adopted as a baby) falls in love at 17 and has a baby that she gives up for adoption. 33 years later, that baby returns as a grown man with lots of questions. Through her son, she also reunites with his biological father, and has to decide who to be with: her husband of 20 years or the man she fell in love with at 17 and never really stopped loving. I think people who’ve been adopted would especially be able to understand a lot of the feelings there.

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