Tag: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: The Innocent’s Secret Baby by Carol Marinelli
28th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Innocent’s Secret Baby by Carol Marinelli

  The Innocent’s Secret Baby by Carol Marinelli: This sensual romance set in England and Italy is the tale of a billionaire who finds himself captivated by an English rose. Sicilian tycoon Raul di Savo has been looking for ways to get revenge on rival hotelier Bastiano, an ex-childhood friend. When […]

REVIEW: Rescued by Mr. Wrong by Cynthia Thomason
26th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Rescued by Mr. Wrong by Cynthia Thomason

  In Rescued by Mr. Wrong (Daughters of Dancing Falls #3) by Cynthia Thomason, Carrie Foster doesn’t enjoy her family treating her like a baby all because of her medical condition. So, when she’s in an accident on her way to surprise her family for Christmas, Carrie knows there’s no […]

REVIEW: A Cowboy in Paradise by Shana Gray
24th Feb / 4 Comments

REVIEW: A Cowboy in Paradise by Shana Gray

    In A Cowboy in Paradise by Shana Gray, when Jimi Calloway said she’d attend her friend’s destination wedding in Hawaii, she never imagined she’d be ‘glamping’ at some ranch. However, she can’t be disappointed, even after discovering her luggage has been lost. Not when there’s a sexy cowboy […]

REVIEW: The Sicilian’s Defiant Virgin by Susan Stephens
23rd Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Sicilian’s Defiant Virgin by Susan Stephens

    The Sicilian’s Defiant Virgin by Susan Stephens: A Mediterranean setting is the backdrop for this sensual romance by Susan Stephens, with family connections for the Tebaldi’s dating back hundreds of years. The aged family head, Don Tebaldi, has two sons, Luca and Raoul, neither of whom has followed him […]

REVIEW: Resisting her Army Doc Rival by Sue MacKay
22nd Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Resisting her Army Doc Rival by Sue MacKay

  In Resisting her Army Doc Rival by Sue MacKay , Madison Hunter finds it hard to get close to people, especially men, after how her ex-husband treated her once he learned the heartbreaking truth about the scars she tries so desperately to hide. Yet, there’s something about Sam Lowe, the […]

REVIEW: The Nurse and the Single Dad  By Dianne Drake
19th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Nurse and the Single Dad By Dianne Drake

    The Nurse and the Single Dad By Dianne Drake: This was my first time reading a “Harlequin Medical Romance”, which I really enjoyed, given my years of working in healthcare and hospitals specifically. I will definitely look for others in this genre. In “The Nurse and the Single Dad”, […]

REVIEW: The Lawman’s Secret Son  by Lorraine Beatty
18th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Lawman’s Secret Son by Lorraine Beatty

    In The Lawman’s Secret Son by Lorraine Beatty, Carrie is an event coordinator for a church in a small Southern torn, who is also studying social work online to pursue a social work career. Inspired by her very troubled past, she desires to help children and families. Her […]

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