SBTB/DA Bestseller

SBTB/DA Bestsellers: 28 March - 3 April 2012

Top 10 list

Books in bundles, books on sale, and books many people are talking about – surprise, eh? – are on the list this week:

  1. Amelia Peabody Omnibus (Books 1-4) by Elizabeth Peters | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  2. A Week to be Wicked by Tessa Dare | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  3. Scandal and Satin by Loretta Chase | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  4. The English Witch by Loretta Chase | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  5. Frat Boy and Toppy by Anne Tenino | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  6. Isabella by Loretta Chase | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  7. Memory of Morning by Susan Sizemore | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  8. The Amorous Education of Celia Seaton by Miranda Neville | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  9. Captives of the Night by Loretta Chase | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  10. Santa Olivia by Jacqueline Carey | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo

What are you reading this weekend?


General Bitching...

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  1. 1
    FairyKat says:

    I’m finally getting around to reading La Nora’s New York to Dallas, but I’m not gripped. I keep wandering off to play solitaire or watch Rachel Khoo make madeleines on TV.  I know the plot really well by now, and I guess I’m ready for a change. 
    When I’m done, I’ll reward myself with Connie Willis, All About Emily.  I just finished Bellwether which made me laugh out loud and want to corner people in corridors and force them to read it.

  2. 2
    Mirandaflynn says:

    I’m re-reading The House on Durrow Street by Galen Beckett to remind myself of the plot before reading The Master of Heathcrest Hall, the final book in the trilogy.


  3. 3
    Joykenn says:

    I can’t seem to locate the Amelia Peabody bundle at either Amazon or Nook. 

  4. 4
    Carolyn says:

    I had that problem too.

  5. 5
    ksattler says:

    I love Elizabeth Peter’s books! Read them in high school.

  6. 6
    CarrieS says:

    @FairyKat – All About Emily was awesome esp if you are a theater geek.  Am reading “Made to Stick” which is about presenting messages in unforgettable ways.

  7. 7
    Sarah says:

    The Amelia Peabody was evidently a UK publisher without permission for the US. It was pulled a day or so ago.

  8. 8
    Taylor Reynolds says:

    I’m plowing through Nora’s “Chasing Fire.” I bought it in hardcover whenever it first came out, and it’s sat, ignored and dusty, on the bookshelf since then. As she has another being released soon, I figured I should catch up.

  9. 9
    Susan says:

    I’m just finishing up Elizabeth McCoy’s The Herb-Wife (after The Herb-Witch).  Next?  I dunno. . . maybe Amanda Stevens’ The Graveyard Queen books in anticipation of the new release later this month.  But my TBR pile is enormous so there are many possibilities.

    Too bad about the Amelia Peabody omnibus.  :-(

  10. 10
    Cp-epperly says:

    I read Requiem for Ashes – I needed a change of pace after a major bdsm glom. Really enjoyed it,in spite of the high body count.  Just finished The Disgraced Playboy by Caitlyn Crewes. And I read Zoe Archer’s new steampunk novella. Lots of fun. No idea what’s next.

  11. 11
    Vicki says:

    Just re-read Public Secrets by Nora Roberts. She stands up to the test of time.

  12. 12
    Nadia says:

    I blazed through Julie James’ “About That Night” this weekend.  Loved the characters, loved the dialog, loved the humor.  And her sex scenes get better with each book, steamy hot!  However, this is more straight contemporary than the last two books, which had suspense elements, so it comes off to me as being light on conflict.  The characters do show some growth, but it seems like they don’t have all that much to overcome within this book. 

    Also finished up “Wild Cat” by Jennifer Ashley.  She’s got an intriguing world with the Shifters, but not so sure I care about the Fae element thrown into this one.  But she built up nicely to the next book while still having a satisfying resolution in this one. 

    Now into “An Affair with Mr. Kennedy” by Jillian Stone which I learned about here.  So far, am enjoying it.  The late Victorian Era London is providing a great setting.  Have no idea how historically accurate it is, but she’s at least using the modernizations of the times to effect. 

  13. 13
    Mara says:

    I saw this list at DA (no comments on the post yet) and searched for 20 minutes for the Amelia Peabody Omnibus all like “how did i MISS this?!?” with no success.  I shoulda come here first, ha!

    I’m halfway through A Lady Awakened and freakin loving it. I was taking a break from historicals for a few weeks because I was so sick of dukes and earls and the same old blah blah blah dull characters and plots. But I just finished Silk is for Seduction (liked it a lot), and now with A Lady Awakened, I’m on a roll! I need another one to make it a hat trick, please. (mixed sports metaphors? definite possibility.)

  14. 14
    ms bookjunkie says:

    I’ve been reading contemporaries over Easter. Julie James’ ABOUT THAT NIGHT, Louisa Edwards’ HOT UNDER PRESSURE and Jaci Burton’s TAKING A SHOT.

    Now I’m reading Veera Laitinen’s SURUNSYÖJÄT as I have to return it to the library tomorrow. (The first—ever!—published Finnish paranormal fantasy, written by a thirteen-year-old? Of course I have to read it!)

  15. 15
    Bnbsrose says:

    Finished “Enemy Games”  by Marcella Burnard started and finished Alissa Johnson’s “Nearly a Lady”, started “A Rogue by Any Other Name” by Sarah McLean. Gotta love the holiday weekend with nothing to do.

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