Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Amish Christmas Twins by Patricia Davids
1st Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Amish Christmas Twins by Patricia Davids

Amish Christmas Twins by Patricia Davids: What a welcome treat to read a new story by Patricia Davids, one of my favorite writers of Amish stories for Harlequin. In Amish Christmas Twins, we the readers meet Willa and her adorable young toddler twin girls as they are en route to […]

REVIEW: From Passion to Pregnancy by Tina Beckett
30th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: From Passion to Pregnancy by Tina Beckett

In From Passion to Pregnancy (Hot Brazilian Docs #4) by Tina Beckett, after being witness to his parents loveless marriage, Doctor Sebastian Texiera has no desire to find his Ms. Right and settle down. Yet, one night with nurse Sara Moreira results in her becoming pregnant. Desperate to make things […]

REVIEW: Bound by the Millionaire’s Ring by Dani Collins
29th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Bound by the Millionaire’s Ring by Dani Collins

Bound by the Millionaire’s Ring by Dani Collins is part of the Sauveterre Siblings series, about two sets of twins – Henri and Ramon, and their younger sisters Angelique and Trella – who come from a wealthy Spanish and French background. The kidnapping of Trella at a young age, and the […]

REVIEW: The Virgin’s Shock Baby by Heidi Rice
28th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Virgin’s Shock Baby by Heidi Rice

In The Virgin’s Shock Baby (One Night with Consequences #33) by Heidi Rice, forced to do her father’s bidding, Megan Whittaker needs to seduce Dario De Rossi and find out what he’s up to when it comes to her father’s business. However, Megan finds herself falling under Dario’s spell and […]

REVIEW: Claimed for the Leonelli Legacy by Lynne Graham
27th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Claimed for the Leonelli Legacy by Lynne Graham

In Claimed for the Leonelli Legacy by Lynne Graham, Tia Grayson has spent her life living in a convent, but now the grandfather she never knew wants to bring her home in hopes of her spending the little time he has left with him. However, that isn’t her grandfather’s only […]

REVIEW: The Tycoon’s Marriage Deal by Melanie Milburne
26th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Tycoon’s Marriage Deal by Melanie Milburne

In The Tycoon’s Marriage Deal by Melanie Milburne, Blake McClelland is determined to buy back his family home, the one place his dad was truly happy. But the only way he can accomplish such a task is to get bakery owner Matilda ‘Tillie’ Toppington on side, not only because she […]

REVIEW: Undone by the Billionaire Duke by Caitlin Crews
25th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Undone by the Billionaire Duke by Caitlin Crews

Undone by the Billionaire Duke by Caitlin Crews has a trope that could pass for a regency romance but is clearly written as a modern take on the governess and the lord of the manor falling in love. Hugo, Duke of Grovesmoor has an international reputation as a playboy, much of […]

REVIEW: Lone Star Baby Scandal  by Lauren Canan
24th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Lone Star Baby Scandal by Lauren Canan

Lone Star Baby Scandal by Lauren Canan: Temptation is a rough thing to deal with, especially when it comes in the form of your boss, who you see at least five days a week in all conditions. Sophie Prescott had learned to deal with the temptation that was her boss. […]

REVIEW: An Amish Proposal  by JoAnn brown
23rd Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: An Amish Proposal by JoAnn brown

An Amish Proposal by JoAnn brown: What a treat it was to read another novel by JoAnn Brown! And to be brought back into the lives of the members of the Stoltzfus family, this time particularly Micah- Micah, who is hoping to find someone special to settle down with as his […]

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