Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


Review: How to Catch a Prince by Leanne Banks
6th Mar / 0 Comments

Review: How to Catch a Prince by Leanne Banks

“She had wanted one last chance with Max, but now she was feeling regrets. Every day with him was driving her crazy.” In How to Catch a Prince by Leanne Banks, Sophie Taylor has fallen for her boss Maxwell Carter. She is his wunderkind assistant while he designs new and […]

Review: Hot-Shot Doc Comes to Town by Susan Carlisle
5th Mar / 0 Comments

Review: Hot-Shot Doc Comes to Town by Susan Carlisle

Hot-Shot Doc Comes to Town by Susan Carlisle: When big-city trauma doc Taylor Stiles a.k.a Mr. Speedy with a lead foot gets sentenced to two weeks community service he finds himself headed to a small town of Benton and a state funded medical facility miles from his city life and state […]

Review: Captive in the Spotlight by Annie West
5th Mar / 0 Comments

Review: Captive in the Spotlight by Annie West

Captive in the Spotlight by Annie West is an intensely compelling romance. For five grim years Lucy had imagined her first day of freedom. A sky the pure blue of Italian summer. The scent of citrus in the warm air and the sound of birds. Instead she inhaled a familiar […]

Review: Bound by her Ring by Nicole Flockton
4th Mar / 0 Comments

Review: Bound by her Ring by Nicole Flockton

Bound by her Ring by Nicole Flockton, Jasmine Anderson is trying to piece together the last year of her life after a horrible accident. She has no memory of what happened including who she is married to. She longs to find out who placed the beautiful rings on her finger […]

Review: Reservations for Two by Jennifer Lohmann
3rd Mar / 0 Comments

Review: Reservations for Two by Jennifer Lohmann

In Reservations for Two by Jennifer Lohmann, chef Tilly Milek is fulfilling her lifelong dream of owning her own authentic Polish restaurant in her hometown of Chicago. She trained for years first with her beloved grandmother, then in her mother’s restaurant, and finally in culinary school in New York. She […]

Review: Under the Hood by Juanita Kees
3rd Mar / 1 Comment

Review: Under the Hood by Juanita Kees

“TJ opened the door and strode up to the desk, hands firmly on her hips. She was ready to do battle, he noted.” Under the Hood by Juanita Kees: TJ runs the service shop of the car dealership that Scott has just taken over and their first meeting is explosive! They […]

Review: Makeover Miracle by Charmaine Ross
26th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: Makeover Miracle by Charmaine Ross

In Makeover Miracle by Charmaine Ross, Abbey finds herself in a makeover reality show along side her best friend Jennifer…much to her chagrin! Abbey would much rather hide in a corner than draw attention to herself, but “Jennifer had resorted to desperate measures…” by entering their names to begin with! Abbey can’t […]

Review: Living the Charade by Michelle Conder
25th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: Living the Charade by Michelle Conder

Living the Charade by Michelle Conder is a fabulous read about a headstrong heroine who takes no prisoners and an equally alpha hero who can’t help but wind her up 😉 Miller Jacobs is a strong and independent woman with ambitious career goals. She has worked hard and is on […]

Review: Hitched! by Jessica Hart
24th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: Hitched! by Jessica Hart

Hitched! by Jessica Hart is a sweet and fun read that you leave you wanting more. Frith Taylor is a construction engineer not a wedding planner! She is used to being charged and keeping everything in a very detailed and tight control. But everything is about to get out of […]

Review: Bartering Her Innocence by Trish Morey
24th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: Bartering Her Innocence by Trish Morey

Bartering Her Innocence by Trish Morey will make you cry, will make you laugh and will make you fall in love. Valentina Henderson has always tried to prove that she is nothing like the mother who abandoned her and her father when she was but a small child. So when […]

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