Black Friday 2020 Gift Guide for Romance Readers

Black Friday 2020 Gift Guide for Romance Readers

This Black Friday, we’re giving our readers a massive 40% off all of the books on our website with the offer code BF2020 – plus 50% off 3-month subscriptions! With so many fantastic books on offer, it can be difficult to know where to start. But no need to fear – we’ve put together some … Read more


Remembering Jessica Steele

Remembering Jessica Steele

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of much-loved author Jessica Steele. Jessica wrote a phenomenal 88 romance novels for Mills & Boon during a writing career that spanned four decades. After initially working as a junior clerk, Jessica was encouraged and supported by her late husband to pursue a writing career. … Read more


Sarah Mallory: Forbidden to the Highland Laird

Sarah Mallory: Forbidden to the Highland Laird

Mills & Boon Historical author Sarah Mallory tells us about how her love for the Highlands inspired not only a move to the area, but also her new book, Forbidden to the Highland Laird. * It was love at first sight (how appropriate for a romantic novelist!). One tour of Scotland’s Highlands and Islands and … Read more


Rachael Stewart: Unwrapping the Best Man

Rachael Stewart: Unwrapping the Best Man

We caught up with Mills & Boon Dare and True Love author Rachael Stewart to chat about her new festive romance, Unwrapping the Best Man. Read on to find out how fans of Getting Dirty helped to bring this book into fruition… * I am so very excited to bring Caitlin and Jackson’s story into … Read more


Amanda Cinelli: #NaNoWriMo

Amanda Cinelli: #NaNoWriMo

Mills & Boon Modern author Amanda Cinelli gives us some insight into her own experiences undertaking National Novel Writing Month (otherwise known as #NaNoWriMo). * Can you imagine writing an entire novel in thirty days? Right now, around the world, writers from all walks of life are gearing up for an online creative community project … Read more


Q&A with Tara Pammi!

Q&A with Tara Pammi!

We caught up with Mills & Boon Modern author Tara Pammi to discuss her new book Claiming His Bollywood Cinderella. Read on to find out the inspiration behind the book and some of Tara’s top Bollywood recommendations… * What was the inspiration behind your new book, Claiming His Bollywood Cinderella? I wanted to write a … Read more


Heidi Rice and Natalie Anderson: The Christmas Princess Swap

Heidi Rice and Natalie Anderson: The Christmas Princess Swap

We caught up with Mills & Boon Modern authors Heidi Rice and Natalie Anderson to chat about their upcoming duet, The Christmas Princess Swap. HEIDI: Hi I’m Heidi Rice, coming to you live from London, England. NATALIE: And I’m Natalie Anderson in Christchurch New Zealand. We’re very excited to talk to you today about our upcoming … Read more


Mills & Boon shortlisted for Publisher of the Year 2020!

Mills & Boon shortlisted for Publisher of the Year 2020!

The Romantic Novelists’ Association (RNA) has announced the shortlists for the annual RNA Industry Awards. We are delighted to share the news that Mills & Boon are included on the shortlist for Publisher of the Year! The RNA Industry Awards are presented each year to booksellers, publishers, libraries, literary agents and media stars who champion … Read more


Sophia James, Virginia Heath and Catherine Tinley: Christmas Cinderellas

Sophia James, Virginia Heath and Catherine Tinley: Christmas Cinderellas

Mills & Boon Historical authors Sophia James, Virginia Heath and Catherine Tinley reveal the inspiration behind their Christmas Cinderella stories and their own favourites parts of the festive season… * Christmas with the Earl by Sophia James What if someone’s memories of Christmas are only awful ones and every year all they want for Christmas … Read more


Exclusive Extract: Her Inconvenient Christmas Reunion

Exclusive Extract: Her Inconvenient Christmas Reunion

Read on for a sneak peek at True Love author Nina Singh‘s new book, Her Inconvenient Christmas Reunion. * One of the beams along the ceiling of the tent had a mistletoe plant dangling, it hung right above where she stood. She had no idea who might have put it there. If she’d known, she … Read more