heroes
  • What Makes A Presents Romance? Posted on January 15, 2016

    by Chantelle Shaw, author of Mistress of His Revenge What makes a Presents romance? Glitz, glamour, exotic locations and of course an alpha male are all requisite ingredients, and that list was firmly in my mind when I dreamed up my ... Read More…

  • Writing Your Own Princes + Giveaway! Posted on January 11, 2016

    by Michelle Smart, author of Theseus Discovers His Heir Hands up who dreamed of marrying a prince as a child? Most of you I’m guessing. But not me! No, when I was a child I wanted to marry Dick from The Famous ... Read More…

  • Meet the Hero and Heroine of Bought For Her Innocence Posted on November 9, 2015

    by Tara Pammi, author of Bought For Her Innocence In my November release, Bought For Her Innocence, the heroine is a pole dancer who’s caught in the web of her underworld boss ever since her brother dies with his gambling debts ... Read More…

  • A Rags to Riches Hero Posted on October 14, 2015

    by Annie West, author of Seducing His Enemy’s Daughter I’ve written quite a variety of heroes (I’m just now finishing my 27th Presents novel for Harlequin!). There have been princes and sheikhs, including some who never expected to take the crown. There ... Read More…

  • A Night With Consequences Posted on September 7, 2015

    by Kim Lawrence author of Her Nine Month Confession Lily Gray’s twin sister is the wild child, but it’s not Lara but sensible Lily who ends up a single mother! Even if she revealed the identity of the father of her ... Read More…

  • Romance With a Bit of a Twist Posted on August 7, 2015

    by Kate Hewitt, author of The Marakaios Baby  The Marakaios Baby is the second in my Marakaios Brides series, centering around a pair of sexy Greek brothers. The first story, The Marakaios Marriage, is a reunion ... Read More…

  • The Burden of Secrets Posted on June 24, 2015

    by Louise Fuller, author of Vows Made in Secret Secrets. We all have them. And we’ve all told them to someone we shouldn’t. Like love, they can make us feel powerful and desirable. Or out-of-our-depth and scared. And like lies, they can ... Read More…

  • All About The Hero of Tycoon’s Delicious Debt Posted on May 28, 2015

    by Susanna Carr, author of Tycoon’s Delicious Debt When I was invited to write for The Chatsfield series, I was told that my book would be about Serena Dominguez and Cooper Brock. In the notes the editor sent me, Cooper ... Read More…

  • Enter the Magical World of St Petersburg Posted on April 30, 2015

    by Michelle Conder, author of Russian’s Ruthless Demand One of the things I have always loved about reading—and now writing—Harlequin Presents books is the exotic locations the novels are set in. In Russian’s Ruthless Demand my research took me ... Read More…

  • A Night With Consequences Posted on April 17, 2015

    by Sharon Kendrick, author of Carrying the Greek’s Heir (Harlequin Presents) This blog post was originally posted on featured on the Harlequin Blog. Every action has a consequence. Water a plant and watch it grow. Neglect it, and ... Read More…