A Harlequin Calendar

by Amy Loosemore, Harlequin.com

Is there a Harlequin book with each month of the year in its title? I took the challenge to find out — and keep reading to see if I succeeded…

A January Chill by Rachel Lee

january chill

Anger, resentment and deceit threaten to destroy a family that teeters on the verge of collapse, until four damaged souls can learn to forgive…and allow themselves to love in this wintery romantic mystery by Rachel Lee.

“The February 14th Secret” by Cindy Dees in Deadly Valentine

Colt McQuade is a soldier with a secret, and Layla Freeman is the one person who can unravel it in this novella that puts a dangerous twist on the most romantic day of the year.

Baby Starts the Wedding March by Amy Frazier

Okay, I confess — March was the biggest challenge to find in a book title! But this classic Special Edition by Amy Frazier about a pregnant heroine and her best friend who wants to more comes close.

April Moon by Merline Lovelace, Susan King and Miranda Jarrett

Three historical romances make up April’s titular book — why not read it this month? šŸ™‚

When May Follows by Betty Neels

A classic marriage of convenience romance by Betty Neels, who also invoked months with books called Tempestuous April and Last April Fair.

Fortuneā€™s June Bride by Allison Leigh

Could a wedding for a week lead to marriage for a lifetime? Find out in this new addition to the beloved Fortune family series, which will be out in — you guessed it — June 2015 from Harlequin Special Edition.

Born on the 4th of July by Jill Shalvis, Rhonda Nelson and Karen Foley

July really heats up with this Harlequin Blaze anthology featuring military heroes.

Hot August Nights by Christine Flynn

One night, one man, one big mistake! A one-night stand with Matt Calloway comes back to haunt Ashley Kendrick when they have to work together on a character project.

The Sweetest September by Liz Talley

All John Beauchamp wants is a simple life–until one one crazy night of passion with Shelby Mackey changes everything in this Harlequin Superromance, a 2015 RITA Award finalist for best Contemporary Romance: Long!

Come October by Patricia Kay

The woman who used to be known as Claire Sherman knows your life can change in the blink of an eye. October is all about winds of change in this novel.

Mr. November by Lori Foster

Amanda Barker ropes in sexy firefighter Josh Marshall to pose for her fund-raising calendar in this fun contemporary romance by bestselling author Lori Foster!

Falling for Dr. December by Susanne Hampton

A charity calendar is also the key to romance for photographer Laine Phillips and Dr. December, Pierce Beaumont, in this Harlequin Medical Romance.

So there you have it — a Harlequin title for every month of the year! Can you name other books with months in the title?

 

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