Here are the Top 10 ebooks downloaded from the Free Library's OverDrive Digital Library in September 2013.
There were more than 44,450 ebooks checked out and downloaded from both our website and mobile site for the month!
Romance rules this month, taking 5 out of the top 10 spots.
The Arrangement (fiction)
by Mary Balogh
The second installment in Mary Balogh’s Survivors series, The Arrangement is Regency romance at its finest with a unique hero and heroine at the heart of a love story for the ages.
by Brenda Jackson
In the newest entry in her Westmoreland series, New York Times bestselling author Brenda Jackson's Stern is full of lust in the dust as cowboy businessman Stern falls for his best friend JoJo. Once they give into their desires, neither of their lives will ever be the same.
by Margaret Atwood
From the legendary writer of the dystopian sci-fi masterpiece The Handmaid's Tale comes the thrilling conclusion to her latest trilogy, MaddAddam. An otherworldly adventure full of humor, romance, and drama as only Margaret Atwood could craft.
Size 12 and Ready to Rock (fiction)
by Meg Cabot
The newest chapter in the Heather Wells mystery series is a rollicking and rocking adventure! From the author of The Princess Diaries, Meg Cabot has a knack for writing entertaining comedy and mystery plots and this novel is one of her current bests.
Cut to the Bone (fiction)
by Jefferson Bass
Author Jefferson Bass (which is actually the writing team of Dr. Bill Bass and Jon Jefferson) serves up a prequel with Cut to the Bone, the long-awaited prequel to the New York Times bestselling mystery series, is a can't-put-it-down thriller. This forensic murder ride doesn't let up til the final page!
Thunder and Roses (fiction)
by Mary Jo Putney
Fan favorite romance novelist Mary Jo Putney pens a world full of danger and desire in one of her most beloved series. There's a reason Thunder and Roses was nominated for a RITA award and was a finalist for the RWA Golden Choice award for best book of the year. Read it and find out!
The Bartered Bride (fiction)
by Mary Jo Putney
A rich and realistic 19th-century historical romance from a master of the genre. Mary Jo Putney explores British politics, slavery in the 1830s, and London high society, weaving them all into a extraordinary romance.
The Bones of Paris (fiction)
by Laurie R. King
A thrilling mystery set in 1920s Paris, France, mixing fictional characters with real-life historical figures. The bohemian atmosphere permeating throughout the plot has a lot of twists and turns, so hold on tight once you start reading!
The Crush (fiction)
by Sandra Brown
What happens when the detective and the killer he is tracking both have the same love interest? A deadly love triangle is just the start of the suspense spilling out of Sandra Brown's The Crush!
Beauty and the Spy (fiction)
by Julie Anne Long
Not your run of the mill Regency romance, Beauty and the Spy includes a secret agent as the dashing hero, who stumbles into protecting a young lady in London. A poignant tale of love and danger awaits in Julie Anne Long's latest lovers tale.