Tonya's Tidbits is back bringing you the latest news in books and authors from
one of the most loved publishers, Harlequin.
March brings spring and with spring new romances bloom with the following
Jennifer Lewis is an author in my book who always
goes beyond any expectations a long time fan such as myself may have. I always
look forward to her books because I know I am going to have a great experience
with the characters and the plot.
DOORS by Jennifer Lewis is expected to hit shelves March.
It's a captivating love story from Harlequin Desire.
Brooke Nichols has a secret that could destroy the Kincaid family, but her main
focus is to straighten up her boss, RJ Kincaid, who in truth has every reason
to be having a hard time. His mother is now in jail for murdering her husband.
A man who claims to be RJ's brother has stolen the dynasty RJ has worked so
hard maintain. But Brooke sees no reason he should be acting badly. So with her
secret tucked away she pours him a drink and begins a love affair between the
Deborah Hale is a new author for me. She has a
Harlequin Historical coming out in March called, HIS COMPROMISED COUNTESS.
After a hardship between Bennett, Earl of Sterling, and his wife being caught
in the arms of his enemy, he sends Caroline to his remote childhood home-by
herself. Little did he expect to end up there with her. Caroline is outwardly
defiant, with good reason, her husband is now cold and shows no love. But she
knows she has one last chance to heal her wounded heart that still aches for
the love they once shared.
Who doesn't love a little mystery to their romance? Robin Perini does a
great job of delivering romance and mystery to her latest novel, FINDING HER SON.
Mitch Bradford loves his job, but investigating a cold case that involves a
kidnapped infant is his worst nightmare. Emily claims she has been framed, she
isn't behind her little boys disappearance. Mitch believes her. With an injury
he is forced to follow her around and earns her trust. Now Mitch is torn
between his loyalty to Emily and brining home her little boy and his badge.
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