Harlequin Offers Free eBook for Valentine’s Day Weekend

Heads up and point your sexy mice over at Harlequin: it’s free eBook time, just for Valentine’s Day. They’ve got a special eBook package featuring stories, author and reader comments, and a short story by Catherine Mann. It’s free until 16 February.

Well played, Harlequin, well played.

So, with the Valentine’s day ebook, plus the 16 books for their 60th anniversary, that’s 17 books by mid-February. Who wants to give an over/under for the total number of eBooks they’ll offer in 2009? Betting books are open.

ETA: There are also free eBooks from RandomHouse on Books on Board, including Julie Garwood’s Murder List. Woo! free books!


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    jenifer says:

    So, I’m downloading the Random House books in Adobe Digital Editions format. I get to “Caught Stealing” by Charlie Huston, only in my ADE reader, it’s got a huge cover that says “Caught Steeling”. I’ve got to say that’s a little weird.

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    Library Lady Terri says:

    i say Harlequin is going to end up giving away 60 free ebooks by the end of the year…60 years…60 books

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    Gram says:

    Neither of these sites would let me download without uninstalling the Adobe Reader I already have.  On the present one I have the 12 I downloaded from the free 17 and a few others.  If I uninstall that one to download the new edition I will have lost those.  I haven’t had a chance to read them yet and do not want to lose them, so I guess these offers are not free for me.
    Please keep us updated on free books, maybe I can read faster and get all of the previous freebies read.

  4. 4
    jenifer says:

    You don’t have to uninstall Adobe Reader, but there’s a software upgrade in Adobe Digital Editions, which wants you to uninstall the old edition before installing the new. You don’t lose your downloads when you do this, it’s simply a software upgrade.

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    ev says:

    Except that upgrade messed with my regular Adobe that I use topulish a newsletter. It was a bitch last month getting it to publish. I had to uninstall it.

    Unless it is in secure mode, I can’t download them as far as I can tell.

    Oh, and don’t forget- if you buy the Sony Harlequin edition, you get Carly Phillips new book too. Which makes it 18 I think?

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    Gram says:

    Thanks .  I’m not sure yet if I want to try the upgrade.  Maybe more of you who have tried it can help.

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