Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Bound by the Sultan’s Baby by Carol Marinelli
16th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Bound by the Sultan’s Baby by Carol Marinelli

Bound by the Sultan’s Baby by Carol Marinelli gives us a tantalizing glimpse into the life of Sultan Alim al-Lehan, a man who would like nothing more than to continue living his more carefree life in Rome where he owns and manages an exclusive hotel, the Grande Lucia. He is […]

REVIEW: His Ex’s Well Kept Secret by Joss Wood
15th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: His Ex’s Well Kept Secret by Joss Wood

His Ex’s Well Kept Secret by Joss Wood takes an unusual twist on the amnesia trope to deliver a sexy and unique second chance romance. Jaeger Ballantyne, a wealthy businessman whose family deals in precious stones has a chance to acquire a set of beautiful Kashmir sapphires worth millions when […]

REVIEW: The Nanny Bargain by Glynna Kaye
14th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Nanny Bargain by Glynna Kaye

The Nanny Bargain by Glynna Kaye: This was not an easy book to “get into”, as it was slow in parts. Unfortunately as it did not “grab” me within the first few chapters, I had to be patient and find ways to become attached to the characters and their relationships.

REVIEW: Stranded with the Secret Billionaire by Marion Lennox
13th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Stranded with the Secret Billionaire by Marion Lennox

Stranded with the Secret Billionaire by Marion Lennox: Sometimes please everyone just lands in heartbreak and hurt. Sometimes though you need to hit that low to figure out what you want and how to make that happen. Penelope, Penny, Hindmarsh – Firth discovered that. She had finally decided that it wasn’t […]

REVIEW: Their Surprise Daddy by Ruth Logan Herne
11th May / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Their Surprise Daddy by Ruth Logan Herne

Their Surprise Daddy by Ruth Logan Herneis such an enjoyable read, including the opportunity to read once again about the Gallagher family, about whom I read in other Love Inspired books. They are such a close loving, fun loving and tight knit family.

REVIEW: Falling for the Foster Mom by Karin Baine
10th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Falling for the Foster Mom by Karin Baine

In Falling for the Foster Mom (Paddington Children’s Hospital #4) by Karin Baine, after many years raising his siblings, Matt McGrory is determined to finally have some time to himself now that his siblings no longer need him as much. Except he never expected to meet Quinn Grady and her […]

REVIEW: The Girl Who Knew Too Much by Amanda Quick
9th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Girl Who Knew Too Much by Amanda Quick

In The Girl Who Knew Too Much by Amanda Quick, on the run from those that hurt her boss, she had to change her name and her career. Now to everyone, she’s a reporter named Irene Glasson and she’s chasing the story of a lifetime after discovering a dead woman […]

REVIEW: Pride and Pregnancy by Sarah M. Anderson
9th May / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Pride and Pregnancy by Sarah M. Anderson

Pride and Pregnancy by Sarah M. Anderson casts some interesting characters in a sexy and intriguing romance. Caroline Jennings is a judge, young and with only a few years of experience under her belt, but tough and fair. She’s got a new job on the bench in South Dakota, a […]

REVIEW: Sold for the Greek’s Heir by Lynne Graham
8th May / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Sold for the Greek’s Heir by Lynne Graham

In Sold for the Greek’s Heir (Brides for the Taking #3) by Lynne Graham, having Jax Antonakos back in her life is the one thing Lucy Dixon wishes wouldn’t happen, because he left her heartbroken and pregnant without offering an explanation why he cut off all contact with her. But […]

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