This Week's IndieReader Top 10 Bestsellers

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For the second week running, Sydney Landon’s Weekends Required sits atop IndieReader’s Top 10 Indie Bestsellers list. Make the most out of your last trip to the beach this holiday weekend with this fun—and steamy—office romance about a workaholic executive and his sassy, sexy assistant. Shifting into the number two spot, up one from last week, is Abbi Glines’ bucolic While It Lasts, a classic case of opposites attract. And debuting on the list in the third slot is Sarah’s Surrender by Lynda Chance, featuring a broody rancher who sets his sights on the eponymous heroine. Love is in the air, Indie fans.

IndieReader's Top 10 Indie list is updated every week, using sources including Amazon, the New York Times, B&N.com and USA Today to determine what books make the cut. Check out the rest of this week's, and every week's, Indie bestsellers to see what's hot in Indie and self-publishing on their bestseller list.ow, a complete upset this week in IndieReader's bestsellers top 10 list.

And be sure to check out our writing and publishing series this week with Barbara Freethy and Jonathan Evison.

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