From Amazon.com: Sometimes, when you want to tell your sweetheart how you feel, the only thing to do is tear that muscle that pumps your blood right out of your chest and afix it to your beloved's door with a hat pin. Rat-a-tat-tat! This way, you can determine if he, she or it is worthy of your devotion by studying how your cardiac offering is met. Some would-be lovers will spurn it. Some will shriek. If, like our Harlequin, you are besotted with a tow-headed beauty, lithe of limb, with "mermaid lips" and the most unflappable flaps that ever refused to commence with the flapping, your heart will likely wind up in a plastic baggy, safe and warm in Beauty's pocket, that is until - well, you're just going to have to read the book for that bit.
The art is simply gorgeous. I love the modern twist on the Harelequin and Columbine characters.
What a weird little book. Pleasant but short. Different and odd. The artwork was unusual as well.
It is Valentine's Day and Harlequin has his sites set on Missy. What better way to woo a girl then to tack your heart on their door! It just get stranger after that but that is okay, I like strange. The biggest issue I had with the book though was the print. It was so small that I had a really hard time making out the words. Other than that, it was a quick and enjoyable read.