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Blaze is Harlequin's sexiest line. First conceived as the hotter alternative to Temptation, the imprint ultimately replaced the line.
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[[category:Publisher Imprints]][[category:Numbered Series]][[category:Harlequin Imprints]]
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[[Harlequin Blaze|Blaze]] is [[Harlequin]]'s sexiest line. First conceived as a promotion of hotter books within the existing [[Harlequin Temptation]] line, the imprint ultimately replaced Temptation.  
  
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Stories have a contemporary feel and emphasize the physical relationship between the couple. Stories run from flirtatious to dark and sensual, and the line pushes boundaries in terms of characterization, plot, and explicitness.
  
== Blaze Authors ==
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* [[Harlequin Blaze By The Numbers]] - A numerical listing of [[Harlequin Blaze]] titles.
* [[Jill Monroe|Jill Monroe]]
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* [[:Category:Harlequin_Blaze_Authors|Blaze Authors]] - category containing Blaze authors
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* [[Harlequin Blaze Miniseries|Miniseries]] - A listing of the various Blaze Miniseries and titles within.
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* [[Harlequin Temptation Blaze]] - The original Blaze promotional series in the [[Harlequin Temptation]] line.
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==On The Web==
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*[http://www.eharlequin.com/store.html?cid=192 Harlequin Storefront]
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*[http://www.eharlequin.com/articlepage.html?articleId=544&chapter=0 Writer's Guidelines]

Latest revision as of 18:54, 19 January 2008

Blaze is Harlequin's sexiest line. First conceived as a promotion of hotter books within the existing Harlequin Temptation line, the imprint ultimately replaced Temptation.

Stories have a contemporary feel and emphasize the physical relationship between the couple. Stories run from flirtatious to dark and sensual, and the line pushes boundaries in terms of characterization, plot, and explicitness.

On The Web