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  1. so does she end up with the Prince? what makes it a HQN? You will have to test this out for all of us.

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    I suspect she (you) only ends up with the Prince if you solve the puzzles. And as for what makes it a HQN, it’s all in the name. Well as far as I can see. 😀

    Check out the graphics, though, they’re pretty neat and very evocative of Harlequin Presents.

    I showed the article to my son when I found it because he likes their hidden object games, too, and he immediately asked two questions – “Do I even want to know what they hid on this one?” and “Should we add this to your Christmas list?”

    😉

  3. Wow, that’s pretty cool–in a campy cool way! I agree, the art’s not bad. I’m tempted to download the free trial, but an actual book is calling to me right now.

    The only problem I can see is that there doesn’t seem to be any finishing moves…oh, wait, that’s Mortal Kombat.

    Thanks for the link. I should use this the next time I bring up SFR and videogames/interactive SFR in a post. This endeavor is very inventive, especially for a mega corporation like Harlequin. It would be exciting to see romance publishers do more stuff like this, and I sincerely hope this investment pays off.

    Interesting that in the past few years, we’ve seen romance novels spun off into graphic novels and now video games. Huge potential to penetrate venues like Comic-Con with fare like this. Oh, that would be cool!

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    The only problem I can see is that there doesn’t seem to be any finishing moves…oh, wait, that’s Mortal Kombat.

    LOL. Methinks someone has played way to many fight games in her life. 😀 I will say that these hidden object games are great memory enhancers, which are fantastic for those of us, um, approaching the prime of our lives, shall we say. 😉

    Hey, they’re a flat out challenge to learn, to tell the truth.



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