Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Earthquake Baby by Amy Andrews
14th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Earthquake Baby by Amy Andrews

In Earthquake Baby by Amy Andrews, Mary Laura Scott is the only survivor of a hostel collape during an earthquake.  After many hours being trapped and thinking she would not survive she was rescued and was kept alive by Dr. Jack Riley, whom she then had a one-night afair with. […]

REVIEW: Big Sky Summer by Linda Lael Miller
13th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Big Sky Summer by Linda Lael Miller

In Big Sky Summer by Linda Lael Miller we read Casey and Walker’s story. Casey is a famous singer, and to the world, Walker is a good friend of Casey’s.  So good that her children refer to him as their Uncle.  When Casey decides to get out of the spotlight and live […]

REVIEW: The Sheikh’s Prize by Lynne Graham
12th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Sheikh’s Prize by Lynne Graham

The Sheikh’s Prize by Lynne Graham: Things were different in Maraban five years prior when Prince Zahir took a Westerner as his bride. His then wife, Sapphire, was made a virtual prisoner and hidden from public view. No-one outside of the royal family even knew they were married. Sapphire learned on […]

REVIEW: Night Talk by Maxine Sullivan
10th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Night Talk by Maxine Sullivan

Night Talk by Maxine Sullivan: Cassie King is a recently divorced Chicagoan, attempting to make a name for herself in the world of evening talk radio. One night, Cassie’s guest interview, a sex therapist, fails to show up. Leon, her producer and very good friend, is able to get a […]

REVIEW: The Return of Her Past by Lindsay Armstrong
9th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Return of Her Past by Lindsay Armstrong

In The Return of Her Past by Lindsay Armstrong. Mia has always had a crush on Carlos. Her mother was his family’s housekeeper, her father their gardener. It isn’t until Mia is 18 that Carlos finally notices her and how she’s no longer a little girl. When he comes home one […]

REVIEW: The Couple who Fooled the World by Maisey Yates
8th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Couple who Fooled the World by Maisey Yates

In The Couple who Fooled the World by Maisey Yates, Julia Anderson is the richest woman in the world. Monetarily at least. She has armor that keeps her steady and feeling normal, but Ferro Calvaresi scratches at it every chance he gets. As the head of Anfalas, she has to […]

REVIEW: A Baby Between Friends by Kathie DeNosky
8th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Baby Between Friends by Kathie DeNosky

A Baby Between Friends by Kathie DeNosky is an enticing and entertaining friends to lovers story that will capture your heart with its warmth and sensuality. It is the perfect accompaniment to your summer reading list. Summer Patterson and Ryder McLain have been best friends for years. Summer has been […]

REVIEW: Diamond in the Desert by Susan Stephens
6th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Diamond in the Desert by Susan Stephens

Diamond in the Desert by Susan Stephens: When the Skavanga diamond mines running low on funds with plenty of gems to unearth, Britt Skavanga finds a consortium willing to invest and give her company the boost it needs to get the job done. The consortium is a group of men, one […]

REVIEW: His Brand of Passion by Kate Hewitt
4th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: His Brand of Passion by Kate Hewitt

In His Brand of Passion by Kate Hewitt: Aaron is the CEO of Bryant Enterprises. For as long as he can remember, that’s what he’s been groomed to do. He has been brought up to believe that business precedes everything else, no matter what. When Aaron is best man at his […]

REVIEW: A Throne for the Taking by Kate Walker
3rd Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Throne for the Taking by Kate Walker

In A Throne for the Taking by Kate Walker, the Country of Mecjoria is nearing the prospect of a civil war. Honoria’s father, a high-ranking member of state, is taken into custody for unspecified crimes. Ria knows she must find a way to restore peace, and in her efforts to […]

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