Category Archives: heroines

Seven Sexy Sins: How Cathy Williams Made Sloth Sexy

by Cathy Williams, author of To Sin With the Tycoon Dear Reader, When I was asked to write a Harlequin Presents embodying one of the seven deadly sins, I was pretty excited. When I was told that my sin would … Continue reading »

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A Heroine Out For Revenge

by Maisey Yates, author of To Defy a Sheikh This book came about the way so many books do. I had an idea that I wanted to write a present for the heroine came to kill the hero. But I dismissed … Continue reading »

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An Argentinian hero and an English rose with attitude + Giveaway!

by Melanie Milburne, author of The Valquez Bride The one word that stood out on Teddy’s father’s will started with M but it wasn’t money. She looked at the family lawyer in open-mouthed alarm. ‘Marriage?’ Teddy Marlstone longs for the fairy … Continue reading »

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The Hidden Streak of Romance in a Ruthless Russian

by Lucy Monroe, author of An Heiress for His Empire I’ve written a lot of books and with every one of them, some element of the book will catch my attention and my creativity.  When I was working on An Heiress … Continue reading »

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“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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