Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Holding Out for a Hero  by Pamela Tracy
15th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Holding Out for a Hero by Pamela Tracy

Holding Out for a Hero by Pamela Tracy features a young woman, Shelley, who inspires admiration and empathy for the fact that she is a single mother raising her stepson and expecting the birth of her first newborn at any time. She is on the receiving end of scorn and […]

REVIEW: The Desert King’s Captive Bride by Annie West
14th Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Desert King’s Captive Bride by Annie West

In The Desert King’s Captive Bride by Annie West, Princess Ghizlan is returning home to be with her sister after the loss of their father. However, when she arrives to find her sister being held captive and herself given an ultimatum to ensure her sister’s safety, will she marry Sheikh […]

REVIEW: Her Hot Highland Doc by Annie O’Neill
13th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Her Hot Highland Doc by Annie O’Neill

In Her Hot Highland Doc by Annie O’Neill  , working in an ebola infected environment and then coming home to run his father’s clinic, has left a lot of people wary of Dr. Brodie McClellan. Patients are avoiding him like the plague, even though there’s absolutely no chance he’s contagious […]

REVIEW: Return of Her Italian Duke  by Rebecca Winters
12th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Return of Her Italian Duke by Rebecca Winters

Return of Her Italian Duke by Rebecca Winters: Circumstances can make anything harsher than you intend, especially when you don’t intend to hurt anyone. Gemma Bonucci Rizzo didn’t understand. Why had her love disappeared into the night? Why hadn’t he sent word or tried to contact her? For ten long years […]

REVIEW: The Millionaire’s Royal Rescue by Jennifer Faye
11th Mar / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Millionaire’s Royal Rescue by Jennifer Faye

The Millionaire’s Royal Rescue by Jennifer Faye: A mystery, a murder and now a young woman who just wants to step out into the world. Annabelle DiSalvo knew her mother’s murder changed everything. Her family was no longer who they were and she would never again have her mother.

REVIEW: Till Death by Jennifer Armentrout
10th Mar / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Till Death by Jennifer Armentrout

In Till Death by Jennifer Armentrout, Sasha Keeton is one of very few people who can say she’s escaped death at the hands of a serial killer. But that’s exactly what happened ten years ago when she somehow freed herself from the Groom’s grip. Being held captive and tortured obviously […]

REVIEW: Claimed for the De Carrillo Twins by Abby Green
10th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Claimed for the De Carrillo Twins by Abby Green

Claimed for the De Carrillo Twins by Abby Green: Trinity goes from a young naïve housekeeper to nanny for a pair of adorable twins whose mother has died, to step mom when their father Rio convinces her to marry him for their well being. It doesn’t matter that she has a […]

REVIEW: The Italian’s One-Night Baby by Lynne Graham
9th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Italian’s One-Night Baby by Lynne Graham

In The Italian’s One-Night Baby (Brides for the Taking #2) by Lynne Graham, Ellie Foster it seems is the only woman to have ever rejected Rio Benedetti, and since that ill-fated night they haven’t spoken to each other. But now, she’s in Italy and all Rio can think is that Ellie […]

REVIEW: Plain Target  by Dana Lynn
8th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Plain Target by Dana Lynn

Plain Target by Dana Lynn was a very enjoyable combination of three of my favorite genres: romance, Amish and suspense all in one. And I am excited that this is the first in a series- I am looking forward to the next installment! In “Plain Target”, we meet Jess, a […]

REVIEW: His Mistress with Two Secrets by Dani Collins
7th Mar / 8 Comments

REVIEW: His Mistress with Two Secrets by Dani Collins

In His Mistress with Two Secrets (The Sauveterre Siblings #2) by Dani Collins, Cinnia Whitley is determined to keep the fact that she’s pregnant with twins a secret from the man she’d fallen in love with; a man that swore he could never love her back. Unfortunately, her secret doesn’t […]

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