Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Boss on Notice by Janet Lee Nye
3rd Dec / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Boss on Notice by Janet Lee Nye

  Boss on Notice is the second story in the Cleaning Crew series, centered around an all male housekeeping service (with the exception of the boss lady, heroine Sadie from the first book in the series, Spying on the Boss). They’ve got strict rules for how they interact with clients and […]

REVIEW: The Doctor’s Diamond Proposal by Annie Claydon
2nd Dec / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Doctor’s Diamond Proposal by Annie Claydon

The Doctor’s Diamond Proposal by Annie Claydon: The past can shape us, mold us into who we are going to be. The trick is not letting it control us as we move forward. Alexandra Jackson knew that what life threw at you would shape you. She also knew that things that […]

REVIEW: Meet me on the Midway by Amie Denman
1st Dec / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Meet me on the Midway by Amie Denman

Meet me on the Midway by Amie Denman: What a treat this book was! After really enjoying the first book in Starlight Point, reading June’s story, it was now a pleasure to read about Evie, and her ambition and goals for the family owned amusement park, its’ hotel and expanding facilities.

REVIEW: Cowboy Unwrapped by Vicki Lewis Thompson
29th Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Cowboy Unwrapped by Vicki Lewis Thompson

    Cowboy Unwrapped by Vicki Lewis Thompson is the latest Thunder Mountain Brotherhood romance from Vicki Lewis Thompson. They center around men who as children or young teenagers were taken in as foster children at Thunder Mountain Ranch by Herb and Rosie, experiencing finally the love and togetherness and friendship […]

REVIEW: One Hot December by Tiffany Reisz
28th Nov / 1 Comment

REVIEW: One Hot December by Tiffany Reisz

One Hot December is the third book in the Men At Work trilogy by Tiffany Reisz, a lighthearted, funny and super sexy series set in the in the idyllic forested locale surrounding Mount Hood, Oregon. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed each book in the standalone series that has loosely connected characters but […]

REVIEW: Hazardous Holiday by Liz Johnson
27th Nov / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Hazardous Holiday by Liz Johnson

Hazardous Holiday by Liz Johnson: One of the wonderful aspects of writing reviews and reading is discovering different talented authors. And, there seems to be a real trend with Harlequin books to include characters who serve our country, and I love seeing the respectful way Harlequin authors incorporate these characters.

REVIEW: Her Christmas Family Wish by Lois Richer
25th Nov / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Her Christmas Family Wish by Lois Richer

    Her Christmas Family Wish by Lois Richer: This magical story has multiple surprises for the characters and readers! Ellie, a nurse and adoptive mother of young Gracie, meets Wyatt, a widowed father of Cade who is a toddler; Wyatt is a veterinarian who is also trying to renovate his […]

REVIEW: Tempting the Best Man by Tanya Michaels
23rd Nov / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Tempting the Best Man by Tanya Michaels

    Tempting the Best Man by Tanya Michaels explores the growing attraction of two people who are complete opposites from each other. Mia Hayes and Daniel Keegan went to college together. She was the girl with the chip on her shoulder and he was the teacher’s pet who always followed […]

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