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Historical Heroes Quiz

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Mills & Boon Historical Romance allows you to step back in time to periods where heroes were strong and commanding - and would do anything for the women the...

Royal Recollections

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Happy Birthday Ma'am! In honour of the Queen's 90th Birthday celebrations, Mills & Boon authors are sharing their Royal Recollections.   Susan Carlis...

Summer or Autumn: Which is better...?

Katie • 2 years ago
I'd have to go with summer - you can't beat the long days of sunshine and all the BBQs!
Jo • 2 years ago
Summer all the way! Waking up to sunlight, long evenings... festivals, picnics, Pimms... autumn is beautiful too but winter comes too fast! Here's hoping the warm September continues!
Vicky • 2 years ago
It's all about Autumn for me - the changing colours, great seasonal food and that fresh but sunny weather. Plus, of course, I can break out the opaque tights again which takes hours off the grooming!

The Loedown - Episode 1

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Have you been following our fabulous web series The Loedown? You can join thousands of viewers and interact with our heroine Jessie Loe, Exec PA at The Chatsfi...

What do you think is the most Romantic city in the world....?

Alina • 1 year ago
Rome is just so special for me that city is Rome........
Stephanie • 1 year ago
To me, the most romantic city is Savannah, Georgia. The history and beauty make it a romantic place to watch a sunset, take a stroll hand in hand, or just sit and watch the day go by ;)

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