Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


Review: Too Hot to Handle by Victoria Dahl
31st Mar / 1 Comment

Review: Too Hot to Handle by Victoria Dahl

In Too Hot to Handle by Victoria Dahl, Merry Kade is searching for a place and a career to call her own. She’s living with her BFF Grace in Jackson, Wyoming, and has started working for the Providence Historical Trust. “Merry took a deep breath, inhaling air that was cleaner […]

Review: The Taming of a Wild Child by Kimberly Lang
30th Mar / 2 Comments

Review: The Taming of a Wild Child by Kimberly Lang

“She could only hope that no one would see her heading back to her room as nothing said ‘night of debauchery’ quite like wearing a cocktail dress before breakfast.” In The Taming of a Wild Child by Kimberly Lang, Lorelei LaBlanc is part of New Orleans social elite, having come […]

Review: What She Wants by Sheila Roberts
29th Mar / 0 Comments

Review: What She Wants by Sheila Roberts

“He’d been in love with Lissa ever since he’d discovered girls. In fact, Lissa had been the first girl he discovered when she moved in next door at the age of nine.” In What She Wants by Sheila Roberts, Jonathan Templar has had his sights set on childhood neighbor Lissa […]

Review: A Basic Renovation by Sandra Antonelli
29th Mar / 0 Comments

Review: A Basic Renovation by Sandra Antonelli

In A Basic Renovation by Sandra Antonelli Lesley has come back to her hometown for two reasons…to visit her family and to renovate and flip a fire damaged house she’s bought. She has no desire to stay in Los Alamos…besides the memories and her controlling parents, life is just too dull […]

Review: Back Where She Belongs by Dawn Atkins
27th Mar / 0 Comments

Review: Back Where She Belongs by Dawn Atkins

Back Where She Belongs by Dawn Atkins is a reunion romance that will leave an impression on your heart. This book is full of romance, mystery and intrigue. You will be kept spellbound and glued to your seat as you read! It has been ten years since Tara Wharton has been […]

Review: Home to Laura by Mary Sullivan
26th Mar / 0 Comments

Review: Home to Laura by Mary Sullivan

“Half earth mother and half seductress, Laura stood in the doorway from the back of the shop, even more tempting than she’d been in high school.” In Home to Laura by Mary Sullivan, Nick Jordan left his hometown of Accord, Colorado, over a decade ago and never wanted to return. […]

REVIEW: Maybe This Time by Joan Kilby
26th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Maybe This Time by Joan Kilby

In Maybe This Time by Joan Kilby, Emma Lewis is trying to move forward with her life after a heart-wrenching tragedy and a recent divorce. She thought that by going on a singles cruise with a friend she might be able to begin the dating process again. What she didn’t […]

REVIEW: Dare She Dream of Forever? By Lucy Clark
24th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Dare She Dream of Forever? By Lucy Clark

In Dare She Dream of Forever? By Lucy Clark ; Ebony Matthews is back home to be with her mother after her father’s and after her own husband’s death, she can use some help with her teenage daughter who is becoming more rebellious towards her every day. Ebony is a very talented anesthetist […]

REVIEW: Winning Back His Wife by Melissa McClone
24th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Winning Back His Wife by Melissa McClone

Winning Back His Wife by Melissa McClone: Having just come off a grueling but successful mountain rescue all DR. Cullen Gray can think of is coffee and a chance to unwind and relax…but no sooner his backpack hits the ground he is being notified by the town sheriff that he is listed […]

Review: NYC Angels: Heiress’s Baby Scandal by Janice Lynn
24th Mar / 0 Comments

Review: NYC Angels: Heiress’s Baby Scandal by Janice Lynn

NYC Angels: Heiress’s Baby Scandal by Janice Lynn is a sweet and beautiful romance that will steal your heart. Eleanor Aston hates being in the spotlight, she is always compared to her perfect sister and has always come out short. Now she finds herself forced to be right in the middle […]

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