Harlequin for Libraries

Harlequin for Libraries

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Welcome to the Harlequin Library Hardcover program. Select trade and mass-market paperback authors that your patrons love are now available in hardcover form—just for libraries.

For a regularly updated list of our library hardcover editions (and other seasonal catalogs), visit http://bit.ly/HQcatalogs.

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…)

Christmas in October? That’s right, we said it! Our beloved Harlequin authors are ready to ring in the most wonderful time of the year during the spookiest of seasons with brand new library hardcovers! Below are the titles out this month in trade paperback and exclusive library hardcover editions: A California Christmas by Brenda Novak, Oct. 13 9780778310129 One More For Christmas by Sarah Morgan, Oct. 6 9781335448972 Christmas at Holiday House by RaeAnne (read more…)

September: the month that heralds so many good things. Back to school (fresh notebooks and pencils – yay), pumpkin spice lattes (so cliche, but so delicious), falling leaves (fun for dogs and those who don’t have to rake) and, of course, new library hardcovers. Below are the titles out this month in trade paperback and exclusive library hardcover editions: Chance of a Lifetime by Jude Deveraux, Sept. 15 9780778310112 Dreaming (read more…)

The View from Alameda Island cover

It’s no secret that we adore Robyn Carr around here. Who else can use humor and enormous heart to tackle a story about why unhappily married people stay together, and the courage it might take to walk away? So we’re thrilled with her starred review from Library Journal, which says of The View From Alameda Island [MIRA Books]: “Brimming with insight, tender sensuality, sympathetic characters, and family anxiety, this story (read more…)

The Lost Girls of Paris cover

Pam Jenoff fans, we have great news for your book clubs. The discussion kit for her acclaimed New York Times bestselling novel, The Lost Girls of Paris [Park Row Books], is now posted for your (free!) downloading pleasure. Don’t miss the chance to delve deeper into this beautiful novel inspired by the real-life women spies of World War II. Says Kate Quinn, author of the beloved The Alice Network: “Pam Jenoff’s (read more…)