Harlequin Mills & Boon, the publishing company known for its romance novels, will be entering the market in India for the first time on February 4, reports the Times of London. Andrew Go, the head of the Indian operation says: "India is crazy about true romance. Look at the basic Bollywood plot: boy meets girl; conflict; happy ending." Romance novels have found their way into the country for decades, but now the titles will actually be printed in there and tailored for an Indian audience. First up? A tome called Virgin Slave, Barbarian King. Wait, what? [Times]