Harlequin Comics Special feature Dramatic Birthday collection

  • To Marry a Stranger
  • Written by Renee Roszel
  • Art by Takako Hashimoto
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 4
  • My dream is to be happily married! Helen, filled with the desire to fall in love, visits the Love Mansion, where a legend claims that if any unmarried woman stays at the mansion on her birthday, the next man she meets will be the man of her destiny! However hearing strange noises in the darkness, Helen starts to regret her idea. "It was reckless for me to come here on my own." Suddenly a large shadow appears in front of her! Who could this be...?
To Marry a Stranger-panel (C) TAKAKO HASHIMOTO
  • Desert Prince, Bride of Innocence
  • Written by Lynne Graham
  • Art by Karin Miyamoto
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 5
  • Eleanor, beautiful red-haired witch. I'll give you a kiss so you'll never forget this day—or me.... Eleanor has come to the kingdom of Quaram as an English tutor for the royal family. At the royal party she's invited to, on her twenty-first birthday, she's asked to dance by Jasim, the kingdom's second prince. His gorgeous black hair, his hungry eyes...in that dreamlike moment spent in his embrace, she falls for him before she realizes it. But little does Eleanor know, even as Jasim passionately proclaims his love for her, he has a dreadful scheme in mind...!
Desert Prince, Bride of Innocence-panel (C) KARIN MIYAMOTO
  • The Ruthless Greek's Virgin Princess
  • Written by Trish Morey
  • Art by Misuzu Sasaki
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 4
  • Marietta, a princess of Montvelatte, is just looking at the last man she wants to encounter in the world—Yanis Markides, a successful financial adviser who threw a young princess out of his bed ten years ago. She loved him and decided to give herself as his birthday present back then, but was rejected because he could only think of her as a younger sister. They now meet again at Marietta’s brother’s wedding as dance partners and Yanis whispers to her, “Let’s love each other tonight.”
The Ruthless Greek's Virgin Princess-panel (C) MISUZU SASAKI
  • The Forced Bride
  • Written by Sara Craven
  • Art by Natsue Ogoshi
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 5
  • Emily agrees to a marriage of convenience to Count Rafael, just as her father requested before his death. It was agreed that they would get divorced when she turned 21, and she would receive her inheritance. However, as her 21st birthday approaches, Emily claims she wants to make the marriage void. She couldn't stand the rumors of his love affairs any longer, and asks her lawyer to take care of it, escaping to a remote cottage to avoid confronting the cold and arrogant man herself. But she was naive to think she could escape him. He tracks her down and declares, "before we break up, I'll show you the true happiness of marriage!"
The Forced Bride-panel (C) NATSUE OGOSHI
  • An Engagement of Convenience
  • Written by Catherine George
  • Art by Rin Ogata
  • Published by Harlequin
  • 5
  • At a class reunion of her prestigious girl's high school, Harriet is reunited with Rosa, a girl who looks just like her despite the fact that they aren't related. The two of them get along like twins and confide in each other. And then in order to resolve both their problems, they come up with a strange master plan! Harriet will go to Tuscany for Rosa's grandmother's birthday celebration and pose as Rosa. It'll be fine. Rosa has a cousin who has always been taken with her, and Harriet had better not let this head of a noble family find out who she really is...!
An Engagement of Convenience-panel (C) RIN OGATA

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