SBTB/DA Bestseller

SBTB/DA Bestsellers - 30 April - 7 May 2013

This week's top ten is brought to you by the number 16, and by the dark and mysterious catacombs of our affiliate sales data. 

  1. Along Came Trouble by Ruthie Knox | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE | iBooks
  2. A Kiss To Die For by Claudia Dain  | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE | iBooks
  3. The Seduction Hypothesis by Delphine Dryden  | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE | iBooks
  4. Rebellious Desire by Julie Garwood | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE | iBooks
  5. After Math by Denise Grover Swank | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE | iBooks
  6. My Favorite Bride by Christina Dodd  | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE | iBooks
  7. Crystal Flame by Jayne Ann Krentz  | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | iBooks
  8. Her Hesitant Heart by Carla Kelly | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE | iBooks
  9. Beautiful Player by Christina Lauren | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  10. Return of the Viscount by Gayle Callen  | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE | iBooks

I hope your weekend reading is exceptionally good! 

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    Vasha says:

    The new “Tucker Springs” novel, Never a Hero, came out this weekend and I read it at once. Yes, it was good. Trust Marie Sexton to pour on angst by the ladleful and yet not have me rolling my eyes, but instead following right along with the characters and finishing the book with happy tears. I read the final chapter three times over—the lady can write. The book isn’t flawless (the evil mother is a one-note incarnation of evil rather than a character, for example) but seriously good.

    (I’m not always so susceptible.  Following SBSarah’s recent review, I read High Risk, which had two protagonists with dreadful The new “Tucker Springs” novel, Never a Hero, came out this weekend and I read it at once. Yes, it was good. Trust Marie Sexton to pour on angst by the ladleful and yet not have me rolling my eyes, but instead following right along with the characters and finishing the book with happy tears. I read the final chapter three times over—the lady can write. The book isn’t flawless (the evil mother is a one-note incarnation of evil rather than a character, for example) but seriously good.

    (I’m not always so susceptible.  Following SBSarah’s recent review, I read High Risk, which had two protagonists with dreadful backstories and lingering trauma—I thought the whole business was manipulative and false.)

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    Vasha says:

    Oh geez, let me try that again. No more posting from my cell phone…

    The new “Tucker Springs” novel, Never a Hero, came out this weekend and I read it at once. Yes, it was good. Trust Marie Sexton to pour on angst by the ladleful and yet not have me rolling my eyes, but instead following right along with the characters and finishing the book with happy tears. I read the final chapter three times over—the lady can write. The book isn’t flawless (the evil mother is a one-note incarnation of evil rather than a character, for example) but seriously good.

    (I’m not always so susceptible.  Following SBSarah’s recent review, I read High Risk, which had two protagonists with dreadful backstories and lingering trauma—I thought the whole business was manipulative and false.)

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    cleo says:

    @Vasha – ooh, is Never a Hero out now?  I’ve been looking forward to it.  Glad to hear that it’s good.

    I’ve been inhaling books lately.  Some of the stand outs are The Seduction Hypothesis by Delphine Dryden (bdsm romance at a comicCon type convention – so much fun!), His Majesty’s Dragon by Naomi Novik (not a romance but great) and The Lion of Kent by Aleksandr Voinov and Kate Cotoner.

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