Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: For His Eyes Only by Liz Fielding
12th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: For His Eyes Only by Liz Fielding

For His Eyes Only by Liz Fielding: Natasha wasn’t expecting the promotion to come that morning, but then she also wasn’t expecting a very public humiliation, legal threat, and subsequent blackening to her reputation. As she is summarily relieved of her office and car keys, she ponders how she had gotten […]

REVIEW: All Fired Up by Kate Meader
11th Mar / 9 Comments

REVIEW: All Fired Up by Kate Meader

All Fired Up (Hot in the Kitchen #2) by Kate Meader: Cara DeLuca, the perfectionist, the cold, hard, “Lemon Tart” that everyone refers to her as, only appears perfect. But looks can be deceiving. “I’m Cara and I’m a perfectionist. I manage like noboby’s buiness and I also happen to be […]

REVIEW: Shroud of Fog by Janice Kay Johnson
10th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Shroud of Fog by Janice Kay Johnson

In Shroud of Fog by Janice Kay Johnson, Sophie hasn’t spent much time in Cape Trouble in the 20 years since her mother died there…in the sand dunes. When she has visited her aunt Doreen in Cape Trouble, she avoids that area like it doesn’t exist. Currently Sophie works on […]

REVIEW: Crazy for You by Emma Heatherington
10th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Crazy for You by Emma Heatherington

Crazy for You by Emma Heatherington: Daisy Anderson is an aspiring actress with no acting rolls on the horizon. Instead she is working at the local shoe store and hating every minute of it. When her plans to go on Holiday with her best friend and flat mate Lorna fall through […]

REVIEW: Lingerie For Felons by Ros Baxter
8th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Lingerie For Felons by Ros Baxter

In Lingerie For Felons by Ros Baxter, Mathematician and social activist Lola believes in fighting for what’s right through nonviolent actions. Over the course of twenty or so years, she finds herself in trouble–a few times–with the law for her impassioned protests. And somehow every single time she’s wearing inappropriate […]

REVIEW: The Cottage On Juniper Ridge by Sheila Roberts
7th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Cottage On Juniper Ridge by Sheila Roberts

In The Cottage on Juniper Ridge by Sheila Roberts, Jen Heath is severely unhappy with her life as it currently stands. Working two jobs in Seattle, barely able to enjoy her beautiful new condo, stressed out all the time…something needs to change. After taking time to read the book Simplify […]

REVIEW: Lassoed by Fortune by Marie Ferrarella
7th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Lassoed by Fortune by Marie Ferrarella

Lassoed by Fortune by Marie Ferrarella: Julia Tierney, the small town girl who never had the chance to get away for school, instead sticking around to help her parents run their grocery store when her father got sick. She never lost track of her dreams though. Julia always wanted to cook […]

REVIEW: The Do-Over by M.K. Schiller
6th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Do-Over by M.K. Schiller

The Do-Over by M.K. Schiller is one of the best books I have read within the “relationship of convenience” trope. The plot is fresh, original and funny, in addition to being emotionally charged. The classic nerdy woman winning the hunky guy is at play here as well. There are many […]

REVIEW: The Sweetest Thing by Lilian Darcy
6th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Sweetest Thing by Lilian Darcy

In The Sweetest Thing by Lilian Darcy, Tully left Marietta abruptly on prom night 18 years ago. She has rarely returned and now lives and works in California. Now Tully is back in Marietta to help her ‘mother’ take care of her sick ‘sister’ Sugar. After a hard life, Sugar […]

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