Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: Straight, No Chaser by Shelli Stevens
8th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Straight, No Chaser by Shelli Stevens

In Straight, No Chaser (The McLaughlins #2) by Shelli Stevens, Colin McLaughlin faces a dilemma. He despises Hailey Anderson for what she did years ago, but at same time, he finds her beautiful and intriguing and hard to stay away from. And when Hailey’s past comes back to haunt her, […]

REVIEW: Charming Hannah by Kristen Proby
8th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Charming Hannah by Kristen Proby

Charming Hannah launches Kristen Proby’s new Big Sky series, which is set in an endearing small-town on Cunningham Falls, Montana, and it’s an entertaining, steamy and tender read. Hannah is a local Obstetrician and one of the few characters who did not grow up in Cunnningham Falls, but she’s quickly […]

REVIEW: Sweet Thing by Nicola Marsh
7th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Sweet Thing by Nicola Marsh

Sweet Thing by Nicola Marsh is part of the new Dare imprint from Harlequin and is a steamy and emotional tale of lust and love set with the backdrop of a decadent pastry shop. Abby loves working at Le Miel, one of Sydney’s hottest french pastry shops. The daughter of […]

REVIEW: One and Only by Jenny Holiday
5th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: One and Only by Jenny Holiday

In One and Only (Bridesmaids Behaving Badly #1) by Jenny Holiday, Jane Denning has had just about enough of being a bridesmaid, especially with the bride acting like a bridezilla. So, she’s decided the only way to get out of her duties is to volunteer to babysit the groom’s brother […]

REVIEW: Undone By You by Kate Meader
3rd Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Undone By You by Kate Meader

In Undone (Chicago Rebels #3) By You by Kate Meader, Signing on with the Chicago Rebels as their new general manager fulfills a lifelong goal for Dante Moretti. One he wasn’t sure he’d ever reach, especially after he came out almost a decade ago. It’s been a long haul but […]

REVIEW: Nobody Does It Better by Lexi Blake
2nd Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Nobody Does It Better by Lexi Blake

If you’re looking for an exciting, interesting and emotional romance with a little mystery, suspense and BDSM, don’t miss Lexi Blake’s scoring hot Nobody Does It Better. Blake can always be relied upon to deliver a unique and action-packed story, and this is one of her best in the Master […]

REVIEW: Gentleman Nine by Penelope Ward
1st Mar / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Gentleman Nine by Penelope Ward

Gentleman Nine by Penelope Ward: I adore Penelope Ward’s heroes, and I have a new favorite – Channing Lord. He’s a charming blend of sweet and sexy, and I can easily see why Amber fell for him. I was head over heels for him by the end of the book. […]

REVIEW: My Once and Future Duke by Caroline Linden
28th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: My Once and Future Duke by Caroline Linden

In My Once and Future Duke (The Wagers of Sin #1) by Caroline Linden, After losing her parents when she was twelve and then being immediately sent to a lady’s school by her curmudgeonly grandfather, Sophie Campbell has learned to be independent in a world where women are supposed to […]

REVIEW: Redeeming the Rebel Doc by Susan Carlisle
28th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Redeeming the Rebel Doc by Susan Carlisle

In Redeeming the Rebel Doc by Susan Carlisle, with the hospital needing some much needed positive publicity after the year-long legal battle Rex Maxwell has faced when a patient died on his operating table, Rex finds himself partnered with PR executive Tiffany Romano. However, although Rex reluctantly agrees to the […]

REVIEW: Things to Do When It’s Raining by Marissa Stapley
27th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Things to Do When It’s Raining by Marissa Stapley

In Things to Do When It’s Raining by Marissa Stapley, Young love is often fraught with drama but the relationship Mae Summers and Gabe Broadbent built out of their childhood friendship was something spectacular. Until it all ended in a betrayal that broke both of their hearts. Almost two decades […]

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