Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Stolen Kisses with her Boss by Susan Carlisle
14th Aug / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Stolen Kisses with her Boss by Susan Carlisle

In Stolen Kisses with her Boss by Susan Carlisle, Cynthia Markum has been working for Dr. Sean Donavon for a while as a transcriber. All he’s been is a voice, a very sexy voice, but the moment she meets him in person she’s even more intrigued. However, she has too […]

REVIEW: The Marriage Contract by Kat Cantrell
13th Aug / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Marriage Contract by Kat Cantrell

The Marriage Contract by Kat Cantrell takes an unusual approach to a marriage of convenience romance in this entertaining and sexy story. Desmond Pierce is a reclusive inventor who wants to have a child but doesn’t want to go about it by the normal route. He enters into a marriage […]

REVIEW: Their Baby Surprise by Katrina Cudmore
12th Aug / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Their Baby Surprise by Katrina Cudmore

Their Baby Surprise by Katrina Cudmore: When you have demons in your past they tend to keeping edging into your present and even your future, until you manage to slay them. Keeping them at bay doesn’t work forever. Charlotte Aldridge knew that better than most. The problem was she was […]

REVIEW: Bad Deeds by Lisa Renee Jones
11th Aug / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Bad Deeds by Lisa Renee Jones

Bad Deeds by Lisa Renee Jonesis book three in the Dirty Money series and just like the previous two books, this one will keep you turning the pages. If you’re new to this series, you need to start with book one, and if you have read the previous two books, […]

REVIEW: The Secret He Must Claim by Chantelle Shaw
11th Aug / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Secret He Must Claim by Chantelle Shaw

The Secret He Must Claim by Chantelle Shaw is the first in a new series about the Saunderson family. It’s a tale of high society, secrets and passion. In this story, Elin and her brother Jarek were adopted as an orphaned brother and sister from war-torn Bosnia by the Saundersons. […]

REVIEW: The Alaskan Catch by Beth Carpenter
10th Aug / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Alaskan Catch by Beth Carpenter

The Alaskan Catch by Beth Carpenter: The name of this novel, The Alaskan Catch, was what first caught my interest, as my honeymoon with my husband was to the beautiful state of Alaska 17 years ago. It is easily one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited, and […]

REVIEW: Charmed by the Wolf by Kristal Holli
9th Aug / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Charmed by the Wolf by Kristal Holli

Charmed by the Wolf by Kristal Hollis: When Penelope Buchanan arrives at Walker’s Run Resort to teach a children’s art class for the summer, the last thing she expects to do is meet someone who she’s attracted to. Tristan Durrance is not only a local police office, but he’s a […]

REVIEW: Say No More by Liliana Hart
8th Aug / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Say No More by Liliana Hart

In Say No More (Gravediggers #3) by Liliana Hart, Things have always come easy to Dante Malcolm thanks to his privileged upbringing in British society. Looking for a challenge, he found that in living a secret life as the renowned art thief Simon Locke while also forging a career as […]

REVIEW: The CEO’s Nanny Affair by Joss Wood
8th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The CEO’s Nanny Affair by Joss Wood

The CEO’s Nanny Affair by Joss Wood is the third story in her Ballantyne siblings saga, about a family involved in the jewelry acquisition and design business. I’ve really enjoyed the series to date, and was excited to read this latest story about Linc Ballantyne, the CEO of the family companies.

REVIEW: Pregnant at Acosta’s Demand by Maya Blake
7th Aug / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Pregnant at Acosta’s Demand by Maya Blake

Pregnant at Acosta’s Demand by Maya Blake: Suki is smart, creative, and shy. She hasn’t had good luck with relationships or men in general, so she doesn’t understand her attraction to her best friend’s playboy brother. Ramon may be devastatingly sexy, but he irritates and flusters her like no one […]

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