Category Archives: heroes

“What more could a Harlequin Presents writer ask for?”: Victoria Parker on the 21st Century Gentleman’s Club

by Victoria Parker, author of The Ultimate Revenge A hero to die for…? When my Q Virtus compatriots and I (waves to Maya and Dani) received the official nod to create a 21st Century Gentleman’s Club, my brain took its usual … Continue reading »

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The Ruthless Hero

by Kate Hewitt, author of Captured By The Sheikh  Captured By The Sheikh is the first in my Rivals for the Crown of Kadar duet, and it started with the idea of a Sheikh kidnapping a queen in order to secure … Continue reading »

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What makes a hero?

by Chantelle Shaw, author of A Night in the Prince’s Bed Watching (ok, drooling over) heart-throb Danish actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in Game of Thrones was one reason why I decided to write about a Scandinavian hero, to show that men from … Continue reading »

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Blindsided by a sweet-talking tycoon

by Trish Morey, author of Tycoon’s Temptation  Don’t you love it when a character waltzes into a story and thinks he’s going to waltz out again, mission accomplished, before you get to chapter two… only to get the shock of his … Continue reading »

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Under the Microscope: Read on for an exclusive interview with Antonio Chatsfield

by Abby Green, author of Rival’s Challenge If you had to pick your most public scandalous moment, what would it be?Probably taking two women back to a hotel suite after a night in a club, but what the press didn’t see … Continue reading »

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