Q. Published Date Changes
Based on feedback from customers we want to make it even easier for you to find all the latest new releases from Mills & Boon on our website. As such, from 1st January 2021 the dates that are displayed alongside our titles will now align with the current calendar year. Therefore, new titles released in January 2021 will display the text ‘January 2021’ under the title, rather than ‘February 2021’.
Please see example below:
Why do the Modern Romance and Dare bundles say January A and January B?
To differentiate between the December and January bundles we have added 'January A' to bundles which are available in December and 'January B' to bundles which are available in January.
Will I be missing out on any titles?
Don’t worry, you won’t be missing out on any new titles, we’re simply making it even easier for you to find the latest books on site each month!
When is this happening?
This will come into effect from 1st January 2021. You’ll notice in December that all the newest titles will also show ‘January 2021’ under the title, but don’t worry, simply navigate to the new releases section of the website on 1st January to find the new releases for January 2021. To clarify, the titles which were released in December will no longer show in the new releases section from 1st January 2021. Going forward to find the latest titles you simply need to search for books labelled with the current month.
Why are there more books than usual showing in the new releases section in December?
You may see more books than usual showing in our new releases section on the 1st of December, this is because of the changes we have made. If you click 'quickview' you can easily see which books are available in December, books which are not available until 1st January 2021 will have 'x days until release' written in red. This will rectify itself on the 1st of January 2021.
What do I need to do?
Nothing! Simply head to our new releases page on the 1st of January and all of the latest titles will be available for you to purchase.