SBTB/DA Bestseller

SBTB/DA Bestsellers - 1-8 July 2014

Book The Lions Lady This week's bestseller list is brought to you by good smells, good books, and good prices. 

  1. The Lion's Lady by Julie Garwood A | BN | K
  2. Duke of Midnight (Maiden Lane) by Elizabeth Hoyt A | BN | K
  3. Woman On The Run by Lisa Marie Rice A | BN | K
  4. Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie A | BN | K
  5. Proof by Seduction (A Carhart Series Novel) (Entangled Edge) by Courtney Milan A | BN | K
  6. Destiny's Surrender by Beverly Jenkins A | BN | K
  7. Before Jamaica Lane (Dublin Street) by Samantha Young A | BN | K
  8. Never Deal with Dragons by Lorenda Christensen A | BN | K
  9. Shadowdance: The Darkest London Series: Book 4 by Kristen Callihan A | BN | K
  10. Trial by Desire (A Carhart Series Novel) (Entangled Edge) by Courtney Milan A | BN | K

I love The Lion's Lady. Easily one of my favorite Garwoods, and still $1.99 as of right now. Are any of these books on your weekend reading list?


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  1. 1
    jane says:

    I really liked Duke of Midnight. I have enjoyed the Maiden Lane series immensely, except for Meg’s story, and I’m really looking forward to the next book.

  2. 2
    Nancy says:

    Just finished Proof by Seduction last night. I actually didn’t get it through this week’s deal, I had bought it at a used bookstore about a year ago and had never read it. The low-priced enhanced ebooks inspired me to read it to get a feel for Milan’s voice and decide if I wanted to buy more of her books. While I thought Proof was entertaining, it didn’t wow me as a whole. However, it is an incredible debut and definitely convinced me to buy the first two enhanced ebooks in the Un- Series. Excited to try them – but also nervous after I’ve read so many rave reviews. I haven’t read an outstanding historical in over a year and really want Milan to live up to the hype.

  3. 3
    Sarita says:

    I managed to acquire Duke of Midnight at the recent West coast bitchery gathering, and found it full of smoldering and swashbuckling, with the panache to never blink during the unapologetically ridiculous parts. Thoroughly enjoyable. At the same event I mentioned that Lyon’s Lady was my first romance, but I wasn’t that into it. I just want to say, for everyone who made happy noises when I dropped the title and then looked disappointed when I said it was kind of boring, I didn’t mean this book. It had a ‘y’ yo. And it was medieval setting, not regency.

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