Shakespeare inspired romance books

Shakespeare inspired romance books

To celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday, our lovely Mills & Boon authors share their romance books that have been inspired by Shakespeare… Inspired by Taming of the Shrew Taming her Irish Warrior was directly inspired by The Taming of the Shrew. My sword-wielding heroine, Honora St. Leger, was inspired by Katherine in Shakespeare’s Taming. The hero, Ewan … Read more


The top locations that inspired our historical romance authors!

The top locations that inspired our historical romance authors!

Have you ever wondered where our historical authors get their inspiration from? From bookshops to churches and royal residences find out what inspires our historical authors… Laurie Benson In my Secret Lives of the Ton trilogy, all my stories are set in London and I’ve tried to use locations that readers can still visit today. … Read more


Tessa Dare shares relationship rules from new novel The Duchess Deal

Tessa Dare shares relationship rules from new novel The Duchess Deal

In 1995, two women caused a social stir when they released The Rules, an advice book aimed at single women who wanted to not only attract a successful man, but keep him. Seeing as how The Duchess Deal takes place in late Regency England, heroine Emma Gladstone has most definitely not read The Rules. Nonetheless, … Read more


Sparkling seasonal reads

Sparkling seasonal reads

We’ve got the perfect selection of Christmas books to get you feeling festive! Sit back, relax and let our lovely authors tell you about their seasonal reads… Christmas At The Tycoon’s Command Jennifer Hayward I’m so excited to bring you my very first Christmas story for Mills & Boon Modern! Christmas is my very favourite … Read more


Harper St. George: The Viking Warrior’s Bride

Harper St. George: The Viking Warrior’s Bride

I’m so excited to have the opportunity to introduce you to Vidar and Gwendolyn, the hero and heroine from The Viking Warrior’s Bride. This is the fourth and final book in my Viking Warriors series. The series has followed the lives of four Viking heroes as they each manage to fumble their way to their … Read more


Lara Temple on the importance of romance

Lara Temple on the importance of romance

The lovely Lara Temple came to visit us in the office and we were lucky enough to have a chat with her about her new book Lord Hunter’s Cinderella Heiress and all things romance. You’ve got a new book coming out Lord Hunter’s Cinderella Heiress – can you tell us some more about it? Lord Hunter’s Cinderella … Read more


The Evacuee Christmas: the story behind the cover art

The Evacuee Christmas: the story behind the cover art

The saying ‘never judge a book by its cover’ suggests we should all ignore how a book looks. But that’s not really how it works, is it? Ten minutes in a supermarket or a bookstore is clear evidence of that, as crime books look like other crime books, science fiction and fantasy can look a … Read more


Exclusive excerpt: Courting Danger with Mr Dyer

Exclusive excerpt: Courting Danger with Mr Dyer

Spy Bartholomew Dyer is forced to enlist the help of Moira, Lady Rexford, who jilted him five years ago. Determined not to succumb to her charms again, Bart suspects it’s not just their lives at risk—it’s their hearts… Moira laid her hand on Bart’s tight fist and squeezed it, trying to draw him back from … Read more


Louise Allen: inspiration behind my Cinderella romance

Louise Allen: inspiration behind my Cinderella romance

Where do plots come from? I’m often puzzled about where the ideas for my novels originate and my latest, Marrying His Cinderella Countess, is no exception. The Hero I started off with two things. One was the mental picture of a furious gentleman in an exclusive club. He’s accused of cheating at cards and strips … Read more