Category Archives: heroines

Real Life Heroines

by Jennifer Hayward, author of The Magnate’s Manifesto As authors we put ourselves in the shoes of our heroes and heroines to bring you believable, complex, three dimensional characters you’ll fall in love with. Sometimes we have the background from our … Continue reading »

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“I love a marauding, ruthless hero”: Maisey Yates on Sheikh’s Desert Duty

by Maisey Yates, author of Sheikh’s Desert Duty “Really though, he should just kidnap her.” I said these words in a phone call to my editor as we were trying to sort out plot points to Sheikh’s Desert Duty. Then … Continue reading »

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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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