Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Canyon by Brenda Jackson
19th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Canyon by Brenda Jackson

Book number two in the latest Westmoreland trilogy, Canyon by Brenda Jackson, will sweep you off of your feet and keep you enthralled. Full of sigh-worthy romance with a little suspense thrown in the mix makes this book difficult to put down. Brenda Jackson is the queen of seduction! Canyon […]

REVIEW: Colton by Blood by Melissa Cutler
19th Aug / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Colton by Blood by Melissa Cutler

In Colton by Blood by Melissa Cutler, Dr. Levi Colton has lived with being branded a bastard and not being wanted or recognized by his own father. He worked hard to be where he is today and he wants nothing to do with the Colton’s especially Jethro Colton, but his […]

REVIEW: The Courage To Say Yes by Barbara Wallace
18th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Courage To Say Yes by Barbara Wallace

The Courage To Say Yes by Barbara Wallace: Hunter Smith makes a living looking at life through a lens. He’s never in the pictures, and that’s how things should be. After all, when you care, you always get hurt. His father taught him that – and that getting “the” shot is […]

REVIEW: Getting Wild by Sarah Barrie
18th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Getting Wild by Sarah Barrie

In Getting Wild by Sarah Barrie, Ella Jameson is a ruthless, ambitious and successful Editor in Chief for Australia’s top travel magazine.To her staff and the world, she is the devil incarnate with a don’t mess with me attitude but she meets her match in Ryan Edwards. Ryan is an […]

REVIEW: Everything You Need to Know by HelenKay Dimon
17th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Everything You Need to Know by HelenKay Dimon

In Everything You Need To Know by HelenKay Dimon, Jordan McAdam owns and operates “Need To Know,” an up and coming website which rates the rich and powerful bachelors of Washington DC. Members of the site pay a fee, which enables them to ask questions about potential dates and post […]

REVIEW: Wrong Man, Right Kiss by Red Garnier
17th Aug / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Wrong Man, Right Kiss by Red Garnier

Wrong Man, Right Kiss by Red Garnier is a fun and flirty romance that features a friends to lovers trope. It is easy to fall in love with Red Garnier’s lively and entertaining writing style. If you’re looking for a book that is at times humorous but also super sexy, […]

REVIEW: Fearless by Tawny Weber
16th Aug / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Fearless by Tawny Weber

In Fearless by Tawny Weber, Gia Reynard has a job that she likes, terrific girlfriends and a nice place to live. Once a month, she and her three closest friends from college get together for some culinary delights, endless margaritas and lots of girl talk. They chat about everything and […]

REVIEW: Home to the Cowboy by Amanda Renee
16th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Home to the Cowboy by Amanda Renee

In Home to the Cowboy by Amanda Renee, Tess Dalton is back home to help her mom with a wedding and to forget her recent heartbreak and loosing her job. She had hoped to be able to think things in her own time without having the reminder of how she […]

REVIEW: Her Secret, His Baby by Tanya Michaels
15th Aug / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Her Secret, His Baby by Tanya Michaels

In Her Secret, His Baby by Tanya Michaels, Arden Cade had a wonderful one-night stand with a wedding guest where she was the photographer. She may not have wanted to mix business with pleasure, especially since it was the anniversary of a sad occasion for her and she was feeling […]

REVIEW: Cake by Lauren Dane
14th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Cake by Lauren Dane

In Cake by Lauren Dane, extremely talented art student Wren Davis is a young woman that goes after what she desires with a gentle vengeance. Presently, she wants to finish art school, become a successful artist and eventually be the significant other of Gregori Ivanov, Seattle artist extraordinaire. Gregori’s art […]

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