Now on Scribd: Unlimited Romance from Harlequin

October 2, 2014 • Uncategorized

Our library just got a little (okay, maybe a lot) steamier. We’ve just added more than 15,000 titles from Harlequin, one of the world’s leading publishers of books for women, to our library of more than half a million books. Now, you can spend your evening (or any time of day, really) with bestsellers from Debbie Macomber, Robyn Carr, Susan Wiggs, Heather Graham, and Shannon Stacey, all available by subscription exclusively on Scribd.

So whatever your favorite type of love story  gossip-filled small town romances, Regency-era wooing, crimes of passion, complicated love triangles  we’ve got you covered. Not sure where to get started? Here are a few of our favorites:

 


 

JustOneoftheGuys

A hilarious romantic comedy following a feisty, tomboyish heroine as she returns to her hometown and reunites with her first love. This sweet story serves as a reminder that puppy love may be true love.

 

SummeratWillowLake

First loves, childhood memories, and current romantic quandaries result in a charming book that reads like a perfect summer day: full of light and laughter, with enough emotional heft to draw you in.

 

PromiseCanyon

Frequently found at the top of the New York Times Bestseller list, Robyn Carr has garnered a huge following for her series featuring a small town, strong & smart heroines, and heart-fluttering love stories.

 

LongTallTexanSummer

These three novella-length stories about lonely, world-weary Texas ranchers settling down will melt your heart over and over again. Palmer’s mastery of the Western romance genre shines throughout this collection.

 

StsGate

New York Times bestselling author Carla Neggers’ beloved Sharpe & Donovan series kicks off with this racy thriller that has it all: art, murder, faith, the FBI & the unlikely duo on the case   both in the bedroom & out.

 

TheBridalQuest

A lord with the manners of a rogue is determined to marry a lady known for her caustic wit, making for some especially entertaining repartee in this tale of reluctant-yet-inevitable love.