Definition of Mills & Boon™ from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


Mills & Boon™

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the best-known British publishing company of romantic fiction, started in 1908. The stories are usually about a young woman who, after many problems, marries the man she considers perfect for her. People sometimes make fun of the books because the stories are very similar and characters in them often seem very innocent, but they are extremely popular and sell in very large quantities The story of her youthful affair with a Russian prince reads like a Mills and Boon romance.