Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Saving the Single Dad  by Cheryl Harper
9th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Saving the Single Dad by Cheryl Harper

Saving the Single Dad by Cheryl Harper really touched a chord deep inside me. I believe because of its theme of “second chances”, and because throughout the story, there was such an emphasis on forgiveness, on really learning who people are beneath the surface- and not judging people by their pasts.

REVIEW: Rescuing the Royal Runaway Bride by Ally Blake
8th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Rescuing the Royal Runaway Bride by Ally Blake

Rescuing the Royal Runaway Bride by Ally Blake: A marriage of convenience? In this day and age, who in their right mind would think that would work. Mercedes, Sadie, Leo, Gray Leonine thought it might, but then as she was running away on her wedding day, it might not. All […]

REVIEW: A Contract, a Wedding, a Wife? by Christy McKellen
7th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Contract, a Wedding, a Wife? by Christy McKellen

A Contract, a Wedding, a Wife? by Christy McKellen: Determined to keep her father’s dream alive it didn’t seem to matter what she need to sacrifice to make it happen. Solitaire Sanders was determined to keep her family together, whether it meant her father’s dream of a board game coffee shop, […]

REVIEW: The Wedding Quilt Bride  by Marta Perry
6th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Wedding Quilt Bride by Marta Perry

The Wedding Quilt Bride Marta Perry is such a gifted writer, and I enjoy both her romances for Love Inspired, as well as her longer in length Amish novels. In “The Wedding Quilt Bride”, Rebecca, newly widowed, comes home to her parents from Ohio where she lived with her husband […]

REVIEW: The Amish Suitor by JoAnn Brown
5th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Amish Suitor by JoAnn Brown

The Amish Suitor by JoAnn Brown is a touching story about second chances at happiness. Eli has custody of his orphaned nephew, who is profoundly hard of hearing. Eli feels responsible for the deaths of his nephew’s parents, and moves to give him and his nephew a new start.

REVIEW: Surrender to the Ruthless Billionaire by Louise Fuller
4th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Surrender to the Ruthless Billionaire by Louise Fuller

In Surrender to the Ruthless Billionaire by Louise Fuller, Luis can’t believe his luck the night he hits town to spend time with his parents until he discovers the woman he spent an incredible night with is the same woman that has come to take his family’s photographs. Believing she […]

REVIEW: Burn Me Once by Clare Connelly
3rd May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Burn Me Once by Clare Connelly

Burn Me Once by Clare Connelly is a one night stand romance with a rock star on the rebound and an art expert with her own bad history of relationships finding themselves wanting more. Ally Douglas is out with some girlfriends, enjoying a good time at the bar when the […]

REVIEW: Tempted by the Brooding Surgeon by Robin Gianna
2nd May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Tempted by the Brooding Surgeon by Robin Gianna

In Tempted by the Brooding Surgeon by Robin Gianna, when Annabelle Richards discovers she’ll be working with renowned surgeon Daniel Perrera soon after she arrives in Peru, she isn’t happy about it, especially after what he did that almost cost her career when they last worked together. However, she isn’t […]

REVIEW: Princess’s Pregnancy Secret by Natalie Anderson
1st May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Princess’s Pregnancy Secret by Natalie Anderson

Princess’s Pregnancy Secret by Natalie Anderson is a sensual and entertaining contemporary royal romance. Princess Eleni Nicolaides of Palisades has spent her life doing the right thing, being the dutiful Princess, and never straying from expectations for her behaviour. On the night before her engagement to a neighboring country’s Prince […]

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