#FreebieFriday Contemporary Romance Reads & Your Thoughts on Freebies

Good morning, everyone! It’s FRIDAY! Yeah. Today I’ve rounded up some free contemporary romance reads for you. These books were free at the time of this posting, but please check before you push that buy button. If you do read one of these, please leave a review. It’s one of the most helpful things you can do for an author!

On another note, what do you think of freebies? Do you download every single one? How many do you have on your device that you haven’t read? Do you pay for more books than you get free? I’d love to hear from you on this!

Down on Love (A Marsden Novel Book 1) Nov 21, 2013 by Jayne Denker

Nora Roberts Land (Dare Valley Series, Book 1) Jul 2, 2013 by Ava Miles

Burns So Bad (When SEALs Come Home Book 1) Dec 16, 2013 by Anne Marsh

Tucker (The Family Simon Book 1) Feb 5, 2014 by Juliana Stone

Be My Love (A Walker Island Romance Book 1) Apr 2, 2014 by Lucy Kevin and Bella Andre


4 thoughts on “#FreebieFriday Contemporary Romance Reads & Your Thoughts on Freebies”

  1. I love free books, but I think the authors are smart, the first in the series is good and I end up buying all the books, but that way everyone is happy, we get free book author gets a sale. thanks for the list—

  2. I have Amazon’s free Kindle Cloud Reader, so I read a few on my pc instead.
    I download free short stories that are 200 pgs or less so that I can get a feel for the author’s writing. If I like the writing style, I add that author to my list and then buy their future paperbacks, as I still prefer books.
    I would guesstimate that I have eight times as many paperbacks waiting to read as “Kindle” stories.

  3. Since I got my kindle, I have gotten a bunch of free books… I like them… it gives me a chance to try an author I have not read before and their series… I read a lot and it helps me with my book budget… get more to read for my enjoyment… I limit myself each month on how much I can spend and freebies give me just that little bit more. I will say it is hard to choose what I will buy, but then I also buy a bunch of second hand print books from my library… I get great reads at a wonderful price and the library uses the money towards their summer reading program! 😀

    1. The previous comment is so much my situation i could almost cut and paste.

      I have found that getting to know authors makes their books even more satisfying and a free book is a good start for an introduction.

      However, I think it is the readers responsibility to provide a positive review (or none) when an author has provided their hard work for free. I usually give a review anyway, however it is a good reminder for all readers.

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