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Yes, Yes, Yesssss...! Erotic Romance Sales Still Sizzle

Posted at 2:35PM Tuesday 07 Jan 2014

The uptake in ereaders, smart phone and tablets in the US and more recently in the UK, has played a large part in the popularity of erotic romance fiction, as they offer the chance to download and read any book with full anonymity.

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