It was SO much fun to sit down and catch up with New York Times bestselling Author Brenda Novak on her recent visit to the Romance Mothership. Watch the video interview with Brenda below, and don’t miss her latest Whiskey Creek novel Come Home to Me.
What The Librarian Did by Karina Bliss
April is School Library month, and tucked inside that is National Library Week from April 13-19. So in honor of librarians everywhere (and my mom :-)) I gathered up some recent and slightly older Harlequin titles featuring librarian heroines for us to enjoy. Please note there’s a selection of print and ebook to suit everyone’s reading tastes.
So if you like books, go thank a Librarian today….thanks Mom!
Welcome to The Chatsfield
Step into the opulent glory of the world’s most elite hotel, where the clients are the impossibly rich and exceptionally famous.
For years, the children of global hotel entrepreneur Gene Chatsfield have shocked the world’s media with their exploits. But no longer! When a new CEO is appointed to bring them into line, little does he know what he is starting. Will they rise to the challenge set by a man who hides dark secrets in his past?
Your room has been reserved. Explore the hotel to discover all the passion and scandal The Chatsfield has to offer….
Don’t miss a single book in The Chatsfield miniseries! Collect all 8 fantastic titles and download the ebook prequel, coming soon.
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Visit the I Heart Presents blog for more about alpha heroes, decadent glamour and jet-set stories from Harlequin Presents.
CBC launched a pretty popular hashtag event today called #prequelthisbook to ostensibly celebrate the upcoming release of…this. It just makes me sad.
“The indelible character Mammy, Scarlett O’Hara’s maid from Margaret Mitchell’s classic novel Gone With the Wind, will star in a prequel book that follows her arrival in Georgia.
Simon & Schuster imprint Atria will publish Donald McCaig’s book Ruth’s Journey in October.
McCaig previously wrote a followup book about Rhett Butler authorized by the Mitchell estate.
Gone With the Wind was adapted into a hugely popular Hollywood movie that featured Hattie McDaniel in the role of Mammy. McDaniel’s performance as the no-nonsense servant led to her becoming the first black performer to win an Oscar.”
Noooooo……Why can’t we leave our classic fiction alone…is there no originality left?