Spotlight on Harlequin Superromance

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Not sure if you’ve noticed, but there’s a something a little different about Harlequin Superromance these days. Yes, we have beautiful new covers…but there’s something else. The stories are longer! That means more romance, more story, more characters in every Superromance novel.

And the authors are definitely delivering that more. See what we’ve got to offer this month!

In THE OTHER SIDE OF US by Sarah Mayberry some canine hijinks bring together two people who have romance as the last thing on their minds. But you know…where the dogs lead, the humans must follow!

With A HOMETOWN BOY Janice Kay Johnson delivers a deeply moving story about a community healing from a tragedy. The romance at the heart of this book shows how hope and optimism can carry us through…and how we should never give up on that teenage sweetheart.

Kimberly Van Meter wraps up her Family in Paradise miniseries with SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN. Spend some more time with the Bell sisters and read what happens when to fling—and those plans for the future—when there’s a baby involved!

Debut author Jennifer McKenzie writes about an entertainment reporter who definitely does not have a thing for her boss. Until they go on assignment at a film festival, that is. Read what happens in THAT WEEKEND…

When the heroine of Vicki Essex’s BACK TO THE GOOD FORTUNE DINER reluctantly returns home, not everything is as she expected it to be. That’s especially true for the guy she used to tutor!

If you’ve been reading Tara Taylor Quinn’s It Happened in Comfort Cove miniseries, then you know the missing child case is close to being solved. Don’t miss THE TRUTH ABOUT COMFORT COVE for the answers and a surprising romance, too.

As you can see there are a lot of great stories to be excited about with Superromance. Be sure to check them out then tell us what you think.

     

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2 Responses to Spotlight on Harlequin Superromance

  1. So far I have read two of the six books. I thought A Hometown Boy was a very emotional and well thought out book. that weekend was a great debut book despite my misgivings when I realized a bit of the book was going to be in text messages.

  2. If you aren’t reading SuperRomance – why?
    Listed under the category of Romance With More you’ll get a great story and meet characters with lives that you can relate to.
    You may laugh and cry and cheer on the hero and heroine on their journey to a happy-ever-after.

    What are you waiting for? Pick one (or two or all 6) today!!

    **I originally posted this on January 11

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