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SBTB/DA Bestsellers List: 10-17 September 2013

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  1. The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE | iBooks
  2. The Chance by Edith Layton | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE |
  3. To Tempt a Bride by Edith Layton | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE | iBooks
  4. The Conquest by Edith Layton | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE
  5. The Chocolate Thief by Laura Florand | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE
  6. The Choice by Edith Layton | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE
  7. The Challenge by Edith Layton | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE
  8. Dangerous Desires by CJ Lyons, Debra Webb, Vicki Hinze, VR Marks | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  9. Hotter Than Wildfire by Lisa Marie Rice | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo
  10. Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore and Ian Schoenherr | Amazon | BN | Sony | Kobo | ARE

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    Vasha says:

    What have I read lately that’s good? Let me put in a word for something some of you may already know, Hot Head by Damon Suede, an amazingly well-written m/m about two longtime friends who fall in love without being able to admit it out loud… in the course of which, to be sure, they both act in a thoroughly boneheaded manner. I wanted to shake them and say “Use your words and talk about you feelings, dumbasses!” but the thing is, once they at long last figured it out, they promised not to leave things unspoken in the future; and the fact that the author then goes on for a number more chapters to show how they actually figure out how to keep that promise is just one of rhe things that make it a good book.

    A music recommendation: the song I’ve been listening to over and over again is a lovely Turkish tango called “Beni affeder misin?” (“Will you forgive me?”) sung by Rafet El Roman—a not-too-good translation of the lyrics is here. Besides the beautiful melody and passionate singing, I like how humble and tentative the words are—the singer wishes, with little hope, and no expectation, that he can get back together with the woman he cheated on. Remorse was never so tuneful!

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