Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Swept Away by the Seductive Stranger by Amy Andrews
22nd Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Swept Away by the Seductive Stranger by Amy Andrews

In Swept Away by the Seductive Stranger (The Christmas Swap #2) by Amy Andrews, taking the train has always been a fun experience for Felicity Mitchell, but on her return home, she finds her journey is one she’ll never forget when she meets Callum Hollingsworth. Both know that what happens […]

REVIEW: The Only Witness by Laura Scott
22nd Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Only Witness by Laura Scott

The Only Witness by Laura Scott, most definitely lives up to its’ suspense genre while at the same time presenting characters who are so easily identifiable and easy to care about. Laura Scott does an incredible writing job, making the reader feel that he or she is right in the action […]

REVIEW: Daring in the City by Jo Leigh
20th Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Daring in the City by Jo Leigh

Daring in the City by Jo Leigh: Little Italy in New York City is the delightful backdrop for this sexy contemporary romance by Jo Leigh. Luca Paladino and his family have a trust that dates back a few generations, resulting in several buildings in Little Italy under their control. For the […]

REVIEW: Vows They Can’t Escape by Heidi Rice
19th Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Vows They Can’t Escape by Heidi Rice

Vows They Can’t Escape by Heidi Rice: Heidi Rice’s new romance sets sail on the high seas in this story of second chances. Xanthe Carmichael and Dane Redmond were the proverbial rich girl/poor guy pairing, when Dane came to work for Xanthe’s wealthy father as a 19 year old. Drawn to […]

REVIEW: Wild Montana by Danica Winters
18th Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Wild Montana by Danica Winters

Wild Montana by Danica Winters finds Customs and Border Patrol agent Casper Lawrence determined to regain his job with the FBI. He tags along with Park Ranger Alexis Finch as she checks out a potential crime scene that most have written off as a bear attack. Both Casper and Alexis believe […]

REVIEW: The Consequence of his Vengeance by Jennie Lucas
17th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Consequence of his Vengeance by Jennie Lucas

    In The Consequence of his Vengeance (One Night with Consequences #27) by Jennie Lucas, it’s been ten years since Letty Spencer and Darius Kyrillos have laid eyes on each other. But the second Darius receives word about Letty, he confronts her determined to get his revenge for what […]

REVIEW: A Cowboy to Keep  by Karen Rock
16th Jan / 3 Comments

REVIEW: A Cowboy to Keep by Karen Rock

A Cowboy to Keep by Karen Rock: While this was not my favorite book read so far this month, I did enjoy some aspects of “A Cowboy to Keep”. I love the dude ranch and Colorado settings, as it reminds me of one of my favorite parts of the United States. […]

REVIEW: The Baby Proposal by Andrea Laurence
15th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Baby Proposal by Andrea Laurence

5 The Baby Proposal by Andrea Laurence: Kal and Lana have been friends for ages, and Kal is very happy having Lana as the choreographer and an accomplished dancer at his Hawaiian resort. She’s a native Hawaiian, well versed in the art of Hula dancing and he’s proud of the authentic […]

REVIEW: Rescued by Mr. Wrong by Cynthia Thomason
14th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Rescued by Mr. Wrong by Cynthia Thomason

Rescued by Mr. Wrong by Cynthia Thomason was such an enjoyable read. The reader is introduced to Carrie, who is en route to surprise her family for Christmas in the midst of a dangerous blizzard in Ohio. Her car crashes, and she is rescued by Keegan, who was out in […]

REVIEW: Bride by Royal Decree by Caitlin Crews
13th Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Bride by Royal Decree by Caitlin Crews

Bride by Royal Decree by Caitlin Crews: The latest Harlequin Presents novel by Caitlin Crews takes a Cinderella theme and combines it with a Pygmalion transformation in a sexy and entertaining story. Orphaned child Maggy ended up in the foster care system at the age of eight with amnesia and no […]

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