Books to fall in ❤️ with this Valentine’s Day!

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, Team HQ are feeling full of love and we’d love to share this with you. That’s why we’re giving you the chance to win this gorgeous bundle of HQ titles, complete with a mini Moet and a tasty chocolate treat.

Savour feelgood romances like Miranda Dickinson’s The Day We Meet Again and Rebecca Raisin’s Rosie’s Travelling Teashop; laugh-out-loud with the latest romantic comedy by Sophia Money-Coutts in What Happens Now?; give yourself some TLC with Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It by Kamal Ravikant; celebrate the important women in your life with The Path to the Sea by Liz Fenwick; or even get your thrills with HC Warner’s She – where the perfect girlfriend may not be as nice as she seems…

Our Valentine’s Day book bundle has something for everyone; you’re going to LOVE it. Enter now!

Books to fall in love with this Valentine’s Day!

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