Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Blame it on the Cowboy by Delores Fossen
12th Sep / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Blame it on the Cowboy by Delores Fossen

In Blame it on the Cowboy (The McCord Brothers #3) by Delores Fossen, proposing to his girlfriend didn’t turn out quite liked Logan McCord hoped. Instead of drowning himself in his sorrow like he’d planned, Logan is determined to take Reese Stephens — the beautiful woman he meets — up […]

REVIEW: Baby of His Revenge by Jennie Lucas
12th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Baby of His Revenge by Jennie Lucas

    In Baby of His Revenge by Jennie Lucas, Kassius Black rose from the ashes of his catastrophic childhood driven by revenge against the father who abandoned him. With near complete ownership of his father’s assets, Kassius’s last vengeful step is to present him with an heir he’ll never […]

REVIEW: No Limits  by Katherine Garbera
11th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: No Limits by Katherine Garbera

No Limits by Katherine Garbera: When you reach for the stars sometimes it’s the ground you end up with and sometimes you manage the universe. Molly Tanner had her heart broken by every man she ever loved, from her first boyfriend up to the most recent. Right now though she […]

REVIEW: A Sister’s Wish by Shelley Shepard Gray
9th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Sister’s Wish by Shelley Shepard Gray

  A Sister’s Wish by Shelley Shepard Gray: I have been waiting a long time to read this newest installment in Shelley Shepard Gray’s Charmed Amish Life series. Her books, her writing style, really make the reader feel that they are part of the characters’ family. “A Sister’s Wish” gives the […]

REVIEW: Whispers Under a Southern Sky  by Joanne Rocky
8th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Whispers Under a Southern Sky by Joanne Rocky

    Whispers Under a Southern Sky by Joanne Rocky: Back home after a decade of no contact with her family, Amy just wants to quickly mend what ties she can, renovate her deceased father’s old hunting cabin, and be there for the trail her sister’s involved in, before getting out […]

REVIEW: The Spaniard’s Pregnant Bride  by Maisey Yates
7th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Spaniard’s Pregnant Bride by Maisey Yates

    In The Spaniard’s Pregnant Bride by Maisey Yates, Allegra Valenti enters Italy’s most glorious masquerade ball hiding her identity ,determined to make happy memories to sustain her through her impending coldly arranged betrothal. But a passionate encounter with a masked stranger has consequences that tear apart her dutiful […]

REVIEW: His Amish Sweetheart by JoAnn Brown
5th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: His Amish Sweetheart by JoAnn Brown

His Amish Sweetheart by JoAnn Brown tells the story of Esther and Nathaniel, who were childhood best friends, and are reunited now as adults when Nathaniel returns to the town where Esther still lives, Paradise Springs in Pennsylvania. Esther is now the district teacher, and Nathaniel is determined to learn how […]

REVIEW: Dead End by Lisa Phillips
4th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Dead End by Lisa Phillips

Dead End by Lisa Phillips: This definitely lives up to being called a “suspense” story! Was up all night to finish! I immediately felt drawn into Nina’s story, as she searched in earnest to find answers about the real killer in her mothers’ death many years ago.

REVIEW: Carousel Nights by Amie Denman
3rd Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Carousel Nights by Amie Denman

Carousel Nights by Amie Denman is a super touching story. I plan to now read the first one in the Starlight Point series, to learn more about June, her family and Starlight Point. In “Carousel Nights”, June feels a nearly constant tug of war in her emotions between helping to revitalize […]

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