Harlequin Releasing 7 Stories in Honor of This Month’s Royal Wedding

As part of its effort to cash in on the upcoming nuptials between William Windsor and Kate Middleton, the romance publisher Harlequin recently announced the publication of 7 novellas. These stories celebrate 7 different historic Royal weddings, and you can buy them today in most eBookstores or on www.eBooks.eHarlequin.com.

The stories include:

  • Terri Brisbin’s What The Duchess Wants (Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine and Henry of Anjou, the future Henry II, 1152)
  • Michelle Willingham’s Lionheart’s Bride (King Richard and Princess Berengaria, 1191)
  • Bronwyn Scott’s Prince Charming in Disguise (Prince George and Caroline of Ansbach, 1704)
  • Elizabeth Rolls’sA Princely Dilemma (George, Prince of Wales—future George IV—and Princess Caroline of Brunswick, 1795)
  • Ann Lethbridge’s Princess Charlotte’s Choince (Princess Charlotte and Prince Leopold, 1816)
  • Mary Nichols’s With Victoria’s Blessing (Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, 1840)
  • Lucy Ashford’s The Problem With Josephine (Emperor Napoleon and Archduchess Marie-Louise of Austria, 1810).