Thursday, September 3, 2009

Harlequin Happenings: A Smart Bitch Review and Presents Giveaway!

As one of the Test Drivers of a Sony Reader for Smart Bitches Trashy Books, I also received a gift certificate from Harlequin for eBooks with the agreement that I would review one for SBTB. Of course this was no problem...you say free Harlequins and I say where do you want the review sent!

Yesterday, Smart Bitches featured my review of Make Me Yours by Betina Krahn. If you didn't already, head over and check it out and let me know what you think. Here's the link.

In other Harlequin news, I received 4 copies of Lynne Graham's The Italian's Inexperienced Mistress, a Harlequin Presents title, to give away to some lucky readers!

How to win? Just leave me a comment telling me if you have a favorite Harlequin line, author or book on this post (we love recommendations!), or comment on any post from this week. Every comment enters to win, but please only one comment per post. I'll randomly select comments to win on Tuesday Sept. 8th. Good Luck and Happy Reading!

16 comments:

  1. Love the Romantic Suspense and Nocturne lines. They have stellar authors and stories.

    I've gotten so I love the www.eharlequin.com site. They have some super deals, and usually free shipping. I've found myself branching out on some of the other lines, and I'm getting into Rita Herron and Debra Webb's Intrigues, which did not used to be an auto buy line for me.

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  2. My favorite lines are Harlequin Presents and Blazes. Some of my favorite Presents authors are Jane Porter and Kate Walker. Some of my favorite Blaze author are Alison Kent, Tawny Weber and Joanne Rock.

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  3. I don't have a favourite Harlequin line. I love reading everything. Please enter my name in your draw. Thanks.
    wandanamgreb (at) gmail (dot) com

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  4. i like the historical fiction
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  5. I love the Harlequinn Presents, as well as the Nocture series. I know I have a few favorite Harlequinns stashed on my bookshelf, but there are no specific authors I follow. If it has a good sounding title, chances are, I'll pick it up if it's a Harlequinn. I haven't read a bad one yet! Please enter me in the drawing, thanks!

    Morning Glow
    ohmorningglow AT aol DOT com

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  6. please enter me in the giveaway.I like the Nocturne books.
    elaing8(at)netscape.net

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  7. Harlequin Presents is my favorite. The authors I really like are Lynne Graham, Sarah Morgan, and Jennie Lucas.

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  8. I don't have a favorite but I do love Harlequin Presents stories!


    dancealert at aol dot com

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  9. The Nocturne Series is nice too. I just love to read, my own little staycation when I get a new book to read, I get on the couch and don't move until I turn the last page!


    dancealert at aol dot com

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  10. I recommend Sarah Mayberry (Harlequin Blaze and Harlequin Superromances), and Janice Kay Johnson )Harlequin Superromances) and Cheryl St. John (Harlequn Historicals)

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  11. I rarely read categories--but Annie West is absolutely BRILLIANT. EMOTION, EMOTION, EMOTION...you don't feel like it's a short book or that any of the characters aren't well developed. She's just awesome!

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  12. I like Harlequin Historical and Harlequin Medieval Romance best!

    delilah0180(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  13. I normally do not read Harlequin, but have recently discovered Harlequin Spice because of the authors that write in this line. Amazingly rich in detail and sensuality, you can find it Charlotte Featherstone's ADDICTED, and Amanda McIntyre's TORTURED.

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  14. I like Harlequin Presents, Spice and Historicals.
    My favorite Harlequin writers are Lynne Graham, Diana Palmer, Megan Hart and Susan Mallery.

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  15. I love reading most any of the Harlequin lines. It just depends on my mood. My favorites, though, are usually Harlequin Blazes. :)

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  16. I like about all of the Harlequin lines. At different times, I'll feel like reading different lines. It's nice to have so many choices!

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