Question: Did Amazon Get It Right? (Best Books of the Year – Romance)

Posted November 21, 2012 by Carmel in / 8 Comments

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This is an impossible question for me to answer seeing how I haven’t read any of these books. I can understand how come Bared to You is number one because I’m curious to read it myself after my experience with Shades of Grey. I have yet to read a Ilona Andrews book but I am a little confused as to why it’s in this category. Isn’t this series Urban Fantasy? So that’s my two cents on these picks. Romance readers, what’s your take on Amazon’s Best Romance Books of 2012?

1 Bared to You by Sylvia Day 6 Lothaire by Kresley Cole
2 The Recruit by Monica McCarty 7 Forever and a Day by Jill Shalvis
3 The Witness by Nora Roberts 8 Darker After Midnight by Lara Adrian
4 Gunmetal Magic by Ilona Andrews 9 When the Duke Found Love by Isabella Bradford
5 Redwood Bend by Robyn Carr 10 How To Be A Proper Lady by Katharine Ashe
What about you?

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8 responses to “Question: Did Amazon Get It Right? (Best Books of the Year – Romance)

    I need to challenge you to read it like I did Amber I at Awesomescauce Book Club.
    But yeah, it’s UF not romance. Of course there is a romance but like most UF that’s not the focus.

    I’ve read Darker After Midnight and while I enjoyed it I wouldn’t put it on the top 10 of the year. Maybe in the top 15.

  2. I am sorry to say that I have not read any of these other than Lothaire and while I love KC, that one was not my favorite.
    I have a few others from this list on my TBR. 🙂

  3. I’ve only read Bared to You and Gunmetal Magic. Bared to You was OK for me, one of those summer escape/brainless kinds of reads. I enjoyed Gunmetal Magic but was really surprised it is under the Romance Genre. I see an Ilona Andrews title and I automatically think Urban Fantasy. Strange list….