Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: What a Sicilian Husband Wants by Michelle Smart
14th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: What a Sicilian Husband Wants by Michelle Smart

In What a Sicilian Husband Wants by Michelle Smart, Grace Holden is desperately hiding from the past by moving countries and cutting all ties. She is determined to not let her now infant daughter anywhere near the dark power and money of her millionaire Sicilian husband. Luca Mastrangelo has finally […]

REVIEW: Be With Me by J. Jynn
14th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Be With Me by J. Jynn

In Be With Me (Wait For You #2) by J. Lynn, Teresa Hamilton’s entire life has shifted. She was on her way to a career in dance when an injury forced her to reassess everything. Now going to college in the loving, albeit over-protective, shadow of her big brother Cameron, […]

REVIEW: The Bride Said Maybe by Cathy Maxwell
13th Mar / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Bride Said Maybe by Cathy Maxwell

The Bride Said Maybe by Cathy Maxwell: There’s been a bit of talk on Harelquin Junkie recently about tropes, and which ones certain novels use. The Bride Says Maybe uses one not on the list, the “married to pay your father’s/uncle’s/brother’s/guardian’s debt” trope. In this case, the sacrificial victim is Lady […]

REVIEW: Perfect Catch by Sierra Dean
12th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Perfect Catch by Sierra Dean

In Perfect Catch (Boys of Summer #2) by Sierra Dean, Floridian Alice Darling has a lot going on in her life. She is the single mother of a nine year old little girl, looks after her depressed brother, and works as both a waitress and a minor league umpire. Her inquisitive […]

REVIEW: Safe in the Tycoon’s Arms by Jennifer Faye
12th Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Safe in the Tycoon’s Arms by Jennifer Faye

Safe in the Tycoon’s Arms by Jennifer Faye: It had to have been the boxers. That’s why she didn’t recognize the owner of the house in which Kate was staying. Lucas Carrington ambushed her during the storm that night, and things weren’t the same since. She already had enough on her […]

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 […]