Romances on Sale in April

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  • Dangerous Ties (trade paperback–APHR) by Devyn Quinn, Jodi Lynn Copeland, and Anya Howard order from
  • Eternal Lover (KENS) by Hannah Howell, Lynsay Sands, Jackie Kessler, and Richelle Mead order from
  • Girls from Da Hood 3 (URB) by KaShamba Williams, Mark Anthony, and Madame K order from
  • More Than Words: Volume 5 (trade paperback–HAR) by Heather Graham, Candace Camp, Stephanie Bond, Brenda Jackson, and Tara Taylor Quinn order from
  • Mothers and Daughters: An Anthology: The Hair Ribbons/Unforgettable (SH) by Deborah Bedford and Linda Goodnight order from
  • A Mother’s Heart: The Promise/You Belong to Me/A Daughter’s Journey (HAR) by Sharon Sala, Isabel Sharpe, and Linda Cardillo order from
  • Sexy Beast VI (trade paperback–APHR) by Kate Douglas, Anya Howard, and Lydia Parks order from
  • Streets of New York, Volume 1 (trade paperback–AP) by Mark Anthony, Erick S. Gray, Anthony Whyte, and Shannon Holmes order from

Chick Lit

Contemporary/Contemporary Romantic Suspense





Science Fiction

Harlequin/Silhouettte/Steeple Hill Series Titles

Harlequin Series Titles

Harlequin American

Harlequin Best of Betty Neels

Harlequin Bianca

Harlequin Blaze

Harlequin Historical

Harlequin Intrigue

Harlequin Kimani Romance

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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