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Re: Harlequin books (and similar ones) options

Postby ruby on 11 Mar 2011, 00:09

Thanks for the links rubenz.....I have never read a harlequin book until a week ago and now I'm not only addicted to the comics also now the books.....
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Re: Harlequin books (and similar ones) options

Postby rubenz on 11 Mar 2011, 04:25

Gorothadariel wrote:
rubenz wrote:
And for Emma Darcy I quite like it though I prefer to read Historial or older harlequin (the one published under 1990) lol :D And my fav book so far is Devil in the Winter by Lisa Kleypas (I gave it 4 stars).

PS: Please don't share my links outside the forum ;)


I read some of your books, and I really understand what you mean, the old ones are really better!
They have a Jane Austen feeling.
It completly trapps you, and when you are finished, you want to start all over again.


Yupz thats what I feel ;)

Thanks for the links rubenz.....I have never read a harlequin book until a week ago and now I'm not only addicted to the comics also now the books.....


Ur welcome, glad you like the book too ;)

Devil in the Winter (must read, I read over and over and still loving it, fall in love with the hero and heroine lol) :oops:

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Re: Harlequin books (and similar ones) options

Postby Mags on 12 Mar 2011, 05:56

I came across eharlequin and there's ebooks posted you can read online free

Here's the link:
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Re: Harlequin books (and similar ones) options

Postby ruby on 12 Mar 2011, 18:53

Thanxs again rubenz, can't wait to read this one.....

@Mags thanxs for sharing with everyone....
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Re: Harlequin books (and similar ones) options

Postby esca6angel on 15 Mar 2011, 03:28

A book series that I highly recommend for females 18 and up is the Merry Gentry series. It's about a fairy princess who's also a detective. It's written by Laurell K Hamilton, most people know her from her Anita Blake series about a vampire hunter.
Hamilton wanted to created books about strong women who can do everything a man can do, including having sex without shame. I prefer Merry over Anita but try both out and see which one fits you.
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Re: Harlequin books (and similar ones) options

Postby Gorothadariel on 22 Mar 2011, 15:03

Mags wrote:I came across eharlequin and there's ebooks posted you can read online free

Here's the link:


That link probably costs me an entire grade! AHHRGG I hate learning!!!
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