Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: His Majesty’s Temporary Bride by Annie West
21st Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: His Majesty’s Temporary Bride by Annie West

In His Majesty’s Temporary Bride (Princess Seductions #1) by Annie West, Cat has had a tough life being the illegitimate daughter of Royalty, but now she’s been asked to step in and pretend to be her half-sister, Princess Amelie, after her young woman disappears. Knowing she has absolutely no chance […]

REVIEW: Fiancé in Name Only by Maureen Child
20th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Fiancé in Name Only by Maureen Child

Fiancé in Name Only by Maureen Child: So scared of what anything other than the normal is when the outside starts to shake it up a bit the inside must follow suit, right? Kelly Flynn was used to being alone, or at least as used to it as one could be. […]

REVIEW: Billionaire’s Baby Bind by Katherine Garbera
19th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Billionaire’s Baby Bind by Katherine Garbera

Billionaire’s Baby Bind by Katherine Garbera: A “mad man” on the loose threatening and releasing secrets. A tech guru brought in. When he meets a young horse master he just knows something is going to change. Amberley Holbrook didn’t want anything to do with city slickers. She was much better […]

REVIEW: Convenient Cinderella Bride by Joss Wood
18th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Convenient Cinderella Bride by Joss Wood

Convenient Cinderella Bride by Joss Wood is the first book in the Secrets of the A List multi-author series, and an excellent start to what looks to be an intriguing set of men who meet their love matches! Jonas Halstead has been given a 3 month deadline from his grandfather […]

REVIEW: Take Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates
17th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Take Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates

Take Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates: It wasn’t as if she wasn’t a woman, but sometimes when you are struggling so hard to survive and to fit in it’s easier to be “one of the guys” the problems only come when suddenly you need to be a woman. Anna Brown […]

REVIEW: The Baby Favor  by Andrea Laurence
16th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Baby Favor by Andrea Laurence

The Baby Favor by Andrea Laurence: There are a lot of pressures put on children these days, but the pressure of a marriage? Is that even fair? Scarlet Spencer wanted children, she really did but in the long run she knew it wasn’t worth her marriage. The problem? When Mason […]

REVIEW: The Italian’s Pregnant Prisoner by Maisey Yates
15th Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Italian’s Pregnant Prisoner by Maisey Yates

The Italian’s Pregnant Prisoner by Maisey Yates  is the third story in her modern fairytale series, this one based on Rapunzel. Like the heroine in that story, Charlotte was kept isolated by her royal family, but she escapes, only to find the man she once thought she loved has irrevocably […]

REVIEW: The Prince’s Cinderella Bride by Amalie Berlin
13th Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Prince’s Cinderella Bride by Amalie Berlin

In The Prince’s Cinderella Bride by Amalie Berlin , Quinton Barlow’s divorce left him devastated especially since he became a part of the Military on the same day. Now seven years later, Quinn finds himself face-to-face with his ex-wife, Anais and there’s no way he’s letting her get away a […]

REVIEW: The Midwife’s Longed-for Baby by Caroline Anderson
12th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Midwife’s Longed-for Baby by Caroline Anderson

In The Midwife’s Longed-for Baby (Yoxburgh Park Hospital #6) by Caroline Anderson, Nick Jarvis and his wife Live were so happy together, but the stress over her not falling pregnant tore their marriage apart. Now though, Nick has accepted the opportunity to work at Yoxburgh Park Hospital again where he’ll […]

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