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Old 05-15-2011, 06:01 PM   #15
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I thought Harlequin already had a subscription model also for ebook. Ist hat not true?
It seems you're right. They have subscription schemes for some of their ranges of romance ebooks.

http://ebooks.eharlequin.com/D39F068...iptionInfo.htm

4 books a month for $16.83
6 books a month for $22.28

But this seems more like a book club kind of thing than a subscription model like Netflix.

I must admit, I'm rather surprised that wescription.net haven't done something like this. I'd sign up for automatic payment of monthly webscriptions for a slight discount on the (now) $18/month.
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