• Carol Marinelli on Her Favorite Heroes Posted on June 8, 2016

    by Carol Marinelli, author of Return of the Untamed Billionaire Being an author, I’ve decided, can be rather like being a mother—you’re not allowed to have a favorite! Return of the Untamed Billionaire is the final story in my Irresistible Russian ... Read More…

  • Creating A Starting Scene Posted on June 6, 2016

    by Tara Pammi, author of The Surprise Conti Child The starting scene for The Surprise Conti Child came to my head so vividly that I couldn’t wait to write it. I wanted to do a secret baby/child trope but in this ... Read More…

  • Guilty Crushes Posted on June 1, 2016

    by Grace Thiele, Presents Editorial Assistant I’ve got a confession to make. For many years (ten, give or take) I have held onto a guilty crush. Ever since I saw his dominating presence on my TV screen, his merciless take down of whoever ... Read More…

  • Get a FREE Short Story by Lynne Graham When You Purchase Bought for the Greek’s Revenge! Posted on May 30, 2016

    by Grace Thiele, Editorial Assistant I knew I’d landed on my feet at Harlequin Presents when my first job as editorial assistant was to read Lynne Graham’s 100th book, Bought for the Greek’s Revenge! Featuring a gorgeous Mediterranean tycoon and a ... Read More…

  • Giveaway! Celebrate the Great Outdoors and Win Two June Presents Books Posted on May 27, 2016

    Summer is here and with that means warm weather and more time embracing the outside world, rather than staying huddled up inside for warmth. Do you like to read outside? Visit the beach? Go hiking? Share you favorite outdoor summer activity ... Read More…

  • Forbidden Love Posted on May 23, 2016

    by Rachael Thomas, author of The Sheikh’s Last Mistress As a horse lover, I was really excited by Zafir and Destiny’s story when it first formed in my mind. It’s a story that came to me several years ago after I’d ... Read More…

  • Editing Lynne Graham’s 100th Book Posted on May 18, 2016

    by Pippa Roscoe, Associate Editor There are certain times in an editor’s career that stand out. Buying your first author, working with an author you’ve read and loved even before you started in your role, meeting your authors in person. All ... Read More…

  • Opera and A Tycoon to be Reckoned With Posted on May 16, 2016

    by Julia James, author of A Tycoon to be Reckoned With Writing A Tycoon to be Reckoned With has been a particular pleasure for me, as it allowed me to revel in one of my most favorite of the arts, ... Read More…

  • A Heroine Inspired By Poetry Posted on May 11, 2016

    by Jennifer Hayward, author of Claiming the Royal Innocent It doesn’t interest me what you do for a living. I want to know what you ache for and if you dare to dream of meeting your heart’s longing. It doesn’t interest me ... Read More…

  • Five questions for Melanie Milburne Posted on May 6, 2016

    by Melanie Milburne, author of The Most Scandalous Ravensdale    What do you love most about being a romance author? I love being caught up in the fantasy world of the romance story, spending time with my characters, travelling with them on their ... Read More…