Category: heroines

Dear Editor…

Welcome to our new monthly Dear Editor feature – where you ask the questions, and we provide the answers! We’ve had some great questions come through already, but do keep them coming – email us at SOLD-Blog@Harlequin.ca or tweet them to @flonicoll. Dear Editor, I have a problem with my heroine. I love her – I think she’s…

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Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, oh, oh, OH YES!

The Importance of Chemistry, by Associate Editor Pippa Roscoe There are fourteen yeses when Sally fakes her orgasm to Harry—I counted. Twice. (Much to the IT department's embarrassment.) All in the name of research I assure you! It's probably one of the most memorable film moments in romantic comedy history, and if you haven't seen…

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50 Shades of an Active Heroine

By Carly Silver, Editorial Assistant, Harlequin Special Edition Harlequin heroines are leading women worthy of stage, screen, and page. They range from vampire maidens to virgin brides, bad girls to businesswomen ruling the boardroom. That said, it's not always easy to write the dynamic female lead that we like to see. At first, "active" and…

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