Heroes and Heroines
  • Destination: Texas Posted on March 24, 2017

    by Karen Green They say everything is bigger in Texas, and no doubt that saying applies to the possibility for romance, as well. Maybe it’s the sunsets; maybe it’s the vast swaths of beautiful plains or the vistas from the plateaus ... Read More…

  • 6 Amish Romances that Will Appeal to Every Reader       Posted on March 14, 2017

    by Karen Green Secrets, tension, triumph, love and longing: as book lovers, we know that these are some of the most important ingredients used when cooking up a delicious read. We savor these themes and topics in our favorite romance stories—so ... Read More…

  • Discover the Powerful, Clever New Historical Heroine Posted on March 6, 2017

    by Julia London, author of  Sinful Scottish Laird I first began to read historical romances in the days when an innocent heroine was claimed by a man—but then charmed the pants right off him, both literally and figuratively, ... Read More…

  • Find Your Harlequin Hero Posted on September 9, 2016

    Looking for a hunky hero to spend some time with this weekend? You’ve come to the right place! Check out our recommendations below for some heroes you’ll definitely want to get to know and don’t forget to visit our ... Read More…

  • Mission: Defense! Top Ten Men in Uniform for August Posted on August 8, 2016

    Earlier this year, Harlequin.com presented the Best of the Best lists — recommended reads from themes like babies to international romance. ... Read More…

  • The Makings of an Outlaw Hero Posted on July 7, 2016

    by Harper St. George, author of The Innocent and the Outlaw I’m so excited to be here today talking with you about one of my favorite types of heroes: the Outlaw! These heroes get to go on brave adventures ... Read More…

  • Get to know hero Dr. James Rothsberg Posted on July 5, 2016

    The staff at the Hollywood Hills Clinic are renowned for being dedicated lifesavers, but we managed to steal a quick moment with the dashing Dr. James Rothsberg. What’s really going on behind those ... Read More…

  • How Ideas (and Friendships) Grow Posted on June 23, 2016

    by RaeAnne Thayne, author of Riverbend Road I have been writing novels for more than twenty-five years and still find it difficult to explain how I go from the first raw idea to a ... Read More…

  • Love the Gentle Giants! Posted on June 6, 2016

    by Vicki Lewis Thompson, author of Cowboy All Night (Thunder Mountain Brotherhood series, Harlequin Blaze) What fun to be on the Harlequin blog today talking about my favorite subject—heroes! Currently, I’m focused on the ones we call gentle giants. ... Read More…

  • Saluting Military Heroes and Heroines Posted on May 26, 2016

    In honor of Memorial Day and the brave men and women who serve, we asked Harlequin authors o share some special messages about writing military characters and the real-life heroes and heroines who inspire them. Anne Marsh, author of Daring ... Read More…