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Harlequin eBook Promotions for March

            

New March  eBook  Promotions at  www.eBooks.eHarlequin.com

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Exclusive eBook Offer: $5 Savings

Link ID: 10654322  
Start and End Dates:  March 1-31, 2009  
Promotion:  Exclusive eBook Offer: $5 Savings. March 31.

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Lucky savings: Up to 50% Off

Link ID: 10654337  
Start and End Dates:  March 1-31, 2009  
Promotion:  Exclusive eBook Offer: $5 Savings. March 31.

  

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Blazing Hot eBook Offer: Save 20% & get a FREE eBook

Link ID: 10654649  
Start and End Dates:  March 1-31, 2009  
Promotion:Blazing Hot eBook Offer: Save 20% & get a FREE eBook. Ends March 31.

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

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3 Comments

  1. rebyj
    Mar 01, 2009 @ 03:14:07

    Thanks for the links!

    If it’s ok to post this here, I have a Harlequin recommendation.
    I read ” The Groom Came Back” by Abby Gaines tonight.
    It’s the best book I’ve read since “Talk Me Down” by Victoria Dahl.
    I laughed so hard I had tears in my eyes!
    It’s a January 09 release so is still available.
    Direct link http://tinyurl.com/Groom-came-back

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  2. joanne
    Mar 01, 2009 @ 12:41:58

    Even I’m bored with me constantly repeating: DRM, DRM, DRM, DRM….

    The Harlequin 60th anniversary free ebooks were wonderful since they were DRM free so I could (almost) easily put them on my ebook reader. I then saw that one of the Harlequin Historicals had another release from author Elizabeth Rolls which is a follow up to the freebie His Lady Mistress. I bought it forgetting that it has the DRM and now it sits on my comp waiting for me to read since I can’t get it on my ereader legally.

    I BOUGHT IT. Why can’t that be enough?

    Yes, it’s me, looking a gift-horse in the mouth and seeing teeth covered with DRM.

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  3. Shannon Stacey
    Mar 02, 2009 @ 06:59:58

    I haven’t been able to buy books or view my bookshelf all weekend, and several others told me they were having the same problem. I hope they get it fixed soon because the books I want aren’t on FW yet. :(

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