Category Archives: heroines

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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Under the Microscope: Read on for an exclusive interview with Franco and Holly

by Trish Morey, author of Tycoon’s Temptation  If you had to pick your most public scandalous moment, what would it be? Franco: The day the tabloids learned I’d dropped out of Eton. That one would be hard to beat. I remember the … Continue reading »

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