#Harlequin Books Spotlight & Giveaway: Showcasing APRIL romance releases!

Posted April 26th, 2014 by in Blog, Giveaway, Spotlight, _Harlequin Romances / 63 comments

Harlequin Books Spotlight & Giveaway: Showcasing APRIL romance releases!

Spotlight&Giveaway

eHarlequinHarlequin is one of the world’s leading publishers of books for women. The Toronto-based company publishes more than 110 titles a month in 34 languages in 110 international markets on six continents. These books are written by over 1,300 talented authors worldwide, offering women a broad range of reading from bestseller fi ction to romance, from young adult novels to nonfi ction, from African-American novels to inspirational romance, and more. With half of its books sold overseas and a tremendous 95% outside Canada—it is both the country’s most successful publisher and one of its most international businesses

Thank You Harlequin for providing giveaway copies of these titles!

The Black Sheep’s Inheritance by Maureen Child

TBSI22Follow the money…into bed!

Estranged from his adoptive father, Sage Lassiter earned his own billions. But when J.D. Lassiter leaves a fortune to his private nurse in his will and cheats his own daughter of her rightful inheritance…Sage is enraged, to say the least. He’s sure nurse Colleen Falkner isn’t the innocent she appears. And he’s willing to go to any lengths to expose her…even seduction.

But using sex—crazed, incredible sex—to find out what she knows could backfire. Because Colleen is not what Sage expected. And like it or not, she’s about to demolish all the barriers he’s carefully constructed around his heart.

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What the Greek’s Money Can’t Buy by Maya Blake

WTGMWBThe forbidden tastes all the sweeter…

Oil magnate Sakis Pantelides always gets what he wants—after all, he’s drop-dead gorgeous, powerful and wealthy beyond words. But the one thing he can’t have is his stunning assistant, Brianna Moneypenny—because she’s the only woman this cynical Greek can trust.

But when an international crisis throws them together 24/7, intriguingly buttoned-up Brianna reveals a sensual hunger that rivals his own, and he realizes just what he’s been denying himself for so long. But when his perfect PA’s secret is discovered, will he pay the price for taking what he wants?

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Stolen Kiss From a Prince by Teresa Carpenter

SKfP23When royal duty calls…

Charged with the care of the newly orphaned heir to the Kardana throne, nanny Katrina Vicente finds herself faced with an even more formidable task—working alongside the boy’s uncle, the devastatingly handsome Prince Julian, the prince regent.

Desperate to keep the secrets of her past under lock and key, getting involved with a prince is the last thing Katrina needs, particularly with the world watching. But it’s hard to ignore their instant chemistry—especially after one stolen kiss! Could her royal assignment be about to transform into the most magical of fairy tales?

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IMG_2258aGIVEAWAY: The Black Sheep’s Inheritance + What the Greek’s Money Can’t Buy + Stolen Kiss from a Prince + A box of Godiva chocolates + A billionaires themed book mark.

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63 Responses to “#Harlequin Books Spotlight & Giveaway: Showcasing APRIL romance releases!”

  1. Cindy Hamilton

    Last book was Desert Prince, Bride of Innocence by Lynne Graham wonderful book! A Harlequin Presents book.

  2. Tammy Y

    Her Secret Cowboy by Marin Thomas – a great book – Highly recommended. I am reading The District by Carol Ericson now. Love it so far. I love Harlequin books. They are my favorites.

  3. Lori Meehan

    An Exquisite Challenge by Jennifer Hayward and yes I would recommend Jennifer’s books.

  4. marcyshuler

    I just finished The Last Guy She Should Call (Harlequin Kiss) by Joss Wood on Thursday. I really like her writing style and have enjoyed the KISS books a lot.

  5. Lucy Waterhouse

    Kathie DeNosky’s It happened one night was the last one I read – a re-read as I love everything Kathie writes 🙂 Definite recommend!!

  6. Kim Perry

    I last read Seducing His Princess by Olivia Gates and I loved it! I would definitely recommend any of her books!

  7. belindaegreen

    I last read The Real Thing by Brenda Jackson. Highly recommended! I would recommend any Brenda Jackson book. They are all fabulous, especially the Westmoreland Family series!

    The April books all look like great reads. Thanks for the opportunity!

    Belinda G

  8. Sandy X

    I honestly do not remember. I think it might had been Come a Little Closer by Bella Andre.

  9. Amanda Gardner

    Currently reading The Reluctant Texas Rancher by Cathy Gillen Thacker but I had recently finished The Texas Wildcatter’s Baby by Cathy Gillen Thacker. I would recommend the books but you really have to read the series of books to really get an idea of the families mentioned in the book (37 books have been written/printed so far — 3 other series that have a connection to the other books) — Here is the link for books in the series http://www.cathygillenthacker.com/book_list1

  10. Krysten M

    Last one I read was Waiting On You by Kristan Higgins. Loved it!! The whole series definitely gets the recommendation from me 🙂

  11. Kai W.

    Last two Harlequin books I read are MY SECRET FANTASIES by Joanne Rock and DOUBLE TAKE by Leslie Kelly. I do highly recommend both books.

  12. Meg Weglarz

    The last straight HQ title was probably The Shy Bride by Lucy Monroe. (as not Blaze or Intrigue)

  13. Linda

    An Honorable Thief by Anne Gracie. Lovely book & I’d recommend it to anyone who likes hist-rom.

  14. Anita H.

    The last HQN book I read was Only Yours by Susan Mallery. I’ve been trying to catch up on the Fool’s Gold series and I loved it! Definitely recommend it and the rest of the series that I’ve read so far 🙂

  15. Monique D

    A SEAL’s Kiss by Tawny Weber. I would definitely recommend it ! She keeps getting better all the time !

  16. Ada

    I’m reading up on Gena Showalter’s Lords of the Underworld Series and if you’ve never read them, I most definitely recommend that everyone who enjoys paranormals read them!

  17. mrsmac19

    The last Harlequin book that I read … hmm … probably the Fool’s Gold cookbook. I can’t cook to save my life, but the story was great! Totally recommend! 🙂

  18. Debra A

    I just finished last night an oldie “A Suitable Husband” by Jessica Steele, And just started “The Texas Wildcatter’s Baby” by Cathy Gillen Thacker. I try to read at least one a day. Yes I am addicted. I have read Harlequin’s since I was 12 years old.

  19. EllenToo

    The last Harlequin I read was Bodyguard Reunion by Margaret Daley but I read at least one Harlequin a day so by the time you read this I’ll have read another one.

    • EllenToo

      I forgot to mention that not only would I recommend these books to others I have actually done so many times.

  20. Christine

    I love the Blaze line – the last one I read was Hers for the Holidays by Samantha Hunter (I love all her books!). I just picked up Hot Island Nights by Sarah Mayberry as I read Her Best Worst Mistake this week and wanted to read the prequel. I’m not sure if your giveaway is open to Canada, but if it is then I’d be happy to win 🙂

  21. jcp

    I read them all the time. I’m reading Bartered Bride by Anne Weale. Yes, I would recommend it.

  22. dutcheja

    Last HQ book I read was Big Sky Secrets by Linda Lael Miller. I am a huge fan of Harlequin books and I recommend them all the time. I love them.

  23. ndluebke

    The last one I finished was “All He Ever Needed” by Shannon Stacey.which was pretty good but he was also very domminate. But it is fiction so, I just went with it.

  24. Patti Griner

    Her Return to King’s Bed by Maureen Child. I would recommend it to anybody enjoying this type of romance story.

  25. Carol L

    The last one was Come A Little Closer by Bella Andre and I would definitely recommend it. 🙂 Thnk you for the giveaway chance.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

  26. Angelina

    Aftershock and Afterburn Sylvia Day and Red at Night by Katie McGarry .. Definitely recommend these books 🙂

  27. bn100

    don’t really remember; no
    sorry, accidentally clicked the Booklikes entry; please delete it…thanks

  28. Laurie G

    Renee Ryan-THE MARSHAL TAKES A BRIDE I would recommend her books! I’m going to read her book Finally A Bride soon.

    I also like Kay Stockham- Enjoyed her Tulanes of TN series I recently reread Her Best Friend’s Brother and Another Man’s Baby and His Son’s Teacher I would recommend her books.

    I routinely read Blaze and Presents books. I love and enjoy reading these books. I’ve recently discovered the Historical and Inspirational lines too.

    Authors: Nicola Marsh, Helen Biachin, Cathy Williams, Catherine Mann, Abby Green, Lesley Kelly, Samantha Hunter, Heather MacAlister, Suzanna Carr, Charlene Sands

  29. Jen B

    I listened to the audio version of Savour the Danger by Lori Foster, and yes, I’d recommend it.

  30. Casie boland

    the last book a read was Deadly Contact by Lara Lacombe- a harlequin romantic suspense. I loved it and I would definitely recommend it to anyone. I actually gave it to a co worker to read.

  31. Kate I.

    I think Robyn Carr’s THE CHANCE was my most recent Harlequin (MIRA) title. Her Thunder Point series is a delight for people like myself who enjoy small-town romance (to whom I’d recommend these books, though I suspect that virtually all the regular HJ visitors have read some of Robyn’s work).

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