Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: Ride Rough by Laura Kaye
12th Apr / 14 Comments

REVIEW: Ride Rough by Laura Kaye

In Ride Rough (Raven Riders #2) by Laura Kaye, The Raven Riders Motorcycle Club means everything to Maverick Rylan. They’re his family by choice, and in some cases his actual blood family, as with his cousin and club President, Dare. Although it’s also one of the big reasons he lost his […]

REVIEW: Take on Me by Sarah Mayberry
12th Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Take on Me by Sarah Mayberry

Take on Me by Sarah Mayberry is the first story in her Secret Lives of Daytime Divas series. Originally published in 2007, it’s been re-released in digital format with a new cover. While the era of the TV soap opera is waning, I used to be a devoted fan (General […]

REVIEW: Ain’t He Precious?  by Juliette Poe
11th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Ain’t He Precious? by Juliette Poe

Ain’t He Precious? by Juliette Poe: Sawyer Bennett is beginning a new chapter in her writing career with her “sweet and swoony alter ego” Juliette Poe and Ain’t He Precious? is a wonderful way to launch her new persona and endeavor. It’s a quick and satisfying read that has all the feels. Trixie and […]

REVIEW: Million Dollar Cowboy by Lori Wilde
8th Apr / 11 Comments

REVIEW: Million Dollar Cowboy by Lori Wilde

In Million Dollar Cowboy (Cupid, Texas #5) by Lori Wilde, Ridge Lockhart grew up on the Silver Feather Ranch, in Cupid, Texas knowing he was always going to be the outsider, being that he was the only illegitimate son out of Duke Lockhart’s four boys. The bad blood between him […]

REVIEW: Forbidden to the Playboy Surgeon by Fiona Lowe
7th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Forbidden to the Playboy Surgeon by Fiona Lowe

In Forbidden to the Playboy Surgeon (Paddington Children’s Hospital #2) by Fiona Lowe, Claire Mitchell loves her job and wouldn’t normally do anything to compromise it, but she’s finding it harder and harder to resist her boss, Alistair North. Especially when he’s so determined to help her be more spontaneous, […]

REVIEW: Any Day Now by Robyn Carr
6th Apr / 14 Comments

REVIEW: Any Day Now by Robyn Carr

In Any Day Now (Sullivan’s Crossing #2) by Robyn Carr, Sullivan’s Crossing, Colorado, is the last place Sierra Jones thought she would end up. But an invitation from her big brother Cal and his wife Maggie to visit came at exactly the right time, just when she was looking to start […]

REVIEW: Sweet Rivalry by K. Bromberg
6th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Sweet Rivalry by K. Bromberg

Sweet Rivalry by K. Bromberg is such a treat. (Yes, that pun is intended.) It’s a quick and dirty read that has plenty of laughs, heartfelt moments and sexy times packed into its 120 pages. Ryder Rodgers and Harper Denton were fierce competitors while getting their masters degrees in business […]

REVIEW: A Million Little Things by Susan Mallery
5th Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: A Million Little Things by Susan Mallery

In A Million Little Things  (Mischief Bay #3) by Susan Mallery, Zoe Saldivar has been through her fair share of changes in the past few years. From losing her mother, to changing jobs, and breaking up with her longtime boyfriend, she thought things would even out eventually. But secluded in her […]

REVIEW: My One True Highlander by Suzanne Enoch
5th Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: My One True Highlander by Suzanne Enoch

My One True Highlander: Suzanne Enoch continues her No Ordinary Hero series with the second book – My One True Highlander. Ms. Enoch is one of my favorite authors, and her books set in the Scottish Highlands never fail to disappoint. My One True Highlander is a heartwarming and fun romance […]

REVIEW: Stormchaser by Cherry Adair
4th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Stormchaser by Cherry Adair

In Stormchaser (Cutter Cay #4) by Cherry Adair, Marine archaeologist Dr. Calista West is used to being the odd person out when it comes to joining salvage teams on their missions. She usually arrives after everyone has bonded on their journey to the site, showing up as the expert/voice of […]

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