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Until two things happened:. Omigod what a cornucopia of romance analysis! This is when I discovered that amongst romance readers Harlequins were given the same weight as standalones. I know, shocking. I read PhD dissertation-level posts, dissecting the Harlequin Presents line. It filled my soul seeing these smart, smart ladies not turning their noses up at HQ but instead embracing them with fangirl fervor. I joined Scribd a little over a year ago, back when they were still an all you can eat Harlequin romance buffet. Back before they decided to jettison those voracious romance readers who were eating them out of house and home.
Scribd had all the things! And then I got on Twitter and chatted incessantly with other diehard Harlequin lovers and life was wonderful, until, you know, Scribd dropped most of their Harlequins. And then I dropped Scribd. The angst factor, the pure romance of a Harlequin is cracktastic. I can devour an HP in a night and the next day, a superromance over a weekend. So of course I feel guilt for being part of the problem. With so much choice, it can be tricky making that final decision on what to read.
Analysis paralysis. We all know the quality can be uneven in HQ. But hey, that can happen with any publisher and with any subgenre. The trick with HQ is finding the authors and the lines you like. Mix and match until you find that HQ sweet spot. This last winter or fall?
An oldie but a goodie.
It was terrific. Great depth. We all went crazy for it. So much fun. What keeps me coming back for more Harlequin despite all the shiny out there, are authors like Sarah M. The heroine is half Native American, a young woman trying to make her way in the world, while at the same time reaching back to help her family and community on the reservation where she grew up.
O Harlequin, Where Art Thou? asks Michele Mills - All About Romance
I think a smart step in the right direction would be the disbanding of the Kimani line and the inclusion of those books in preexisting lines. This way those fabulous Kimani books are sold to everyone, not just targeted towards an African-American demographic. That type of racially targeted marketing is now becoming old fashioned, not what twenty-first century readers are wanting.
Harlequins are like an old blanket I like to curl up in, the sameness is comforting, but I also enjoy keeping up to date with the latest fabrics and colors.
No pesky sub plots, villages of secondary characters, prologues and epilogues. Sometimes you want a quick story you can potentially finish in a day. No surprises. They provide every trope under the sun. Secret baby trope? You want a friends to lovers trope combined with marriage of convenience, he knocks her up and she suffers from amnesia? Harlequin has you covered.
How cool is that? So tell me, what is your Harlequin discovery story? Which lines do you read? What authors are your favorites? Are you disappointed with Scribd too, or is it just me? And…How do you get your Harlequin?
The library? By mail? Mainly ebook now? Michele Mills teaches High School English to unruly teenagers and enjoys cooking for her husband and two sons. Die for You , the first book in her new post-apocalyptic series from Samhain, is available now. I love the angst, the alpha badass heroes and the virgin heroines who tame the heroes. Sadly the most recent HPs have been a disappointment.
The heroes are no longer badass alphas, the heroines are less likely to be virgins, the heroines have become unlikeable versions of Sex in the City characters and the stories are more likely to be the hero and heroine naval gazing spennding pages self analyzing themselves. In spite of my criticisms I still read HPs but first I wait for others to spoil them to avoid triggers. This I totally understand. Yeah, I have to say I love those HPs with the growly alphas. Levertijd We doen er alles aan om dit artikel op tijd te bezorgen. Our Authors Sherelle Green Sherelle Green is a Chicago native with a dynamic imagination and a passion for reading and writing.
Although she loves to read all genres, romance holds a special place in her heart. Her love for romance developed in high school after stumbling across a hot and steamy Harlequin novel.
She was captivated by the idea that fate plays a hand in bringing together a great man and an amazing woman who may not be perfect, but are perfect for each other. She instantly became an avid romance reader and despite her desire to create a great romance novel, she put her dream on hold to write for newspapers and magazines while in high school and college. Upon receiving her BA in English from Northern Illinois University, Sherelle decided to test her skills at storytelling by composing a fifty-page romance.
The short, but sweet, story only teased her creative mind, but it gave her the motivation she needed to follow her dream of becoming a published author. Free download. Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device.
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