Romances on Sale in April

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  • Crimes by Moonlight: Mysteries from the Dark Side (hardcover–BERK) by Charlaine Harris, Carolyn Hart, Barbara D’Amato, Margaret Maron, and Max Allan Collins order from
  • Men of Danger (STMS) by Lora Leigh, Red Garnier, Alexis Grant, and Lorie O’Clare order from
  • More Than Words, Volume 6: Almost Lost/Sheltering Hearts/Safely Home/No Limits/The Princess Shoes (trade paperback–HAR) by Joan Johnston, Robin Carr, Christina Skye, Rochelle Alers, and Maureen Child order from
  • Shifting Dreams (trade paperback–SAM) by Robie Madison, Vivi Andrews, and Kinsey W. Holley order from

Chick Lit

Contemporary/Contemporary Romantic Suspense





Science Fiction

Street/Urban Fiction

Harlequin/Silhouettte/Steeple Hill Series Titles

Harlequin Series Titles

Harlequin American

Harlequin Bianca

Harlequin Blaze

Harlequin Historical

  • 987 Lady Arabella’s Scandalous Marriage by Carole Mortimer order from
  • 988 His Californian Countess by Kate Welsh order from
  • 989 To Catch a Rogue by Amanda McCabe order from
  • 990 Pleasurably Undone!: Seducing a Stranger/The Viking’s Forbidden Love-Slave/Disrobed and Dishonored/A Night for Her Pleasure/The Unlacing of Miss Leigh by Christine Merrill, Michelle Willingham, Louise Allen, and Terri Brisbin order from

Harlequin Intrigue

Harlequin Kimani Romance

Harlequin NASCAR

Harlequin Presents

Harlequin Romance

Harlequin Superromance

Silhouette Series Titles

Silhouette Desire

Silhouette Nocturne

Silhouette Romantic Suspense

Silhouette Special Edition

Steeple Hill Love Inspired

Steeple Hill Love Inspired Historical

Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense


Bessie Makris prepares these lists for AAR. As with all of our volunteer staff, here’s a bit about her, in her own words:

My two greatest interests (some would say obsessions) are books of all kinds and movies. I satisfy one by working as a Librarian (in Fort Wayne, Indiana), haunting bookstores, and constantly reading and the other by volunteering with a local cinema group. My interest in the romance genre is long standing – I discovered Georgette Heyer in April, 1972 and series romances during the summer of 1985. Before Heyer, I read a lot of historical novels but was never quite sure what I was looking for. After Heyer, I knew it was humor and romance combined with interesting characters in a historically accurate setting and I have been trying to recapture that reading experience ever since. I also read Mysteries, a little Science Fiction and graphic novels. I collect pop-up books and morters and pestles.

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