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

Posted May 24th, 2014 by in Blog, Giveaway, Spotlight, _Harlequin Romances / 49 comments

Harlequin Books Spotlight & Giveaway: Showcasing MAY 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!

 

Breaking Point by Lindsay McKenna

BP3In the line of fire…

OPERATION SHADOW WARRIORS

An ongoing U.S. military experiment to test the integration of trained female military operatives in live combat scenarios…

The Alpha Platoon. A unit of Navy SEALs stationed in the unforgiving dryness of Afghanistan…who just learned that their newest team member is a woman. But Bay Thorn has a spine of steel—and the chops to prove it. Without a team to back her up, however, she’s dead in the water. And her only ally is Gabe Griffin, a lone SEAL who is lethal, dangerous and unbearably attractive….

Between the open hostility from her team and the harsh Al Qaeda territory, Gabe is a lifeline for Bay. But mutual respect quickly grows into mutual attraction. And with each day and every assignment, the longing only deepens.

They mustn’t speak of it. Mustn’t act on it. Because in this line of work, falling in love can get you killed…

Push by Claire Wallis

PUShI feel like I am wrapped in a cyclone. Everything is whirling around me, drawing the air out of my lungs and filling me with the best kind of turmoil. Every time his tongue slides against mine, a prickle in my gut tells me how right we are together. How much I need David. How much I need us.

I hope the cyclone never stops.

Emma Searfoss has spent a lifetime trying to escape her abusive stepfather. It’s why she moved far away from home. It’s why she’s kept no ties with her remaining family. And it’s why she’s got a major rage problem. When her neighbor shows up to fix the kitchen in her new apartment, his enigmatic charm calms the fire in her. David is cool and collected, and he makes Emma feel safe for the first time ever. But David has his own chilling past—his six previous girlfriends have all disappeared without a trace. Emma’s walking a dangerous line, but David’s pull is intoxicating. And impossible to resist…

 

GIVEAWAY: Breaking Point by Lindsay McKenna (Print) + Push by Claire Wallis (ebook)

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49 Responses to “#Harlequin Books Spotlight & Giveaway: Showcasing MAY romance releases!”

  1. Christy

    I think the last Harlequin book I read was The Best Man by Kristan Higgins. It wasn’t my favorite of her novels, but if you’re a fan of her other novels then I would suggest it.

  2. Christine

    the last one I read was Hot Island Nights by Sarah Mayberry, it was so good! I want to go back and get all of her backlist!

  3. Patricia Pinkston

    I’m currently reading Seasons of Change by Melinda Curtis. Enjoying it a lot, and definitely recommend it.

  4. marcyshuler

    Today I started reading LAST GROOM STANDING by Kimberly Lang. It’s the last title in a 4 book Harlequin KISS multi-author continuity. These stories are about four college friends that had a falling out. It fast forwards 10 years as they come back together again for a wedding. I’ve been really enjoying this series and these characters.

  5. Lori Meehan

    It was by Jennifer Hayward. She’s really good I would defiantly recommend her books b

  6. Leanna

    Always on My Mind by Bella Andre Great book! This is a great series. I would definately recommend.

  7. Tammy Y

    The District by Carol Ericson. Harlequin Intrigue. Loved it and recommended. I love Harlequin books. I also read A Seal’s Kiss by Tawny Weber – Highly recommended too

  8. BookLady

    I read The Darkest Craving (Lords of the Underworld) by Gena Showalter. I highly recommend this book if you enjoy paranormal romance.

  9. Kai W.

    The last two Harlequin books I read are Double Take by Leslie Kelly and My Secret Fantasies by Joanne Rock. I love these two stories since they both address our naughty sides.

  10. Kim Perry

    Seducing His Princess by Olivia Gates and I would recommend pretty much any of her books!

  11. Taswmom

    I don’t remember. But I do remember reading a series by Tina Leonard about 4 brothers whose estranged father was finding them wives, and setting them up in different ways without letting on it was a setup. I thoroughly enjoyed them.

  12. Linda

    I don’t remember, I don’t usually pay attention to the publisher of the books. Author – yes.

  13. Cathy P

    A SEAL’S KISS by Tawny Weber. I highly recommend it because Tawny knows how to draw a reader in.

  14. erinf1

    I love Kristan Higgins books 😉 Definitely recommend them to anyone 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  15. carol L

    It was a couple of Bella Andre’s books. I love her Sullivan series books. Thanks for this chance to win.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

  16. Thuy Phan

    The last Harlequin book I read was Kristan Higgins’s The Perfect Match, and I would recommend it to anyone who wants a story with LOL moments as well as moments that pull at your heartstrings. Love her work.

  17. Erika

    It was probably a little bit ago! I think I’d recommend it just can’t remember the last one I read since I read a lot. Thanks!

  18. audrey

    Hmm.. last harlequin book I read was The Prosecutor by Adrienne Giordano from the Intrigue line. I’d recommend it, I liked how it was able to capture the legal mindset of lawyers :]

  19. Tammy Cyr

    I actually read Planning for Love by Christi Barth recently. I would recommend reading it, as I enjoyed it and am currently looking for other books in the same series.

  20. Ana Smith

    No Matter What by Janice Kay Johnson, and while the book did have it’s flaws, I would recommend it.

  21. ndluebke

    The last Harlequin was an Intrigue Tilleled “Reluctant Witness” by Kathleen Long.I really enjoyed it and would reconmend most Harlequin books.

  22. Kate I.

    My most recent Harlequin was NAVY SEAL SURRENDER, the first installment in Angi Morgan’s Texas Family Reckoning series. I’d recommend Angi’s work for anyone who would enjoy an Intrigue set in the Lone Star State “honor and danger collide with love.”

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