Totals are as of November 7, 2011 @ 10PM and do not include 25,000 FREE downloads
(Amazon and B&N combined Sales)

Return of the Rose - Released March 2, 2011 $2.99
Medieval Time Travel Romance

March:          298
April:             894
May:          1,600
June:          1,475
July:           1,291
August:      2,352
September: 1,955
October:      1,527
November:       282*
Total:          11,674*

A Knight in Central Park- Released March 18, 2011 $.99
Medieval Time Travel Romance

March:          247
April:         6,071
May:         4,306
June:          2,414
July:           1,330
August:       9,812
September:  2,088
October:      1,348
November:     244*
Total:          27,860*

Taming Mad Max - Released April 25, 2011 $2.99
Romantic Comedy

April:              30
May:              182
June:              265
July:               310
August:           934
September:  1,872
October:       2,125
November:       678*
Total:            6,396*

Finding Kate Huntley - Released May 5, 2011 $2.99
Romantic Suspense

May:                187
June:                 261
July:                 325
August:         1,159
September:    3,363
October:       2,089
November:       296*
Total:            7,680*

Abducted - Released May 29, 2011 $2.99
Romantic Suspense/Thriller

May:                     25
June:                   694
July:                  1,708
August:            12,917
September:      39,413
October:          18,176
November:         1,901*
Total:              74,834*

*sales as of November 7, 2011 @ 10 PM (B&N and Amazon combined)

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