Harlequin for Libraries

Harlequin for Libraries

Category: Fiction

It’s the holiday season and we can’t decide what we love more; getting gifts or giving them? Whatever your opinion, we are gifting you with Library Hardcover Editions, exclusively for libraries. Below are the titles out this month in trade paperback and mass market max, in their exclusive library hardcover editions for you from us at Harlequin: Wrong Alibi by Christina Dodd, Dec. 29; 9781335549594 Net Force: Attack Protocol by Jerome (read more…)

The life of Cuban-born Hollywood actress and singer Estelita Rodriguez may be but a blip in Wikipedia, but in reality her tragically short life had all the triumphs, adventure, and heartache of an epic film. Her now-grown daughter Nina Lopez felt that Estelita’s life deserved to be memorialized–and commissioned author Serena Burdick to tell the story. The resulting work of historical fiction, FIND ME IN HAVANA [Park Row Books, January (read more…)

We are thrilled to have two books on the last LibraryReads list of 2020! Don’t miss Tarryn Fisher’s twisted, inspired-by-true-events story, THE WRONG FAMILY [Dec. 29, Graydon House] and T.A. Willberg’s if-Nancy-Drew-joined-an-underground-steampunk-agency-in-London mystery, MARION LANE AND THE MIDNIGHT MURDER [Dec. 29, Park Row]. They’re both still available on Netgalley and Edelweiss for you to take a sneak peek before they go on sale! THE WRONG FAMILY (also available in Library (read more…)

In the US, November is the time for giving thanks and counting blessings. We at Harlequin are so thankful for our libraries and librarians that we’ve created Library Hardcover Editions, exclusively for libraries. Below are the titles out this month in trade paperback and mass market max, in their exclusive library hardcover editions: The Diplomats Wife by Pam Jenoff, Nov. 24; 9780778311089 Wyoming True by Diana Palmer, Nov. 10; 9781335778697 For (read more…)

Ever wonder how Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility would look if it were set in modern times–say, in Washington DC’s social scene? Author Lauren Edmonson decided to revisit Austen’s classic about the constraints of the patriarchy and the unbreakable bond of sisterhood in her “original” retelling, Ladies of the House [Feb. 9, Graydon House Books]. Booklist has fallen in love with the Richardson sisters, giving them and their story of (read more…)