Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: Blame It on the Duke by Lenora Bell
11th Jun / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Blame It on the Duke by Lenora Bell

In Blame It on the Duke (The Disgraceful Dukes #3) by Lenora Bell, Nights of excess and self-indulgence have been Nicolas, Lord Hatherly’s, norm for so long that he can’t recall any other way of existing. But he gets a rude awakening when his father, the mad Duke of Barrington, […]

REVIEW: Bond of Hatred by Lynne Graham
11th Jun / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Bond of Hatred by Lynne Graham

In Bond of Hatred by Lynne Graham, Sarah isn’t about to let Alex Terzakis and his family take anything more from her than they already have. So, when he arrives at her doorstep looking to take her sister’s child away from her, Sarah doesn’t make things easy. However, finding herself […]

REVIEW: Fighting for Redemption by Nicole Flockton
10th Jun / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Fighting for Redemption by Nicole Flockton

In Fighting for Redemption (The Elite #4) by Nicole Flockton, Brett Hunter is in need of serious help to clean up his image after performing badly at the Rio Olympics, especially with his sponsors threatening to dump him. However, working alongside Cassandra Fielder isn’t easy since he has a secret […]

REVIEW: One Week to the Wedding by Olivia Miles
9th Jun / 5 Comments

REVIEW: One Week to the Wedding by Olivia Miles

One Week to the Wedding(Misty Point #1) by Olivia Miles is a book about second chances, it is a book about finding love when you least expect it. It is a book about forgiveness and family. This book took me through a array of emotions, laughter, tears, and in the end, […]

REVIEW: Wired by Julie Garwood
9th Jun / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Wired by Julie Garwood

In Wired (Buchanan-Renard #13) by Julie Garwood, FBI Agent Liam Scott is desperate to solve the problem the department is facing that’s putting lives of agents at risk. Securing help from brilliant hacker, Alison Trent, is a struggle at first, because of the secrets she’s keeping that she believes could […]

REVIEW: In the Cowboy’s Arms by Vicki Lewis Thompson
8th Jun / 4 Comments

REVIEW: In the Cowboy’s Arms by Vicki Lewis Thompson

In In the Cowboy’s Arms by Vicki Lewis Thompson is the first of her Thunder Mountain Brotherhood series to be featured as part of the Harlequin Special Edition imprint, necessitated by the upcoming closing of the Harlequin Blaze line. While the heat factor has been tamed a bit as a result, […]

REVIEW: Healing the Sheikh’s Heart by Annie O’Neill
7th Jun / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Healing the Sheikh’s Heart by Annie O’Neill

In Healing the Sheikh’s Heart (Paddington Children’s Hospital #5) by Annie O’Neill, Robyn Kelly is determined to impress Sheikh Idris Al Khalil in hopes he’ll choose her to perform the surgery he hopes will give his daughter the chance to hear. However, she never imagined she’d fall in love with […]

REVIEW: A Ring to Secure His Crown by Kim Lawrence
6th Jun / 3 Comments

REVIEW: A Ring to Secure His Crown by Kim Lawrence

A compassionate Lady and a sexy Prince unexpectedly find themselves in a marriage of convenience through a twist of fate in Kim Lawrence’s A Ring to Secure His Crown. Lady Sabrina Summerville was raised to put her country first, and she’s willing to accept a tepid political marriage to ensure […]

REVIEW: Shadow Reaper by Christine Feehan
5th Jun / 10 Comments

REVIEW: Shadow Reaper by Christine Feehan

In Shadow Reaper (Shadow #2) by Christine Feehan, Shadow rider Ricco Ferraro appears to be an open book. He lives his life always in the public eye, has a penchant for fast cars and lots of women, but he’s actually been hiding a horrific past. His main focus since his […]

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