Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


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 […]

REVIEW: Free Fall by Karen Foley
30th Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Free Fall by Karen Foley

Free Fall by Karen Foley: Twenty-eight year-old photographer Maggie Copeland has lived in Chicago for the past 10 years. She fled her hometown on Whidbey Island to start a new life after she was jilted at the alter by her now ex-fiance, navel pilot Phillip Woodman. At the time, she […]

REVIEW: Hollywood House Call by Jules Bennett
29th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Hollywood House Call by Jules Bennett

In Hollywood House Call by Jules Bennett, a lovely wanna-be actress is waiting for her big break by working in Dr. Noah Foster’s office. As Callie’s boss is a brilliant cosmetic surgeon, she sees perfection on a daily basis, but knows that Dr. Foster doesn’t have a God complex like […]

REVIEW: She’s No Angel by Kira Sinclair
29th Jun / 4 Comments

REVIEW: She’s No Angel by Kira Sinclair

She’s No Angel by Kira Sinclair is the second book about the happenings in the tourist town of Sweetheart, South Carolina and another one is in the works for a September release. Alexis Harper, Lexi, is a product of the small town of Sweetheart, South Carolina. Due to her older […]

REVIEW: Girl Least Likely to Marry by Amy Andrews
28th Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Girl Least Likely to Marry by Amy Andrews

Girl Least Likely to Marry by Amy Andrews is the second full-length book in KISS’ ‘Wedding Season’ series. So far, I’m loving each story, and I feel like I’m getting to know the characters pretty well. This book concentrates on Cassie/Cassiopeia (or #geekgirl as she is known on twitter) and Samuel […]

REVIEW: Rancher to the Rescue by Jennifer Faye
28th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Rancher to the Rescue by Jennifer Faye

Rancher to the Rescue by Jennifer Faye: Cash Sullivan waits outside the church for his Grandmother, Martha. She *has* to see the JiffyChef, hometown girl made good, get married. But when the bride runs out and jumps into his truck, he doesn’t have much of a choice. He slowly drives away […]

REVIEW: Wild at Heart by Vicki Lewis Thompson
27th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Wild at Heart by Vicki Lewis Thompson

Wild at Heart by Vicki Lewis Thompson: Naomi Perkins is a local girl born and bred in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. She is a wildlife researcher, presently studying the nesting behavior of the bald eagle. She is confident, adventurous and does not mind living by herself in the wilderness in order to […]

REVIEW: A Walk Down The Aisle by Holly Jacobs
27th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Walk Down The Aisle by Holly Jacobs

In A Walk Down The Aisle by Holly Jacobs, Sophie Johnston’s wedding is cut short when a blue-haired teenager stands up and says she objects. She soon finds out that the girl, Victoria “Tori” Allen, is the baby she gave up for adoption fourteen years ago. Even though Tori shows […]

REVIEW: Promise from a Cowboy by C. J. Carmichael
27th Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Promise from a Cowboy by C. J. Carmichael

In Promise from a Cowboy by C. J. Carmichael, Savannah Moody has worked hard to become the Sheriff of Coffee Creek and to be respected and looked up to by everyone, not be looked down and judged like she was when she was younger. The only thing shedoesn’t like about […]

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