4 for the price of 3 gets me every time.
The Eight by Katherine Neville - I've read it and loved it but don't actually own it, and when I saw it at the bookstore I was reminded of how much I want to read The Fire and I want to reread it before I get started on it.
True Believer by Nicholas Sparks - All those hormones make me appreciate the comfort of a good, book-induced cry, and this one seemed like a real tearjerker. Mind you, it doesn't take much for me to start bawling these days, what with me being five months pregnant and all.
The Condition by Jennifer Haigh. This one came highly recommended by Jennifer Weiner, and I trust her taste in books, so... Theme-wise, it reminds me a bit of Jodi Picoult. Has anyone read it?
Christmas, Present by Jacquelyn Mitchard. Because I love a good Christmas story. Also, did I mention that I felt like a good cry?