Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: The Lone Star Cinderella by Maureen Child
13th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Lone Star Cinderella by Maureen Child

The Lone Star Cinderella by Maureen Child: Dave Firestone has achieved great success with his ranch, but striking a deal with TexCat will put an official seal on his beef as the best. There’s only one problem: the owner of TexCat is a conservative man who only does business with family […]

REVIEW: Holding Out For A Hero by Amy Andrews
11th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Holding Out For A Hero by Amy Andrews

In Holding Out For A Hero by Amy Andrews, Ella Lucas’s hometown of Huntley, Australia, has never been a comforting place for her. She was always the social outsider, never quite good enough for any of the cliques because of her mother’s reputation. Even though they didn’t have much interaction, […]

REVIEW: Conveniently by Debra Kayn
10th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Conveniently by Debra Kayn

In Conveniently by Debra Kayn, Dana Reese is not only devastated but outraged, her fiancé has called off the wedding right before it was time for the ceremony. He has completely ruined her life schedule! She had to get married today if her life plans are to happen in order. […]

REVIEW: Not Quite Enough by Catherine Bybee
9th Oct / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Not Quite Enough by Catherine Bybee

In Not Quite Enough (Not Quite #3) by Catherine Bybee, Monica Mann has been through extensive training for the Borderless Nurses group but hasn’t gone on any missions. Until now. She’s sent to Jamaica after a strong earthquake and tsunami hit the island. Monica is thrown into utter chaos as […]

REVIEW: Her Wyoming Hero by Rebecca Winters
8th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Her Wyoming Hero by Rebecca Winters

In Her Wyoming Hero by Rebecca Winters, Ross Livingston knows what being part of the high-class social set with roots that go so far back can be like. So with his own background in mind, he is a bit guarded about his opinions about the new family they will be […]

REVIEW: Rhythm and Bluegrass by Molly Harper
8th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Rhythm and Bluegrass by Molly Harper

In Rhythm and Bluegrass (Bluegrass #2) by Molly Harper, Cheerful multimedia art historian Bonnie Turkle is on a mission to save the the amazing artifacts housed within McBride’s Music Hall. But her trip to Mud Creek, Kentucky, is riddled with bad luck as soon as she crosses the town line. […]

REVIEW: Backstage with Her Ex by Louisa George
4th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Backstage with Her Ex by Louisa George

Backstage with Her Ex by Louisa George: Another amazing HQ KISS book. Lemme tell you about it! Sasha has an obligation to her students. She’s the chorus teacher to a group of special needs kids and they want nothing more to be able to go to a competition in Manchester.But like everything […]

REVIEW: Unbound by Cara McKenna
3rd Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Unbound by Cara McKenna

I went into Unbound by Cara McKenna totally blind, didn’t read the blurb or even see the cover, so I had no idea at all what to expect! I loved, loved it!! Cara managed to pull me in as soon as I met Merry, and she kept me there, immersed […]

REVIEW: Flirting with Danger by Claire Baxter
3rd Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Flirting with Danger by Claire Baxter

In Flirting with Danger by Claire Baxter, Jasmine Mackinnon has done everything she can to bury her feminine side. She loves being a firefighter, but unlike other female firefighters she does not like to dress up after work or use makeup. She is the happiest when she is wearing her […]

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