Harlequin Comics Special feature Just for Benefits

  • Written by Susan Mallery
  • Art by Kyoko Fumizuki
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 4
  • The second volume in a series revolving around the Nelson sisters, featuring the middle sister and resident airhead, Willow. A comic artist by day, Willow meets macho security guard Kane when she trips and injures herself after barging into the home of millionaire Todd Aston III. Kane carries her back to his home to care for her wounds, along with a box full of stray kittens. Smitten by Kane's stoic kindness in the face of ongoing misfortune, Willow decides to go on the offense. But after a passionate kiss, Kane tells her, "I'm not interested in anything more than a one-night stand."
  • Written by Cathy Williams
  • Art by Mitsue Sawada
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 3
  • When author Theo Andreou injures his leg he is told to take some time off to heal. Looking for a nice place to get away from it all, he winds up renting a cottage from a young woman named Sophie Scott. Theo is shocked to find that Sophie looks just like his fiancé that tragically passed away. Will Theo fall for this new woman—or will the pain of the past keep him from getting too close?
  • The Millionaire's Pregnant Wife
  • Written by Sandra Field
  • Art by Kaoru Shinozaki
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 4
  • After taking care of her brothers for ten years, Kelsey North thinks it's high time for her to have some freedom. But before that happens, Kelsey gets offered one last job by millionaire Luke Griffin. Luke is determined to find information on his late mother by looking through his grandmother’s old possessions. During the time they work together, Luke finds Kelsey’s secret "freedom" list, which shows she wants to have an affair. Luke is tempted, and he decides to fulfill her desire. But can he leave it at just that?
The Millionaire's Pregnant Wife-panel (C) SANDRA FIELD
  • Wishing and Hoping
  • Written by Susan Meier
  • Art by Yoko Inoue
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 5
  • Since she was fourteen years old, Tia has loved and wished for a relationship with Drew, a man twelve years her senior. Now at the age of twenty-four, a twist of fate has brought her face-to-face with Drew. For one magical night, all her dreams seemingly come true. Once Drew realizes that she's the daughter of his good friend, the age difference between them takes a toll on his conscience. Will Tia be able to overcome the obstacles ahead and finally have the relationship with Drew she's always wished for? Or are a baby and a callous marriage of convenience all that her wishing has amounted to?
Wishing and Hoping-panel (C) YOKO INOUE
  • The Purchased Wife
  • Written by Michelle Reid
  • Art by Natsue Ogoshi
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 4
  • Mere days before the ceremony, Nell finds out a cruel truth: her marriage is based on a contract. Her husband, a Greek business tycoon ten years her senior, purchased a virgin wife for fifty million dollars. One year later, Nell awakens in a hospital bed after a car crash only to find her husband, Xander Pascalis, there to greet her. After rejecting her on their first night together, the two have always lived apart. However, on this day, Nell sees nothing but anger on his face. "So, has your lover already tasted your forbidden fruit, when I've yet so much as laid eyes on it?"
The Purchased Wife-panel (C) NATSUE OGOSHI

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