Harlequin for Libraries

Harlequin for Libraries

Category: Fiction

After a helluva a year (the technical term for 2020), we were so pleased and honored to see four of our beloved titles featured in Library Journal’s Best Books 2020 Lists! Here’s hoping it’s a good omen for the promise of 2021! Now, let’s see what our friends at Library Journal had to say about their selections: LJ POP FICTION: SAVING RUBY KING by Catherine Adel West: A beautiful debut (read more…)

A brand new year means New Year’s resolutions. Our first resolution? Read! More! Books! We’re starting with our two titles that we’re releasing in Library Hardcover Editions, exclusively for libraries. Below are the titles out this January in trade paperback, mass market max, and exclusive library hardcover editions so you can join us with our reading resolution: No Holding Back by Lori Foster, Jan. 26; 9781335250971 Find Me In Havana by (read more…)

Honey Girl cover

Morgan Rogers‘ #ownvoices, coming-of-age debut is a fresh spin on an endearing trope. In Honey Girl [Feb. 23, Park Row] meet Grace Porter, a no-nonsense young woman who celebrates the completion of her Ph.D … with a drunken wedding in Vegas, followed by a summer away in NYC throwing caution to the wind with the beautiful, creative wife she barely knows. The love for the book is through the roof, (read more…)

Morgan Rogers‘ #ownvoices rom-com, HONEY GIRL (February 23, Park Row), has already been called one of the “32 LGBTQ Books That Will Change the Literary Landscape in 2021” by OprahMag.com. What is Morgan doing over the holidays besides taking the romance world by storm? She popped in to tell us about her favorite things in this unusual holiday season. (Hint: it involves her highly recommended must-watch shows, rounded out with (read more…)