Comixology Adds Harlequin Manga Titles to Comixology Unlimited

Comixology Adds Harlequin Manga Titles to Comixology Unlimited Comics & Digital Comics Comixology Streaming eBooks Comixology announced on Tuesday that it was adding twenty Harlequin manga titles to its $6 a month unlimited reading service, which launched in May 2016.

Romance publisher Harlequin has been publishing manga through its Japanese sub, Harlequinn KK, since 2008 in a partnership with Ohzora Publishing. Dark Horse began republishing some titles in English in 2005, and Harlequin took over distribution the following year.

Harlequin's manga titles are available on a number of platforms,  including Kindle and Comixology, and now the following 20 titles are available are available through Comixology Unlimited:

  • A Man For All Seasonings by Day Leclaire and Towa Isezaki
  • A Mistake In Identity by Sandra Field and Wataru Yasutake
  • A Question Of Honor by Lindsay Mckenna and Kazuko Teradate
  • A Secret Sorrow by Karen Van Der Zee and Masako Ogimaru
  • A Wild Affair by Charlotte Lamb and Yoko Hanabusa
  • Blind Date by Emma Darcy and Mihoko Hirose
  • The Boss, The Baby And The Bride by Day Leclaire and Emi Hohsyo
  • Dragon Bay by Violet Winspear and Rin Ogata
  • Fast And Loose by Elizabeth Oldfield and Mao Karino
  • Her Convenient Millionaire by Gail Dayton and Kasumi Kuroda
  • The Husband Assignment by Helen Bianchin and Kei Kohsaki
  • Little White Lies by Marjorie Lewty and Chieko Hara
  • The Man, The Ring, The Wedding by Patricia Thayer and Harumo Sanazaki
  • The Pregnancy Affair by Anne Mather and Kei Kosaki
  • Rough And Ready by Elizabeth Oldfield and Fumi Kakizaki
  • The Seduction Project by Miranda Lee and Sara Nakayama
  • The Spaniard's Woman by Diana Hamilton and Mizuho Ayabe
  • Switched At The Altar by Metsy Hingle and Shin Kurokawa
  • Tug Of Love by Penny Jordan and Reiko Kitagawa
  • Who Rides The Tiger by Anne Mather and Hikomi Hisakake

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