Bestselling Self-Published Books: March 2014

So many self-published titles are released each and every day, it’s hard to know which ones are worth your time — and your cash. As always, your RT Web Team is here for you, to help make sense of it all. We've scoured the bestseller lists at The New York Times, Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Smashwords to put together our picks of the bestselling self-published titles of the month. Get your TBR list ready!


Just to Be With You by Bella Andre

Genre: Contemporary romance

Release Date: March 2014 

The Story: If you haven’t already discovered Bella’s amazing Sullivan series, now is as good a time as any to get on board!

Just to Be With You stars powerful CEO Ian Sullivan, who’s kicking butt at life — except for, you know, those pesky personal relationships. Enter smoking hot actress Tatiana, who’s been waiting for her one true love. She thinks Ian is it. Ian has other ideas …

Buy It: Digital version is $4.99 on Amazon, and $5.99 at Kobo.

The Private Club 3 by J.S. Cooper and Helen Cooper

Genre: Contemporary Short Story

Release Date: March 2014

The Story: Just in case you were wondering if the Coopers’ entire Private Club story was worth the read after we featured part one last month, the bestseller lists don’t lie — and this title has been tearing up the charts all month. 

When we last left our heroine Meg, she’d accepted a job at the “Private Club” without knowing the truth behind the establishment. Her hot hot hot boss, Greyson, keeps warning Meg to stay away from him, and we all know how that goes. In this final installment, Meg finds out all the bonkers answers she’s been yearning for.

Buy It: Digital version is $2.99 at Amazon and

Beyond Me by Jennifer Probst

Genre: New Adult

Release Date: March 2014

The Story: Probst continues in the New Adult trend of writing about girls who find their HEA on spring break. Which is seriously one of the biggest fantasies we can think of, and we love it! (Spring break, wooo! (We don’t get to go on spring break anymore. We just asked.)) Beyond Me stars Quinn, who thinks of spring break like we do: a fun place to hook up for a week! But then she meets the gorgeous James, and she starts daydreaming about the future. Only she doesn’t realize she’s the object of a She’s All That style bet, that James bet he could bed her by the end of the week. But what if he wants more?

Buy It: Digital $2.99, Paperback $7.99 on Amazon, and Kobo.

Tied with Me by Kristen Proby

The cover of Making Faces

Genre: Erotic romance

Release Date: March 2014

The Story: So, what are you doing this weekend? Going to the local fetish festival with your best friend? Because that’s how Tied with Me begins — meaning our heroine Nic is in for a wild ride, especially once she meets alpha Matt. Police officer Matt is into bondage, and he’s making no apologies about it. They share a hot night together before he has to rush off, leaving Nic unsure of what to think …

Buy It: Digitally for $3.99, print $12.00 at Amazon, and $3.99 digitally at Kobo.

Making Faces by Amy Harmon

Genre: New Adult

Release Date: 2013

The Story: We think this is one of those books where the tagline really sells it. Check it out: Making Faces is the story of a small town where five young men go off to war, and only one comes back.

Still need more? So, Ambrose was a beautiful specimen of maleness, until he returned home after serving his country, and he wasn’t beautiful anymore. Fern’s been admiring him from afar for years, in between reading every romance novel she can get her hands on. Can plain Fern help Ambrose find peace? Can they find love together?
Buy It: Digitally for $3.99, print $17.99 at Amazon, and $4.95 digitally at Kobo.

Have you read any of these titles? Let us know what you think in the comments! We would also love to hear about your favorite self-published romances. For more love stories head over to our Everything Romance page.