Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Their One Night Baby by Carol Marinelli
25th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Their One Night Baby by Carol Marinelli

In Their One Night Baby (Paddington Children’s Hospital #1) by Carol Marinelli, Dominic McBride and Victoria Christie are always at odds whenever they interact with each other, simply because Victoria is a challenge for Dominic and vice versa. But when they begin working together to save the hospital where they work […]

REVIEW: Reunited by their Pregnancy Surprise by Louisa Heaton
24th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Reunited by their Pregnancy Surprise by Louisa Heaton

In Reunited by their Pregnancy Surprise by Louisa Heaton, Sam and Emily Saint love each other so much, but lately their marriage seems to be hanging by a thread. Emily thought about leaving, but when she and Sam are in a car accident and he’s temporarily robbed of his memories […]

REVIEW: The Cowboy’s Easter Family Wish by Lois Richer
23rd Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Cowboy’s Easter Family Wish by Lois Richer

The Cowboy’s Easter Family Wish Lois Richer is easily one of the books I have most enjoyed this month. The main characters, Maddie, Jesse, Noah and Emma all seem so true to life, like a family my family would love to spend time visiting with. In “The Cowboy’s Easter Family Wish”, […]

REVIEW: Reunited by a Baby Bombshell by Barbara Hannay
22nd Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Reunited by a Baby Bombshell by Barbara Hannay

Reunited by a Baby Bombshell by Barbara Hannay: Was it a mistake? Was it what was needed? Almost twenty years late and who knows. Eva Hennessey had had too much time to think. Had she accomplished her goals? Yes, well maybe anyway. There was still one thing that she always thought […]

REVIEW: The Best Man’s Baby by Karen Booth
21st Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Best Man’s Baby by Karen Booth

The Best Man’s Baby by Karen Booth: High school sweethearts Julia Keys, now a successful actress, and former baseball star Logan Brandt have seen their share of ups and downs. Though they broke up long ago when they were headed off to different colleges, the connection between them never really went […]

REVIEW: Dangerous Testimony by Dana Mentink
19th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Dangerous Testimony by Dana Mentink

Dangerous Testimony by Dana Mentink completely lives up to its’ genre as a romantic suspense, with strong emphasis on “suspense’. This book had me up until 3 in the morning wanting to know what would happen next. So many twists and turns!

REVIEW: His Amish Teacher by Patricia Davids
18th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: His Amish Teacher by Patricia Davids

His Amish Teacher by Patricia Davids: It was such a pleasure to “revisit” Bowman’s Crossing and be drawn into Lillian and Timothy’s rekindling of their friendship. As children they shared a special bond which is just as strong now as adults, now that Lillian has returned to town to teach. She […]

REVIEW: The Argentinian’s Virgin Conquest by Bella Frances
17th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Argentinian’s Virgin Conquest by Bella Frances

In The Argentinian’s Virgin Conquest by Bella Frances, Dante Hermida thought he was doing the right thing by rescuing the gorgeous woman he believed was drowning. Instead, Lucinda ‘Lucie’ Bond turns out to be a challenge with her defiant attitude and her ability to pierce his iron will; an iron […]

REVIEW: Love, Special Delivery  by Melinda Curtis
16th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Love, Special Delivery by Melinda Curtis

Love, Special Delivery by Melinda Curtis was a touching and very sweet read that describes the many beautiful aspects of family ties, of family being there for each other especially in the tough times. This novel also touches on family traditions being carried on, such as Ben being a third […]

REVIEW: Holding Out for a Hero  by Pamela Tracy
15th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Holding Out for a Hero by Pamela Tracy

Holding Out for a Hero by Pamela Tracy features a young woman, Shelley, who inspires admiration and empathy for the fact that she is a single mother raising her stepson and expecting the birth of her first newborn at any time. She is on the receiving end of scorn and […]

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