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Amy Loosemore—Manager, Online Engagement. That means Amy is behind all kinds of Harlequin’s digital projects like Harlequin.com splash pages, email newsletters, Twitter, I Heart Presents blog and, of course, The Harlequin Blog!

Eleanor Elliott—Director, Digital Capabilities. Eleanor leads the charge on Harlequin.com and Harlequin’s eBook business. While not working with her team on delivering the best bookstore experience possible, she’s reading, watching TV (sci-fi & reality TV are her faves), cooking something tasty, or rolling around on the floor with her toddler.

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  3. Billie Beardsley

    I bougtht Sherryl Woods A Chesapeak Shores Christmas at Sam’s Club and it repeats pages 65 after page 96 and leaves out 96 to page 129.
    Am I the only one?

  4. I am looking for a Love Inspired series book, where the female lead had been taking care of her nephew when his Mother was addicted to drugs. can anyone help me out with the name of the book

  5. Y Luckie

    I just read Her Cowboy Avenger by Kerry Connor and I was wondering if this was a reprint with a different name? I know I have read at least part of the story before if not all of it and I don’t like paying for a new book when it is an old one.

  6. Hi Y Luckie,
    I just saw your question. As the author, I can assure you Her Cowboy Avenger is a brand new book. I don’t know if you read another book that was similar in some way, but it definitely wasn’t this one. In any case, I hope you enjoyed it!

    Kerry Connor

  7. Dear sir/madam,

    In the next issue of the Dutch magazine for booksellers and publishers, Boekblad, I would like to use a photograph I found on your site: http://harlequinblog.com/2011/11/ereading-tips-from-the-harlequin-digital-team/

    May I use this photograph to illustrate an article on e-reading? And is it possible to receive the original hires image? Many thanks in advance for your reply!

    With kind regards,
    Wouter de Vries

    Editor Boekblad

  8. LaVerne H Mosley

    can these book be writing in big prints for some of the reader who can not read the small prints

  9. Hi Laverne,

    Yes, we have Harlequin titles available in large print! Please see a list of the lines available in large print here: http://www.harlequin.com/store.html?cid=622304

    Amy from Harlequin

  10. I am hoping you can help me. I grew up on Harlequins and am trying to re-purchase and archive my favorites. I am only interested in vintage Harlequin Presents 1-600. I can’t always remember the names of the stories but I would recognize the cover. Are you aware of any blog that features the cover art of vintage Harlequin Presents?



  11. Hi Gretchen,

    Here are a couple sites that will have covers of vintage Harlequin Presents — hope these help!


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  14. I am looking for a Harlequin either Desire or Special Edition that I read back in the 1980’s I believe, but cannot remember the name of the book or characters names.
    The story is about an Irish cop who wants to be a writer who is sent to protect a young woman who owns an antique shop. Her partner, a man, is the one behind trying to have her killed. Please help me if you can. I really appreciate it as I have been looking for a long time for this one.
    Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!

  15. Mary-Theresa

    that was A MATTER OF CHOICE, an Intimate Moments from May 1984! It was a good one!

  16. Thank you so much for your reply. I have looked for this one for years and here it is.

    I really do appreciate it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  17. I’m just starting out writing and I heard harlequin doesn’t go for ‘love triangles’. In my story the hero is seeing a girl for first 3 chapters but not seriously. Is this allowed? tks.

  18. Mary-Theresa Hussey (Exec Editor, Harlequin)


    Love triangles are an external conflict that isn’t that popular these days. They can work, depending on overall story and plot, but it’s often more of a challenge. It would depend on the line and situation. If either the hero or heroine is involved with another person, it can limit the amount of time spent together or the emotional risks for the characters.

    Sadly, like so many other options, it’s an “it all depends” answer!

  19. Anna Kowalchuk

    Thanks so much for your answer. Anna.

  20. Joan Chipp-Smith

    I hope you can help me,am looking for a Mira book Historical Romance printed in 2006
    might have been a reprint.
    The art work is of a lady in a cloak with her hand on a iron gate similer art was used on a Deanna Raybourne book.

    The story is set in Spain.A lady and her maid are being chased and are hidden by the hero. It is the first of three books.

    Thank You

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