The Holiday Haul of Half-Off Harlequins

I hate you people. This is ALL YOUR FAULT.

The Spy Who Saved Christmas by Dana Marton Spy Hard by Dana Marton Protective Measures by Dana Marton

Back to the Good Fortune Diner by Vicki Essex The Other Side of Us by Sarah Mayberry Canadian Mounties Bundle by Kate Bridges

All Roads Lead Home by Christine Johnson A Dangerous Seduction by Patricia Frances Rowell Forbidden Lady by Anne Herries

Warriors in Winter by Michelle Willingham Virgin Slave, Barbarian King by Louise Allen A Stranger's Touch by Anne Herries

The Alchemist's Daughter by Elaine Knighton Ice Maiden by Debra Lee Brown Unicorn Vengeance by Claire Delacroix

Hero count:

5 Mounties, 4 Vikings, 3 spies, 2 knights,
bodyguard, barbarian, mechanic, chieftain,
engineer, earl, farmer & Templar soldier

Let’s take a closer look at that last one, shall we?

Unicorn Vengeance by Claire Delacroix - original 1995 cover

Drawn Together By Destiny

Genevieve de Pereille’s music echoed in the hollows of Wolfram’s heart,
pulling him into an unfamiliar world where his knightly vows faded
to a distant murmur. The secret heir to an ancient legacy,
she held him fast with the timeless power of love.

With silver hair and fierce pale eyes, Wolfram stirred something raw
yet beautiful deep inside Genevieve’s very being.
Yet the handsome warrior was responsible for her brother’s death,
and she swore he would never escape her righteous vengeance.

And just in case you didn’t catch the subliminal messaging:

Unicorn Vengeance - original 1995 cover (sharpened)

Not just a unicorn – a STARRY UNICORN

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4 thoughts on “The Holiday Haul of Half-Off Harlequins

  1. Darlynne says:

    That last one’s for snark value, right? You bought it for the cover and the scary, cadaverous unicorn hanging over/coming out of his shoulders. It’s old skool Kathleen Woodiwiss with horns. Because otherwise, I’m going to have nightmares.

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