Posts by: Sara @HarlequinJunkie


Spotlight & Giveaway: Her Perfect Affair by Priscilla Oliveras
23rd Apr / 59 Comments

Spotlight & Giveaway: Her Perfect Affair by Priscilla Oliveras

Today it is my pleasure to Welcome author Priscilla Oliveras to HJ! Hi Priscilla and welcome to HJ! We’re so excited to chat with you about your new release, HER PERFECT AFFAIR!   Hola Harlequin Junkies! I’m excited to spend some time with you, talking about my beloved characters and […]

Spotlight & Giveaway: Sit, Stay, Love by Debbie Burns
23rd Apr / 39 Comments

Spotlight & Giveaway: Sit, Stay, Love by Debbie Burns

Today it is my pleasure to Welcome author Debbie Burns to HJ! Hi Debbie and welcome to HJ! We’re so excited to chat with you about your new release, Sit, Stay, Love!   Please share your favorite scene from Sit, Stay, Love:   Choosing a single favorite scene in a […]

REVIEW: A Touch of Frost by Jo Goodman
22nd Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: A Touch of Frost by Jo Goodman

In A Touch of Frost (The Cowboys of Colorado #1) by Jo Goodman **, Agreeing to keep a protective eye on Phoebe Apple was certainly no hardship for Remington Frost. Well, that is until the train they were both traveling on was robbed and Phoebe taken hostage. In Remington’s defense, […]

REVIEW: Accepting the Fall by Meg Harding
22nd Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Accepting the Fall by Meg Harding

Accepting the Fall by Meg Harding: When Zander and Cole met on a military base in Germany as teens, Zander knew their relationship couldn’t last so he broke things off when they started to get close, breaking Cole’s heart in the process. Years later, Zander has custody of his 5 […]

REVIEW: Primary Suspect by Laura Scott
22nd Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Primary Suspect by Laura Scott

Primary Suspect by Laura Scott is a page turning combination of suspense and second chances. It also makes me want to read earlier books in the Callahan Confidential series, to “get acquainted”‘ with the other Callahans! A few of the brothers names did seem familiar, which is always a treat […]

REVIEW: The Amish Teacher’s Gift by Rachel J. Good
21st Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Amish Teacher’s Gift by Rachel J. Good

The Amish Teacher’s Gift by Rachel J. Good is such a beautiful and special story. I have long admired how the Amish view children and adults with special needs- they see them for who they are- individuals with special abilities, special needs, and they see what they are capable of […]

REVIEW: Dirty Games by HelenKay Dimon
21st Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Dirty Games by HelenKay Dimon

Dirty Games by HelenKay Dimon is the second story in her LGBTQ romantic suspense series Dirty. It”s a fast paced and action packed story with a sexy romance between two acquaintances who find themselves looking for more. Finn Drummond, the youngest of the Drummond siblings has had to work hard […]

REVIEW: Captivated by the Brooding Billionaire by Rebecca Winters
21st Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Captivated by the Brooding Billionaire by Rebecca Winters

Captivated by the Brooding Billionaire by Rebecca Winters: Kismet. Fate. Destiny. Sometimes you have to go through some pretty terrible things to have that one moment when you know everything is going to be amazing, but it’s never going to be the same. Abby Grant had that happen, the rough, the […]

You Can’t Judge A Trope By Its Cover: Second Chance Romance
21st Apr / 9 Comments

You Can’t Judge A Trope By Its Cover: Second Chance Romance

You Can’t Judge A Trope By Its Cover:      Second Chance Romance   Okay, I know that this is probably an over discussed trope in romance novels. I would argue that there is a good reason for this: THEY ARE THE BEST. There is something so delicious about watching […]

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