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Harlequin Heartwarming March 2022 Box Set

A Clean Romance

by (author) Patricia Johns, Melinda Curtis, Sasha Summers & Cheryl Harper

Initial publish date
Feb 2022
Clean & Wholesome, Contemporary, Small Town & Rural
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    Publish Date
    Feb 2022
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Harlequin® Heartwarming celebrates wholesome, heartfelt relationships that focus on home, family, community and love. Experience all that and more with four new novels in one collection!

This Harlequin Heartwarming box set includes:

Amish Country Haven
by Patricia Johns

Deputy Conrad Westhouse has one job—protect Annabelle Richards until she can testify. The best place to keep her safe is his ranch in Amish country, but getting to know the beautiful witness means risking his heart…

The Mountain Monroes
by USA TODAY bestselling author Melinda Curtis

Cowboy Rhett Diaz is starting an outdoor adventure company—with needed help from Olivia Monroe’s family. He just has to get her across the country first… Can the road trip of a lifetime lead to lifelong love?

The Cowboys of Garrison, Texas
by USA TODAY bestselling author Sasha Summers

Hattie Carmichael’s brother is marrying her childhood bully. Participating in the hasty wedding is one thing—doing it alone is another. Thankfully, Forrest Briscoe plays along with her fake relationship ruse…until neither can tell what’s real from pretend.

Veterans’ Road
by USA TODAY bestselling author Cheryl Harper

Marcus Bryant returns home to Miami—and to old friend Cassie Brooks. Their friendship never survived his joining the air force after graduation. Planning their high school reunion together might help them unravel the past…and find a future.

Look for 4 compelling new stories every month from Harlequin® Heartwarming!

About the authors

Patricia Johns writes from Alberta, Canada where she lives with her husband and son. She has her Honors BA in English Literature and has written in other genres under different names before coming to Harlequin. She loves prairie skies and time with her family.

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Prior to writing romance, award-winning USA Today bestseller Melinda Curtis was a junior manager for a Fortune 500 company, which meant when she flew on the private jet she was relegated to the jump seat—otherwise known as the potty. In addition to her Sunshine Valley series from Grand Central Forever, she’s published independently and with Harlequin Heartwarming, including her book Dandelion Wishes, which is an upcoming TV movie starring Amber Marshall. She lives in Central Oregon with her husband—her basketball-playing college sweetheart. While raising three kids, the couple did the soccer thing, the karate thing, the dance thing, the Little League thing and, of course, the basketball thing. Between books, Melinda spends time with her husband remodeling their home by swinging a hammer, grouting tile, and wielding a paintbrush.

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USA Today Bestselling Author Sasha Summers writes stories that celebrate the ups and downs, loves and losses, ordinary and extraordinary occurrences of life. Sasha pens fiction in multiple genres and hopes each and every book will draw readers in and set them on an emotional and rewarding journey. With a puppy on her lap and her favorite Thor mug full of coffee, Sasha is currently working on her next release.
She adores hearing from fans and invites you to visit her online.

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Cheryl Harper discovered her love for books and words as a little girl, thanks to a mother who made countless library trips and an introduction to Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House stories. Cheryl enjoys strong characters who make her laugh. Now she spends her days searching for the right words while she stares out the window and her dog snoozes beside her. Visit to find out more.

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