by Lucy Walton |
Books on the Underground spread a touch of literary romance across the Capital, with Mills & Boon novels
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, never has there been a better time to spread some much needed amore around the capital. With this in mind, Books on the Underground is launching a rather special ‘Love on the Underground’ campaign from 12th February, to ignite commuters’ imaginations with free romance novels, courtesy of Mills & Boon.
Launched in October 2012, Books on the Underground acts as a commuter library, by distributing a collection of literary reads on the tubes for passengers to borrow and enjoy for free, then asking them to put them back to share with others.
Mills & Boon, with over a century’s experience in publishing the very best in romance fiction globally, has long been established as a hallmark for creating mind-blowing love stories. To help romance passengers this Valentine’s Day, Mills & Boon has donated 100 novels for the Love on the Underground campaign, to be distributed on the busiest lines including the Central, Piccadilly and the Northern lines, to get hearts racing.
Mills & Boon will showcase a number of books from its hugely successful contemporary, Modern, Medical and Historical series, as well as 30 exclusive copies of the recently launched ‘The Trouble with Valentine’s’ by Kelly Hunter*. Perfect for fans of Sex and the City, Carmen Reid, Louise Bagshawe and Jo Carnegie, The Trouble with Valentine’s is a fun, edgy, and sexy contemporary novel, filled with cool characters, jet-set lifestyles and sassy romance.
To find Love on the Underground and be kept up-to-date with who’s reading and reviewing them, follow @MillsandBoon and @BooksUndergrnd on Twitter and be sure to tweet a picture of any book you borrow with the hashtag ‘#loveontheunderground’ from 12th until 17th February.