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  1. Fiona
    May 26, 2006 @ 13:09:01

    I know I’m jumping on this bangwagon a little late, but this really bothers me. I’ve expanded my thoughts on my blog, but I did want to say this:

    Even though it appears that some (many?) of the Aphrodisia authors have HEAs in their books, there are some who do not. With so many books/lines to buy, why would I bother with a line that requires me to: 1) research a book before buying, 2) read the ending in the store, or 3) run the risk of buying a “romance” without an HEA?

    Guess what, I won’t. I will continue with my love of book browsing in bookstores and buy books/lines where I can trust the publishing company to deliver what they are selling.


  2. Fiona
    May 26, 2006 @ 14:05:21

    Damn, commented in the wrong place.

    *slinking away*

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