Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Tempted by the Billionaire Next Door by Therese Beharrie
15th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Tempted by the Billionaire Next Door by Therese Beharrie

Tempted by the Billionaire Next Door by Therese Beharrie: Some people try very hard to do the right thing and be the right one, for all the wrong reasons. Some people just don’t understand that who they are is more than enough. For Jessica Steyn she couldn’t believe in herself.

REVIEW: My Royal Sin by Riley Pine
14th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: My Royal Sin by Riley Pine

My Royal Sin by Riley Pine is the second steamy romance in the Arrogant Heirs series, set in the fictional European country of Edenvale. This time it’s the second son, the man destined for the Priesthood who finds himself torn between love and duty in a story with some surprising […]

REVIEW: Her Family’s Defender  by Kim Findlay
13th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Her Family’s Defender by Kim Findlay

Her Family’s Defender by Kim Findlay: I always enjoy reading books by authors whose work I have not yet read, and Her Family’s Defender by Kim Findlay was no exception. Ms. Findlay weaves a touching and enjoyable story about a Stanley Cup recipient hockey player who befriends a single mother […]

REVIEW: Reunited by a Secret Child  by Leigh Bale
12th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Reunited by a Secret Child by Leigh Bale

Reunited by a Secret Child by Leigh Bale: Reese, a hotshot firefighter, has come home to the small town where he grew up, while he tries to put his life back together after his fellow firefighters have all perished. He is welcomed back to town by Katie, who always secretly […]

REVIEW: Desert Prince’s Stolen Bride by Kate Hewitt
11th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Desert Prince’s Stolen Bride by Kate Hewitt

Desert Prince’s Stolen Bride by Kate Hewitt: Desert Prince’s Stolen Bride by Kate Hewitt is a passionate and enjoyable Cinderella themed romance. Prince Zayed of Abkar is determined to reclaim his thrown, after his family was overthrown in a palace coup that saw his family die, and him exiled from […]

REVIEW: Saving the Single Dad  by Cheryl Harper
9th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Saving the Single Dad by Cheryl Harper

Saving the Single Dad by Cheryl Harper really touched a chord deep inside me. I believe because of its theme of “second chances”, and because throughout the story, there was such an emphasis on forgiveness, on really learning who people are beneath the surface- and not judging people by their pasts.

REVIEW: Rescuing the Royal Runaway Bride by Ally Blake
8th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Rescuing the Royal Runaway Bride by Ally Blake

Rescuing the Royal Runaway Bride by Ally Blake: A marriage of convenience? In this day and age, who in their right mind would think that would work. Mercedes, Sadie, Leo, Gray Leonine thought it might, but then as she was running away on her wedding day, it might not. All […]

REVIEW: A Contract, a Wedding, a Wife? by Christy McKellen
7th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Contract, a Wedding, a Wife? by Christy McKellen

A Contract, a Wedding, a Wife? by Christy McKellen: Determined to keep her father’s dream alive it didn’t seem to matter what she need to sacrifice to make it happen. Solitaire Sanders was determined to keep her family together, whether it meant her father’s dream of a board game coffee shop, […]

REVIEW: The Wedding Quilt Bride  by Marta Perry
6th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Wedding Quilt Bride by Marta Perry

The Wedding Quilt Bride Marta Perry is such a gifted writer, and I enjoy both her romances for Love Inspired, as well as her longer in length Amish novels. In “The Wedding Quilt Bride”, Rebecca, newly widowed, comes home to her parents from Ohio where she lived with her husband […]

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