Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Claiming His Convenient Fiancée by Natalie Anderson
14th Jun / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Claiming His Convenient Fiancée by Natalie Anderson

Claiming His Convenient Fiancée by Natalie Anderson Catriona (Kitty) Parkes-Wilson’s father unexpectedly sold her childhood home—a home that has been in her family for generations—and all of its contents, including a necklace that once belonged to her great-aunt and has great sentimental value. Kitty is determined to get it back […]

REVIEW: His Accidental Heir by Joanne Rock
13th Jun / 3 Comments

REVIEW: His Accidental Heir by Joanne Rock

His Accidental Heir by Joanne Rock is a delightful contemporary romance with a Caribbean flair. Part of the MacNeil Magnates series, it’s Cameron’s turn to find a partner. He just doesn’t expect it to happen while on an undercover assignment! Cameron gets to play the part of fussy and demanding […]

REVIEW: Reunited…and Pregnant by Joss Wood
12th Jun / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Reunited…and Pregnant by Joss Wood

  Reunited…and Pregnant by Joss Wood is a sexy second chance romance, and part of the Ballantyne Billionaires series. There are four siblings, all involved in the company business of acquiring and selling gems. Beckett is the company financier, a job he took after his family insisted that he take […]

REVIEW: Bond of Hatred by Lynne Graham
11th Jun / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Bond of Hatred by Lynne Graham

In Bond of Hatred by Lynne Graham, Sarah isn’t about to let Alex Terzakis and his family take anything more from her than they already have. So, when he arrives at her doorstep looking to take her sister’s child away from her, Sarah doesn’t make things easy. However, finding herself […]

REVIEW: The Prince’s Captive Virgin by Maisey Yates
9th Jun / 7 Comments

REVIEW: The Prince’s Captive Virgin by Maisey Yates

The Prince’s Captive Virgin by Maisey Yates is a fresh take on an old favorite trope – a Beauty and the Beast themed sensual romance set on a Mediterranean island with a forgotten Prince and a woman who helps heal his broken heart . Olympios may be small but it’s still […]

REVIEW: In the Cowboy’s Arms by Vicki Lewis Thompson
8th Jun / 4 Comments

REVIEW: In the Cowboy’s Arms by Vicki Lewis Thompson

In In the Cowboy’s Arms by Vicki Lewis Thompson is the first of her Thunder Mountain Brotherhood series to be featured as part of the Harlequin Special Edition imprint, necessitated by the upcoming closing of the Harlequin Blaze line. While the heat factor has been tamed a bit as a result, […]

REVIEW: The Whole Way Home by Sarah Creech
7th Jun / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Whole Way Home by Sarah Creech

In The Whole Way Home by Sarah Creech, Growing up in the small mountain town of Gatesville, Virginia, Joanne “Jo” Lover’s life revolved around music. From gospel to country to bluegrass, she and her two close friends, J. D. and Rob, played their music for anyone who would listen. These […]

REVIEW: Healing the Sheikh’s Heart by Annie O’Neill
7th Jun / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Healing the Sheikh’s Heart by Annie O’Neill

In Healing the Sheikh’s Heart (Paddington Children’s Hospital #5) by Annie O’Neill, Robyn Kelly is determined to impress Sheikh Idris Al Khalil in hopes he’ll choose her to perform the surgery he hopes will give his daughter the chance to hear. However, she never imagined she’d fall in love with […]

REVIEW: A Ring to Secure His Crown by Kim Lawrence
6th Jun / 3 Comments

REVIEW: A Ring to Secure His Crown by Kim Lawrence

A compassionate Lady and a sexy Prince unexpectedly find themselves in a marriage of convenience through a twist of fate in Kim Lawrence’s A Ring to Secure His Crown. Lady Sabrina Summerville was raised to put her country first, and she’s willing to accept a tepid political marriage to ensure […]

REVIEW: A Bride for the Brooding Boss by Bella Bucannon
4th Jun / 3 Comments

REVIEW: A Bride for the Brooding Boss by Bella Bucannon

A Bride for the Brooding Boss by Bella Bucannon: Passion is one thing, turning that passion into a life long commitment, well that was always tricky and some just couldn’t do that, or could they? Lauren Taylor was good at what she did. She could figure out computers and what secrets […]

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