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message 1: by Michelle, Mod with the Bod (new)

Michelle Gilmore | 3396 comments Mod
Hi everybody. I was looking for Kincade's Rose for my Nook. As far as I can tell, its not available on the Barnes and Noble website. I've noticed this in the past with a lot of IR romance novels, they're just not always easy to get a copy of. My question is this, other than and, what's are some of the better sites to purchase multi-format (?) IR rom ebook?

message 2: by Tina (new)

Tina | 1383 comments Michelle you might try

One thing I like about them is for all their books they give you a word-count. So you know how much you are getting for your money.

And they have theme/content categories where IR is one of their categories you can select on.

Also I see their Number 1 seller this week is Found a futuristic IR romance.

They do tend to skew toward to erotica, but still Aliyah Burke has a pretty solid list of books available through them.

message 3: by Michelle, Mod with the Bod (new)

Michelle Gilmore | 3396 comments Mod
Thanks Tina. I just went to that website, and found a few books that I'd like to read. I do like the fact that there's an IR category.

message 4: by Dee (new)

Dee (Joycee) | 103 comments I have to agree with you Tina, the allromance website is great place to find i/r books

message 5: by Alicia (last edited Nov 29, 2011 08:57AM) (new)

Alicia (gotrr) | 53 comments I've got a respectable number of ebooks in my collection now. Lately, I've wanted to share them and have found a few members who want to reciprocate. However, it's difficult to know which books on their gr shelves are in ebook format. Unless someone takes the time to select the correct book edition, it's difficult. Some of you may know about the "Lendle" site where you can lend your Kindle books. It's located at: I'm going to give it a try and see if I can continute to locate books I'd like to read. The problem with this site is that I mostly want to locate hard to find works. If it's on Kindle, it's readily avaialble. The other problem is that not all of my ebooks are in Kindle format and I'm sure other readers have Nook or .mobi files that they'd be willing to lend. But, it may be worth being a member anyway, I'll see.

message 6: by Stacy-Deanne (last edited Nov 29, 2011 01:11PM) (new)

Stacy-Deanne Stacy-Deanne (wwwgoodreadscomstacydeanne) Where are the best places online to find non-erotic IR ebooks? So far I am having to hunt the best I can because a lot of non-erotic pubs don't have a lot of IR if any. Can anyone point me to any sites or pubs that offer such titles? I don't mean "clean" necessarily, just not IR that's in the erotic genre. General IR romance and other genres is what I am interested in.

(Sorry for piggyback riding on Michelle's thread.) LOL!

Best Wishes!

message 7: by Tina (new)

Tina | 1383 comments Honestly, the only truly, non-erotic centric IR pub I have ever come across has been Genesis Press. Everything else, you really have to pick through, read recs or try to get meaty sample to get and idea if the book is truly non-erotic or not. Places like All Romance are good at giving not only word-counts but also heat/sensuality ratings as well.

The cover isn't always helpful. I'd recently read a book Nerds are Freaks Too by Koko Brown where the cover, title and even the description made it seem like an erotica, but the story was cute and funny and while it had a pretty descriptive sex scene in the end, I would not categorize it as erotica.

message 8: by Kacie (new)

Kacie | 22 comments is also a good site to borrow and lend kindle books =)

message 9: by Kimberly (new)

Kimberly | 21 comments for the megalodon team

message 10: by Michelle, Mod with the Bod (new)

Michelle Gilmore | 3396 comments Mod
I've actually been really lucky on the Barnes and Noble website lately.

message 11: by Empi (new)

Empi Baryeh (empibaryeh) | 41 comments Michelle, try this site too:

message 12: by Nana (new)

Nana Malone (nanamalone) | 31 comments Empi wrote: "Michelle, try this site too:"

This site is fine for the established, but I'm often looking for new authors and can't seem to find any. Does anyone have a good handle on how to search in Amazon for IR BWWM?

message 13: by Kassanna (new)

Kassanna | 12 comments Nana, Have you tried ARe?

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