Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: A Seaside Christmas by Sherryl Woods
21st Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Seaside Christmas by Sherryl Woods

In A Seaside Christmas (Chesapeake Shores #10) by Sherryl Woods, Songwriter Jenny Collins is finally going home to Chesapeake Shores after several years working successfully in Nashville. Her cousin talked her into writing songs for a local Christmas play so Jenny feels like this is the right time to make […]

REVIEW: Shadowed by Rebecca Zanetti
20th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Shadowed by Rebecca Zanetti

In Shadowed (Dark Protectors #6) by Rebecca Zanetti, Vampire Jase Kayrs has been plotting revenge on the demons who tortured and held him captive since the moment he was rescued. As it turns out, the time to make his move may be fast approaching. Jase has a chance to help […]

REVIEW: Definitely Naughty by Jo Leigh
19th Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Definitely Naughty by Jo Leigh

In Definitely Naughty by Jo Leigh, Inspiration for her latest window design just isn’t happening for Aubrey Hayes. Her boss at Le Muse lingerie shop in Manhattan is expecting a miraculous design for the Christmas season, but Aubrey is at a loss. Then an idea literally floats into her hands […]

REVIEW: Some Like It Sinful by Robbie Terman
18th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Some Like It Sinful by Robbie Terman

Some Like It Sinful (A Perfect Recipe #2) by Robbie Terman is a terrific novel. I read the first book in the series and this one is equally as scrumptious. Curvy pastry chef Chloe Nelson is finally realizing her dream, running her very own bakery. Her confections are sinfully satisfying […]

REVIEW: Ripped by Sarah Morgan
18th Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Ripped by Sarah Morgan

In Ripped by Sarah Morgan, When Hayley agreed to be a bridesmaid at her ex-boyfriend Charlie’s wedding, she didn’t know she would be wearing the ugliest (and most uncomfortable) bridesmaid dress known to man. Or that she would then explode out of the top half of the dress before the […]

REVIEW: The Last Hour of Gann by R. Lee Smith
17th Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Last Hour of Gann by R. Lee Smith

For the past few weeks, I’ve been seeing reviews for The Last Hour of Gann by R. Lee Smith pop up all over the blogosphere, most reviews I read described the book as “EPIC”. So clearly I was intrigued but when I read the blurb and realized it was a SiFi […]

REVIEW: An Incurable Insanity by Simi K. Rao
16th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: An Incurable Insanity by Simi K. Rao

In An Incurable Insanity by Simi K. Rao, Shaan Ahuja finally gives in to the family pressure and agrees to an arranged marriage to a proper Indian bride, Ruhi Sharma.. His last foray into matters of the heart with an American girl had left him scarred and unwilling to try […]

REVIEW: The Mighty Quinns: Dex (The Mighty Quinns #26) by Kate Hoffmann
15th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Mighty Quinns: Dex (The Mighty Quinns #26) by Kate Hoffmann

The Mighty Quinns: Dex (The Mighty Quinns #26) by Kate Hoffmann is an excellent addition to the well-written and engaging series. This book is about successful documentary filmmaker Dex Kennedy and aspiring film producer Marlie Jenner. Marlie is relentless in her pursuit to create a first-class documentary about esteemed 97-year-old Irish […]

REVIEW: Sleigh Belles by Beth Albright
14th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Sleigh Belles by Beth Albright

In Sleigh Belles by Beth Albright, Christmas is right around the corner and tenacious tv news reporter Dallas Dubois is battling it out for a spot as evening news anchor on Tuscaloosa’s local station WTAL. But just when she thinks she’s on a roll professionally, she’s asked to direct a […]

REVIEW: Take Me Home for Christmas by Brenda Novak
13th Nov / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Take Me Home for Christmas by Brenda Novak

In Take Me Home for Christmas (Whiskey Creek #5) by Brenda Novak, Sophia DeBussi may have longed for a future away from her controlling, abusive husband Skip, but she never thought he would leave her high and dry with an entire town demanding payback. Skip swindled money from local townspeople […]