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#RomBkLove Day 7: Categorical Love: Harlequin/Mills & Boon

Day7 #RomBkLoveUniform in style  but far from formulaic, category romances pack a lot of romance in a slim package. 

Many of the biggest names in romance got started in category romance, whose books stand-out?

I came into romance late, and didn't quite know what to make of Category romance.  It didn't make sense to me, was I supposed to read them in order? Did stories interconnect? So I steered clear only to eventually make book friends who kept recommending category authors to me. 

The lines that most worked for me was SuperRomance & Blaze. I have a small collection made up titles by Molly O'Keefe, Karina Bliss, Meg Maguire (Cara Mckenna) or Sarah Mayberry.  

After falling in love with Farrah Rochon's self-published novels, I ended up going back to find her Kimani books, just like how I went back to find HelenKay Dimon's Intrigues after reading her later single-title books.

Do you read category romance? Which lines did you love best? Which lines do you miss the most?

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