Harlequin Comics Special feature Valentine's Day Selection

  • Mr. Valentine
  • Written by Vicki Lewis Thompson
  • Art by Riho Sachimi
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 4
  • Krysta’s old friend Jack has a secret to tell her: he wrote a book, and he’s getting published! Never did she imagine her timid friend might have an ambitious side. What’s more, Jack’s book is a sweet romance novel, and he’s pretending to be a female author. His publishers want “her” to come down to see them, so he begs Krystal to appear in his place. Thus begins Krystal’s first trip to New York, her first television appearance—and her first time in a luxurious hotel, alone with Jack!
Mr. Valentine-panel (C) RIHO SACHIMI
  • Written by Pamela Bauer
  • Art by Takako Hashimoto
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 5
  • Dylan is coming home to Saint Paul! Maddie, who lives in Dylan's parents' boardinghouse, is in a restless mood. Dylan was a person Maddie admired, her first love, which ended unrequited. But now, fourteen years later, things are different. Maddie has a boyfriend, so despite living under the same roof as Dylan, she shouldn’t have anything to worry about. On the other hand, upon seeing him again, Maddie finds Dylan more attractive than ever…
14 VALENTINE PLACE-panel (C) Takako Hashimoto
  • The One and Only
  • Written by Carole Mortimer
  • Art by Kako Ito
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 4
  • When Joy goes to a restaurant on Valentine's Day during her first trip to London, she has no idea she will meet the big television star Marcus. A chill runs down her spine as he gazes at her with his searching blue eyes. When he asks her to dance, she readily agrees. Surely even a plain librarian from the country is allowed to have a little fun. As they dance, his lips touch hers, and Joy forgets who she is in her passionate response. But then, Marcus gets it into his head that she's an easy woman, and showers her with insults and dirty looks!
The One and Only-panel (C) KAKO ITO
  • Written by Raye Morgan
  • Art by Kyoko Fumizuki
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 5
  • Is she "Cari" or "Cary"? One of them is the girl who Max Angeli was planning to meet for dinner. The other is the girl with whom he ends up wandering the dangerous streets of Dallas late at night with an infant in tow. Cari Christiansen finds herself attracted to this mysterious Italian Texan, but the battles facing the pair might be more spaghetti Western than romantic comedy...
  • Written by Nicola Marsh
  • Art by Mayumi Tanabe
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 3
  • Another year, another Valentine's Day. But Cam's roses are all blue, because on this day six years ago she met the love of her life, Blane, and eloped—only to find him gone three days later. Now she's made her dreams come true and owns her own café. She's happy…that is, until Blane shows up again! He wants to start over, and the touch of her old lover beings to wash away the flames of anger raging inside her. But can she bring herself to trust him again?

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