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Dear Ms. McCabe, I think this is an example of one of the best titles I’ve seen in a long time. Why? Because it basically covers just about everything in the plot. Like the first of the new Harlequin Undone… more
Dear Ms. Myers, This book isn’t sunshine and rainbows. Scott and Marisol have both been forced to take classes in the school of extremely hard knocks. So I’d advise any readers who just want a happy, pep-me-up after a hard… more
Dear Ms. Lane, Whenever I see a non-Regency Harlequin Historical, I make sure to check it out. Since I enjoyed your last book, “On the Wings of Love,” I also had high hopes for “The Borrowed Bride.” Though it doesn’t… more
Dear Ms. Bird: I was cruising the new Mills & Boon ebook offerings when I saw A Man in a Million in e-form. I’m not terribly familiar with your category backlist although I do have a few in my TBR… more
Stanza and Harlequin have made 4 free ebook minis for the iPhone reader. One of the minis if from Jayne’s favorite authors, Julie Kenner. You can access the freebies via the “Online Catalog” section of the Stanza program.
Dear Ms. Mignerey, One of your earlier Harlequin books, “Cassidy’s Courtship,” is a favorite of mine so when I saw this current book offered at eharlequin, it went into my ecart. Megan Burke thinks this day will be a good… more
Dear Ms. Scott, I noticed the new category of Harlequin Historical this month called “Harlequin Undone.” I assume this is sort of a historical novella kind of thing as this story (in Microsoft Lit) formatted to 101 pages on my… more
Dear Ms. Giusti, I’ve got to say that this is one of the most original romantic suspense plots I’ve encountered in a long time. In a subgenre overflowing with serial killers, secret government operations, ex-SEALs, and other sometimes hard to… more
Warning: no way to avoid some spoilers Dear Ms. Thompson, The plot of “Beauty Shop Tales” could be taken directly from the description of this Harlequin line of books. “Through old friendships, new relationships and newfound personal strength, the heroines… more
Dear Ms. Hansen, Currently I’m on a Love Inspired Suspense kick. In the past, romantic suspense books have been problematic for me as the balance between romance and suspense is hard to get right. Perhaps books without overt sex in… more
Dear Mrs. Merrill, Your latest book (so far only available at Mills and Boon in both print and eform), is one that unfortunately doesn’t work as well for me as the last title of yours I read. Sorry but there’s… more