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Harlequin Comic Starter Box Set!
A romance story from USA Today bestselling author Michelle Reid and USA Today bestselling author Jennie Lucas becomes a comic.
This Starter Box Set contains House of Glass and The Count’s Secret Child. If you like a romance story and/or a comic, try out this set!
[House of Glass] by Michelle Reid and manga artist Ai Marito
When Lilly’s husband passed away in an accident, she immediately reached out to Dane, her husband’s older brother, and awaited his arrival with a shattered soul. But Dane believes Lilly married his brother for his money and doesn’t hide his opinion from her: she’s a lowly woman who’s disgraced the renowned Norfolk name, a villainess with a pretty face! Lilly’s heart is torn by Dane’s hateful words. Little does he know the secret agreement she and her late “husband” came to. He’s unaware that the marriage was fake, nor does he know that Lilly’s body remains innocent…
[The Count's Secret Child] by Jennie Lucas and manga artist Hibiki Sakuraya
Théo, a count and a businessman, knew he liked what he saw as soon as he met waitress Carrie. But their relationship had one important rule: don’t bring love into it. Carrie sees him as a Prince Charming, though, and falls in love anyway. She’s desperate to hide this from him, but when she lets it slip one day, he abandons her on the spot. And not long after, she’s shocked to learn that she’s pregnant. A year later, Théo insists that Carrie pay a visit to his castle in France, and she introduces him to their son. Who else but Théo would have the temerity to suggest that their child is her revenge?