Dude is right. What incredible awesomeness did Sybil via Cheryl send me? A web site that lists, in numerical order, with ISBNs, and cover art all the Harlequin Historicals ever published. And, wait for it....
It's current as of April 2008.
If this web site was a candy bar it would be the creamy nougat of awesomeness.
You can see the full list, in all it's glory, here.
But wait, it gets even better....
If you go to the homepage, Mills & Boon Historicals get the same treatment! Plus there are options to jump through the list by year and series number.
The site has apparently been around in various guises over the years, and is currently being run/updated by Gemma, a M&B Historical fan living in Scotland. I think I can speak for all HH lovers out there when I say Gemma is the coolest chick evuh and she totally rocks our socks.
Oh, the treasures to be found, the authors to reminisce about, and the sheer glory of all that old school cover art. I'm especially fond of this gem of the tag-line for Rebellion by Nora Roberts.
"The heart speaks louder than the head...."
Is it just me or does that sound really dirty? What? No one in the HH editorial department back in the day could come up with "The heart speaks louder than the mind?"
Be sure to spend some time in particular browsing the late 1980s, early 1990s when Harlequin was publishing historicals by such names as Kathleen Eagle, Patricia Potter, Nicole Jordan and Elizabeth Lowell. It's a fantastic trip down memory lane, and a serious danger to anyone with an eBay fetish. Words cannot express how awesome the Bat Cave thinks this site is - so massive love to Sybil, my fellow HH