Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: Return to Huckleberry Hill by Jennifer  Beckstrand
19th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Return to Huckleberry Hill by Jennifer Beckstrand

Return to Huckleberry Hill by Jennifer Beckstrand: I think that “”Return to Huckleberry Hill” was one of my favorite installments yet in this series! And there have been some beautiful books in this series. However, I also believe this can be read as a stand alone if you have not […]

REVIEW: Playing Dirty by Taryn Leigh Taylor
19th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Playing Dirty by Taryn Leigh Taylor

Playing Dirty by Taryn Leigh Taylor: Hockey is life. It is the beginning and the end for some players, until it isn’t. Then what? Elaine, Lainey, Harper had her most humiliating moment in front of so many people. She wasn’t sure she would ever survive. So she did what she could […]

REVIEW: Secrets in Summer by Nancy Thayer
18th May / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Secrets in Summer by Nancy Thayer

In Secrets in Summer by Nancy Thayer, After years of being moved from one family member’s house to another, the island of Nantucket became a real home for Darcy Cotterill when her grandmother took her in. Before then, books and whatever library she could find was what soothed her soul. […]

REVIEW: Lethal Lies by Rebecca Zanetti
18th May / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Lethal Lies by Rebecca Zanetti

Lethal Lies by Rebecca Zanetti is the second book in the Blood Brothers series. Heath Jones is one of three “brothers” united by a blood oath who were created in test tubes to become super soldiers with advanced features, such as incredible hearing. Now he and his brothers are on […]

REVIEW: The Darkest Corner by Liliana Hart
17th May / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Darkest Corner by Liliana Hart

In The Darkest Corner (Gravediggers #1) by Liliana Hart, It’s a strange thing to know the world thinks you’re dead. That’s something Deacon Tucker must live with every day now that he’s the leader of the Gravediggers. They’re a team of men who are thought to be dead by their […]

REVIEW: Buns by Alice Clayton
16th May / 17 Comments

REVIEW: Buns by Alice Clayton

In Buns (Hudson Valley #3) by Alice Clayton, Packed to the gills with work and training for upcoming marathons and triathlons, Clara Morgan’s life couldn’t be busier. And that’s the way she likes it. Because too much idle time leads to unwanted memories of a life in the foster care […]

REVIEW: His Ex’s Well Kept Secret by Joss Wood
15th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: His Ex’s Well Kept Secret by Joss Wood

His Ex’s Well Kept Secret by Joss Wood takes an unusual twist on the amnesia trope to deliver a sexy and unique second chance romance. Jaeger Ballantyne, a wealthy businessman whose family deals in precious stones has a chance to acquire a set of beautiful Kashmir sapphires worth millions when […]

REVIEW: The Simplicity of Cider by Amy E. Reichert
15th May / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Simplicity of Cider by Amy E. Reichert

In The Simplicity of Cider by Amy E. Reichert, Idun’s Orchard has been in Sanna Lund’s family for many generations and some would say it’s part of the heart and soul of Door County, Wisconsin. For years it has been her and her father running the apple orchard, with Sanna […]

REVIEW: Hurricane by Cherry Adair
14th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Hurricane by Cherry Adair

In Hurricane (Cutter Cay #5) by Cherry Adair, When salvage expert Rydell Case was having his new three-tier yacht built, he envisioned himself, his wife Addison, and their crew having exciting adventures while furthering his family’s business. But then his life completely fell apart a year ago. Ry still isn’t […]

REVIEW: Six Impossible Things by Elizabeth Boyle
12th May / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Six Impossible Things by Elizabeth Boyle

In Six Impossible Things (Rhymes With Love #6) by Elizabeth Boyle, Lord Rimswell, aka Brody, was not prepared to take over the family role as baron when his brother was killed in the war. Nor was he ready to give up working for the Home Office as a spy. So […]

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