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Summer is full of delightful things to do: climbing trees, napping on the beach, and (most importantly) checking out upcoming Harlequin reads! Below are some of the hot titles garnering library buzz on GalleyChat*: Beautiful Bad: for the dark and twisted librarian (Park Row Books; March 26)   Secret Language of Cats: for the cat-lady librarian (Hanover Square Press; Nov. 6)   When The Lights Go Out: for the sleepless librarian (read more…)

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It’s not too late to visit the Menagerie…     In 1986, the country experienced one of humanity’s most horrific tragedies, The Reaping— a nationwide slaughter of six-year-old children by their parents. And perhaps even more terrifying: The few six-year-old survivors aren’t the children their families believed they were. Fast-forward to the 25th birthday of Delilah Marlow,  an ordinary young woman in a not-quite-ordinary world, visiting a breathtaking traveling carnival of fantastical creatures, (read more…)

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EW.com featured Lori Foster’s Cooper’s Charm [HQN], a two-romances-in-one story set against the backdrop of a charming camping resort of the same name, in its round-up Hot Stuff: July romance novels tackle tricky tropes. And they threw in this fun comp to a cult film favorite for good measure: “The story is a heart-warming tale of four broken people whose affection and care for one another helps them to heal in myriad ways. (read more…)

In Jennifer Yu’s novel Four Weeks, Five People [Harlequin TEEN], we met five high schoolers reluctantly brought together–and reluctantly bonding–at a summer camp for troubled kids. There, we got to know four of the teens, their backgrounds, and what led them to spend a summer with complete strangers. But there was one character we only got glimpses of: a mysteriously hardened veteran camper named Stella. Imagine Us Happy [Oct. 2018] is (read more…)

Editor and author Saundra Mitchell brought together an all-star cast of YA’s best LGBTQ+ authors for one magnificent historical fiction anthology, All Out: The No-Longer-Secret Stories of Queer Teens Throughout the Ages [HarlequinTeen]. Authors including Robin Talley, Tess Sharpe, Alex Sanchez, and Elliot Wake contributed short stories about queer teens that span across six centuries and focus on self-discovery, first love, and adventure! “Readers searching for positive, nuanced, and authentic queer representation—or just a (read more…)

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