Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: The Christmas Baby Bonus by Yvonne Lindsay
21st Jan / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Christmas Baby Bonus by Yvonne Lindsay

The Christmas Baby Bonus by Yvonne Lindsay: We often punish ourselves for things we think are our faults without ever fully understanding that they really aren’t. Faye Darby had been punishing herself for years. Her punishment wasn’t for everyone to see, in fact she kept everyone so far no one […]

REVIEW: A Bride at his Bidding by Michelle Smart
20th Jan / 3 Comments

REVIEW: A Bride at his Bidding by Michelle Smart

A Bride at his Bidding by Michelle Smart is a sexy romance between an investigative journalist and the man whose secrets she seeks to uncover. Carrie Rivers has never forgiven billionaire Andreas Samaras for his part in the ruination of her sister, a young woman who got involved in an […]

REVIEW: Luckiest Cowboy of All by Carolyn Brown
18th Jan / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Luckiest Cowboy of All by Carolyn Brown

Luckiest Cowboy of All (Happy, Texas #3) by Carolyn Brownis the 3rd book in the Happy, Texas series and let me tell you that this book is an amazing ending to a perfect series in my book. Hot cowboys, strong female characters, nosey and well meaning meddling grandmothers and you […]

REVIEW: Ruled by Anne Marsh
17th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Ruled by Anne Marsh

Ruled by Anne Marsh is one of the first entries in the new Dare imprint from Harlequin. As a biker club romance, it definitely fits this new category line. One should expect that stories in this line will have the heat factor of a Blaze, turned up a notch. Kinky […]

REVIEW: The Greek’s Ultimate Conquest by Kim Lawrence
16th Jan / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Greek’s Ultimate Conquest by Kim Lawrence

The Greek’s Ultimate Conquest by Kim Lawrence is a sexy romance with unique characters having to overcome trauma to get their happy ending. Nik Latsis is a Greek shipping magnate who took over the company when his father died. But prior to this, he was a war correspondent, and on […]

REVIEW: The Prince’s Fake Fiancée by Leah Ashton
15th Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Prince’s Fake Fiancée by Leah Ashton

The Prince’s Fake Fiancée by Leah Ashton: When something starts out as a farce can it ever evolve into something real? Or will you always be wondering if it’s still part of the “play”? Jasmine Gallagher had confidence in herself. She knew her stuff and more so she knew that […]

REVIEW: Duty to Defend by Jill Elizabeth Nelson
14th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Duty to Defend by Jill Elizabeth Nelson

Duty to Defend by Jill Elizabeth Nelson, is an extremely well written romantic suspense that will keep fellow readers mesmerized until the last page. In A Duty to Defend, rookie US Marshal “Daci”, is partnered with former marshal turned child advocate attorney Jax, to protect the former girlfriend of a […]

REVIEW: A Man for Honor  by Emma Miller
13th Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: A Man for Honor by Emma Miller

A Man for Honor by Emma Miller is a delightful story about second chances, and about never forgetting one’s first love. It also contains the theme of forgiveness, a very common theme in novels about the Amish, as forgiveness is such an important behavior and act in their culture.

REVIEW: Healing her Boss’s Heart by Dianne Drake
11th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Healing her Boss’s Heart by Dianne Drake

In Healing her Boss’s Heart (Sinclair Hospital Surgeons #2) by Dianne Drake, Dr. Jack Hansen isn’t looking for love when he returns home, but somehow he finds himself falling hard for Carrie Kellem; a woman whose tough childhood has made her the strong, independent woman she is. But as Carrie […]

REVIEW: Off Limits by Clare Connelly
9th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Off Limits by Clare Connelly

Off Limits by Clare Connelly is one of the first entries in Harlequin’s new Dare imprint, one that promises to turn up the heat from the previous Blaze line. This particular entry is a steamy workplace romance. Gemma Picton has been billionaire Jack Grant’s in-house counsel for a few years […]

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