GIVEAWAY: Box-O-Books!

Posted October 2nd, 2013 by in Blog, Box-O-Books!, Giveaway / 117 comments

Win a Box-O-Books full of HEA’s & Swag


 Winner: OLGA

As a Thank You for being an active & involved member of the HJ Community I am giving away a Box-O-Books & Swag to one lucky HJ subscriber…


October’s Box-O-Books is going to be “Surprise” box full of HEA! 


As some of you might know I had knee surgery on Friday, leaving me pretty much confined. Which means I can’t go gather books for this giveaway or get photos or any such fun stuff right now. Sorry! But Surprises are good right? 🙂

All I can tell you for now is that among other books, this giveaway will surely include books from Abby GreenMelanie MilburneJennie LucasKaren Rose Smith, and Liz Fielding 


Box-O-Books Giveaway Details: 

Shipping Details: Must have a US mailing address, PO Box. or a forwarding address in the US that I can mail to.

International winner: If I pick an international winner I will gift $5 Amz GC + ecopy of Liz Fielding book


To Enter to Win:

1. You must be an email subscriber of HJ blog (If you aren’t already, subscribe using floating “+Follow” button on right or use “Subscribe to Blog” widget in the footer section of this page ) 
2. Drop me a comment here : A book you read in the last 30 days that you would recommend we all should read and why?

Please note: This contest will close on Thursday Oct 31st2013 at 8:59 PM (PT) and the winners will be notified via email and on this Post. Winner will have 48 hours to respond to my e-mail before a new winner is selected.





117 Responses to “GIVEAWAY: Box-O-Books!”

  1. Heather L

    I read Wallbanger by Alice Crayton last weekend and it was a 5 star read for me. I haven’t laughed that hard in a long time!

  2. Emily Kirkpatrick (@emilyk52281)

    I can’t pick just one! lol So top 3 that I read last week…. “Getting Rowdy” by Lori Foster, “Always On My Mind” by Jill Shalvis, and “Kissing Under The Mistletoe: A Sullivan Christmas” by Bella Andre. All are amazing books by amazing authors.

  3. Jessica R

    It All Started with a Lima Bean by Kimi Flores. Just a beautiful, funny, happy love story.

    hope you heal quickly from surgery!

  4. Amy Rickman

    I think everyone should read Friends Without Benefits by Penny Reid. This book has humor, angst, romance and an HEA. Also, I shouldn’t forget to mention wonderful secondary characters.

  5. Maria Esquivel

    Thanks for the giveaway! The last book I read was The Temptation (marriage diaries series) by Erika Wilde (aka Janella Denison). Very hot!

  6. T Hammond

    I’ve recently read Magic Rises, Ilona Andrews. I love the series and this may be my favorite Kate Daniels-Curran story so far. Kate’s character has come so far in her relationships with the Beast Lord and the Pack, its so much fun to watch the interactions of all the characters. Witty, fun, well-written entertainment!

  7. Jan Murphree

    Well read Something Great by M.Clark… was awesome…also Gentling the Cowboy by Ruth Cartello….both great books, both books were romantic and sexy.. Funny and heart warming. Loved them both!

  8. Heather

    Let’s see…. Last book I read was Christmas on 4th street by Susan Mallery. Susan does not disappoint her readers. I love everyone from Fools Gold. I want to move there 🙂

  9. heather cook

    I loved Jill Shalvis Always on my Mind. It was great she always has great stories.

  10. Marcy Shuler

    I recently read THE NEXT BEST THING by Kristan Higgins. It hit all the emotions, from laugh out loud to tears.

  11. Pam Bogue

    I have just the book to tell you about. I won a book in Goodreads by Elizabeth Bourgeret. I am so lucky because I would have never heard of this brillant woman and been able to share this book with everyone. It is called “Captive Heart” It is about a courageous woman who survives through many trials by holding close to her faith. The loss of a child and a husband and captured by indians to be sold into slavery not to know what is to come. I know it sounds hard to believe but this book brought me to tears. When I closed the book at the end I felt a full heart for the characters in this book. Do yourself a favor and give it a read.

  12. cindy r.

    I am a bookaholic, so I read 4-6 books a week. I read contemporary romance, romantic suspense, paranormal, etc. I am now reading Serafina and the Virtual Man. It is book2 in the Serafina series written by a Scottish author named Marie Treanor. I was fortunate enough to win one of her books from Writerspace 7 years ago and have been hooked ever since. If you have not read any of this woman’s books = she has already written 30 and has another one coming out in November = you are seriously missing out. Her books are AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!! By the way, thanks for the giveaway. That would be great!!!!!

  13. conniefischer

    Oh, bless your heart on the surgery! I do hope you will take the time to truly do everything the doctors tell you to do so that you can heal properly and quickly! Wishing you a fast recovery!

    A novel I read recently that has truly stuck with me is “Blackmoore” by Julianne Donaldson. She is a new author whose first book is “Edenbrook.” Her novel, “Blackmoore,” is one of true love and includes an old castle on a hill between moors and the wild sea. What more could a reader ask for? I do hope you will give it a try. You will love it!

    I can say that what I would love is your Box-of-Books! I am an avid reader and nothing makes me happier than books! Thank you so much for your generous giveaway and I’m truly hoping to be selected as your winner.

    Again, take care and get better soon. All the best!

    Connie Fischer

  14. Deanna Stevens

    I just finished Susan Malllery’s Christmas on 4th Street. I have always loved Christmas themed books and this one lived up to my expectations. Of course, I am never let down by Susan. I know I will get a great story and wonderful characters!!!!

    Hope you feel better soon!!!

  15. bookcaselaura

    I read Revealing Us, book three in Lisa Renee Jones’s Inside Out Trilogy and loved it – she never disappoints me, except when I want more! I also read and loved the “Too Far” series by Abbi Glines. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!! I follow on bloglovin’ and email so I never miss any of your posts!!

  16. bettysunflower

    Grace Burrowes’ Gareth was a wonderful read. I love her characters and the story lines. Her characters work through the issues and love well!

  17. elizabeth gray

    One of the best books I’ve read lately is Her Miracle Man by Nikki Duncan. It is such a wonderful book full of sadness and happiness. Makes you cry and makes you laugh.

  18. Tamitra K.

    I actually just finished reading “The Legend of De Marco” by Abby Green. I’m currently reading “Big Sky Summer” by Linda Lael Miller. I think both these books are great. “The Legend of De Marco” the heroine she is stronger than she thinks and the hero while being very alpha male. The attraction is explosive the book is very well written I would definitely recommend this book and this is a must re-read for me. “Big Sky Summer” which I’m currently reading I would recommend this book as well it’s packed with emotion, humor, undeniable attraction. I’m definitely rooting for the heroine and the hero. The characters are honest. It’s a very good book.

  19. Lori Allman

    I recommend The Guardian by Nicholas Sparks. It was one of the most moving books I have ever read. I just love a good cry!

  20. Karen j

    Aww I hope you recover quickly from your surgery! I know how frustrating that is! One of the books I read recently was Always on my Mind by Jill Shalvis. Loved it! And also I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of Seven day Fiance and loved it!! When it comes out, everyone should read it. It was so sweet!

  21. Elizabeth Quinones

    Present Perfect!!! I bawled like a baby! It had the perfect amount of everything I enjoy in a book.

  22. Josette Schaber

    The Darkest Craving by Gena Showalter (can’t go wrong with the Lords of the Underworld), One Lucky Vampire by Lynsay Sands (I love her unique vampire storyline and her quirky humor), Jill Shalvis’s Lucky Harbor series (love Jill’s quirky sense of humor), and I’m currently reading Donna Grant’s Midnight’s Temptation (the Dark Sword and Dark Warriors series are in a class by themselves). Next up on the reading list is Second Chances by DL Roan which I think is going to satisfy my need for spice.

  23. kp

    Speed recovery! I just read Covet by Tracey Garvis-Graves and loved it. She has a way of writing a story that keeps you involved right from the start!

  24. Carolyn J

    thanks I would suggest reading Madeline Sheehan Unattainable, it was gripping and hard core not for the weak of heart but a very good read

  25. Christina G (@MsChris1161)

    I just finished Temptation Bay by Anna Sullivan and loved every minute of it. The book was offered for review from NetGalley and even though I hadn’t heard of Anna I took a chance. Best book decision I’ve made in weeks. I loved being so pleasantly surprised by new authors!!

  26. Rita Wray

    I recently read True Love by Jude Deveraux, I enjoyed it very much. It was a great story with likable characters.

  27. Cari White

    Besides JD Robb’s Thankless in Death…Suzanne Wright’s Wicked Craving? Creat story and characters! I’m not a fan of of the raunchy sex, but the story and character were so strong, I bought all of her books!

  28. Erin J.

    I’ve been catching up on Larissa Ione books (quite a bit behind) and just finished Eternal Rider and partially into Immortal Rider. If you like the supernatural, her books are AMAZING.

  29. Marlene Roberts Engel

    The Good Wife by Jane Porter is what I have read and would recommend. Jane is just such a talented author. When she writes it’s as if she wrote the book for you specifically. You can almost hear her telling the story to you. She’s a brilliant writer.

  30. blondieblack Linda Townsend

    You should definitely read Seven Day Fiancé by Rachel Harris! It’s the 2nd in her contemporary romance series and I loved it just as much if not more than the 1st book in the series, Taste of Heat. She’s a very talented storyteller, her heroes are more than swoon-worthy and her endings are always surprising, feel-good endings.

  31. katsrus

    Read Impluse by Debra Webb. I am reading the series. These books really pulled me in on the first chapter. This series keeps me wanting to know how each book ends. Hard to put down. Thanks for the giveaway.
    Sue B

  32. Stephanie F.

    Hope your recovery goes well. Happy thoughts and good wishes to you.
    I just finished Bad Nights by Rebecca York and really loved it. She writes such intriguing romantic suspense and yummy heroes.

  33. Kristy dean

    Girl with a guitar and girl on tour by caisey Quinn. Girl with some tough choices and makes a fool of a famous artist then gets put on tour with him and falls for him. Lots of ups and downs and serious life choices to be made for someone so young.

  34. Patoct

    Deb Macomber’s Rose Harbor in Bloom – the heroine was a character in the first book and she got her hea in the 2nd as well as closure.

  35. Michelle Harlan

    I read Leaving Haven by Kathleen McCleary. It was an excellent book…intense in the way it looked at modern friendships, the daily struggles of having & raising children, marriage & infidelity. Beautifully written! It was so good, it made me want to read everything else she’s ever written.

  36. DebraG

    Conveniently His Princess by Olivia Gates is amazing. She creates such romantic characters.
    debby236 at gmail dot com

  37. Mary Preston

    DOWN UNDER by Bill Bryson is a most informative, laugh out loud read. Everything you could possibly want to know about Australia and it’s history & even some you didn’t.

  38. Gabrielle

    I just finished reading Midnight Special by Tawny Weber. This book has two fast paced stories in it. If your looking for a fast and fun read this one is it.

  39. Kathleen O

    Sanctuary Island by Lily Everett, It’s an incredible book that is a story of forgiveness, joy, healing, but most of all love….and if you love horses and you will love this story…

  40. Linda Thum

    Demonic Possession by Kiersten Fay. It’s a SciFi Romance a genre I really like but have problems finding good ones to read. Loved the sexual tension between the hero/heroine!

  41. Kim Pinch

    I just finished Getting Rowdy by Lori Foster. Lori is one of my favorite authors and she never disappoints.

  42. Jamie

    I highly recommend Liliana Hart’s CADE. It is a real “page-turner,” sexy, suspenseful…it has it all! Great romance writer.

  43. Jenn McElroy

    I really liked Susan Mallery’s “Three Little Words” from the Fool’s Gold series. It was nice to finally get Ford’s story after hearing about his character over so many books. Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  44. Leanna

    I just read a couple of weeks ago The Hero by Robyn Carr. It is the third book in her Thunder Point series. I love that the storyline is so different from other books. She has just escaped a cult and the hero wife died recently from cancer. Robyn Carr makes you fall in love with her characters.

  45. Sue G.

    Hope you recover quickly.

    I read an ARC of Barefoot by the Sea by Roxanne St. Claire that was wonderful. I am 2/3rds the way done with Always on My Mind by Jill Shalvis which I can tell is going to be another winner.

  46. EllenToo

    I read B.J.Daniels book Forsaken and I can assure you that if you start reading it you will find it impossible to put down until the end.

  47. Marcy Meyer

    I just finished Unattainable by Madeline Sheehan and it was great! It is a very dark, edgy series. Total book hangover after reading them, but so worth it.

  48. Carol Schaffer

    Forged in Steele by Maya banks…..he is a very over protective Alpha male who finds love and peace for his tortured soul …..because even hard men need love!!

  49. Lori P

    Forged in Steele by Maya Banks. Love strong Alpha males who fall head over heals in love with their one and only woman. Can’t go wrong with this series at all.

  50. Elizabeth Haney

    Louder Than Love by Jessica Topper is an amazing book! A widowed librarian falls for a 80s heavy metal rocker who wants to forget his past. It is a beautiful love story.

    Subscriber: ehaney578 at aol dot com

  51. Denise Van Plew

    B.J. Daniels Forsaken good one in next one of series and Song for Sophia by Moriah Densley really really good need tissues maybe.

  52. Sami Coghill

    Just finished EMBATTLED HEARTS by JM Madden. It is the story of a detective agency owned & staffed by wounded vets. I laughed and I cried and hated for it to end. Book 2 is next on my TBR list!

  53. Erica M

    The Hero by Robyn Carr, the 3rd book in her Thunder Point series, I also recommend the first 2 The Wanderer and The Newcomer. Meant to Be by Terri Osburn, currently reading it and it’s great ! I love the dog Dozer !

  54. amy o'neal

    im on book 3 out of 4 so far of the bravo royales by Christine Rimmer…wonderful series!

  55. Jan Vanengen

    Marry me, cowboy by Lilian Darcy and was a wonderful read. Starting Hot Pursuit by Lynn Raye Harris and that is so good loved Hot Mess Hot black ops guys to lit your appetite believe me girls 😉 Don’t get me started on Melanie Milburne’s Caffarelli brothers- omg hot hot hot loved Poppy and Rafe English tea house, Mansion, dower house and adorable dogs and one hot male out to cause trouble.

  56. Claira Pam Vo

    Hope your knee is doing well. 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway – you’re awesome!

    I just read Lisa Renee Jones’ If I Were You, and it was amazing (if that’s your kind of thing)!!! Loved it!

  57. thuy p.

    I’ve read lots of books but my two favorite are Jill Shalvis’ Always on my Mind and Susan Mallery’s Three Little Words. It’s amazing how different two fake relationship stories can be. Their basic premise is that hero and heroine pretend to have a romantic relationship but then of course they fall in love for real. But that is where the similarities between these two stories end. The road they traveled we’re so different and I loved each story. Jill’s story was filled with humor and angst and bff’s turned lovers and an adorable great dane. Susan’s story was sweet and endearing with a 14 year old crush turned true love. Both stories are hot though which is always a plus. You should read each and do your own comparisons but you will definitely not be sorry.

  58. nancymc1012

    This is such fun. Yes I subscribe to the blog. Kym Grosso Immortals of New Orleans series book 1 Kade’s Dark Embrace. Its a awesome book. The characters and their passion is amazing. If you like paranormal books, this one is tasty.

  59. denise

    Christmas on 4th Street–I love the Fool’s Gold series by Susan Mallery

  60. Lori Ha

    I really liked Dark Lycan by Christine Feehan beause I enjoy all her books and am a big fan of hers. I’ve also read every book in this particular series. Caridad’s new book To Catch a Princess is good as well. I liked it because it had suspense, mystery and romance,
    Thanks 🙂

  61. Jennifer Zorko-Legan

    This Fragile Life by Kate Hewitt. It was just such a moving book about the bonds of friendship and how far you would go for the love of a friend.

  62. Tanya Mayes

    The book I would recommend is “A Shadow of Guilt” by Abby Green I love it. I love the back story and how the hero (Gio) and heroine (Valentina) had to overcome all the past guilt from the death of Valentina’s brother. The hero to me had other adversities he had to overcome such as disabilities, he did and became very successful. This is book #3 of the Sicily Corretti Dynasty about Gio Corretti and Valentina Ferranti

  63. Sharlene Wegner

    There are so many listed above that I have on my TBR! I just finished Fiance by Friday – an excellent contemporary. You should read the first 2 books in the series before this. Also, I loved Flirting With Fortune, historical romance by Erin Knightley. You should also read the 1st 2 books in the series before this. And finally, I recently read Snow-Kissed, an e-novella by Laura Florand. Very emotional read, but worth it!

  64. Debra A.

    I just read “The Bodyguard’s Secret Baby (White Hill Ranch)” by S.R. Cole. Though a good story about an ex military rancher turned bodyguard and his weekend girl turned pregnant and in danger it does have some editorial problems. I enjoyed the story line of Carrie (the h who happens to be an ER doc and pregnant) going to “Wild” Bill for help when she is being stalked by an unknown person. She also happens to be almost 9 months pregnant with his child. He will do anything to keep his child safe. He will also learn what is important in life along the way. Like I said it would have been a better story if the editor was more diligent in proof reading.

  65. Anne

    Magic Rises by Ilona Andrews. Well, if you like urban fantasy with a touch of romance you should read the whole series. While #3, Magic Strikes is my favorite, Magic Rises is almost perfect with tons of action and detail, not a sentence is wasted.

  66. kerry

    thank for the chance to win. i read Taking Eve by Iris Johansen and it was great. the twist and turns, the plotting it ook just to get where they were and without giving away to much a daring effort to get free. i can’t wit till november when Hunting Eve is release. I’m on pins and needles.

  67. Suzanne Edwards

    My favorite recent read is The Slammed Series by Colleen Hoover. I know they aren’t a Harlequin Romance, and I know they are YA, but I really have enjoyed the 3 book series. Great young love and the struggles of life we encounter every day.

  68. Sara HJ

    Great book suggestions…. keep them coming :). I have already added quite a few recommendations to my TBR from the list here, hopefully you have all done the same as well.

  69. Kim Perry

    Two of a Kind by Susan Mallery. Felicia is my favorite of all the Fool’s Good heroines! She’s so honest and has to learn all of the normal social cues that most people know and take for granted. Gideon has become a loner after leaving military service and struggles with living as a civilian. They bring out the best in each other and Felicia is entertaining!

  70. Krysten M

    Just finished Always on My Mind by Jill Shalvis, and it was awesome! This was definitely one of my favorite ones of this series!

  71. Autumn Kelley

    I would recommend Always on My Mind by Jill Shalvis! It was absolutely amazing and so clever! There were perfect times when you just sighed and were content and then something would happen and I would be giggling! I love her writing style and I totally fell in love!

  72. LaGina

    I just got done with CM Michael”s Dangerous Waters. Yep, its got vamps in it. 😉

  73. belindaegreen

    I just finished reading the first 3 books in Lexi Blake’s Masters and Mercenaries series. I’ll be starting the 4th book shortly. I love this series because it had all the elements I love in a romance action suspense story with a little BDSM thrown in. The characters were alpha males with strong women whom they fell in love with. Awesome yumminess!

    I highly recommend the series and reading them in order. It enhances the reading experience. But they can stand alone. You will not be disappointed. Check it out!

    Thanks for the opportunity. Hope you are healing well Sara and on the road to recovery. Take care.

    Belinda G
    belgre at comcast dot net

  74. Karina G.

    I would recommend Jemima J by Jane Green. It’s one of my all time favorite books, and I just re-read it for the first time in a long time. It’s the first book that came to mind. I loved this book, it kept me interested, and then there’s a twist in book you don’t see coming (no worries no one dies).
    I copied this from goodreads:
    Jemima Jones is overweight. About one hundred pounds overweight. Treated like a maid by her thin and social-climbing roommates, and lorded over by the beautiful Geraldine (less talented but better paid) at the Kilburn Herald, Jemima finds that her only consolation is food. Add to this her passion for her charming, sexy, and unobtainable colleague Ben, and Jemima knows her life is in need of a serious change. When she meets Brad, an eligible California hunk, over the Internet, she has the perfect opportunity to reinvent herself–as JJ, the slim, beautiful, gym-obsessed glamour girl. But when her long-distance Romeo demands that they meet, she must conquer her food addiction to become the bone-thin model of her e-mails–no small feat.
    With a fast-paced plot that never quits and a surprise ending no reader will see coming, Jemima J is the chronicle of one woman’s quest to become the woman she’s always wanted to be, learning along the way a host of lessons about attraction, addiction, the meaning of true love, and, ultimately, who she really is.

    Wishing you a speedy recovery!!

  75. ML

    I’ve been reading a lot of Susan Krinard lately. She’s got a lot of fun PNR books. I really enjoyed Chasing Midnight-cool vampire/werewolf story set in the age of flappers and prohibition. Great storytelling.

  76. bn100

    sometimes it lasts by Abbi Glines to find out what happens after the first book

  77. ndluebke

    The one I’m just finishing is called “Mozarts Sister”. It really shows how limited women’s decisions really were. It shows how women’s talent is overlooked often just because they were women. It’s a real eye opener.

  78. Vivian S. Reads

    I’ve been reading a lot of historical romance lately and Brittany Jo James works are an absolute recommendation. ‘My Knightly Dreams’ and ‘At Least I’m Pretty’ are her current work that I love. She’s an Indie author with a potential for greatness in the historical romance genre. Clean, fun with a mixture of fantasy. Just absolute awesomeness.

  79. Kai W.

    Cake by Lauren Dane – Great story about two friends, Wren and Gregori who became something more than friends. It is Wren who is trying to show Gregori that she is worth the chance after he has been burned by his ex. The story is short but it has all the ingredients of a well written story.
    The Lotus Palace by Jeannie Lin – Anyone who wants to know about historical China will see it through from two point of views: Yue-ying, the courtesan and Bai Huang, the aristocrat. There is a very good murder mystery in this historical romance story.

  80. gmapeony

    Three Little Words by Susan Mallery – I always like it when a recurring character gets his hea and Ford finally got his. Love series books and Susan is one of my favorites.

  81. ssmommie75

    Oh man, I hate choosing one book!! Christmas on 4th Street, by Susan Mallery. Why? Why not? Her books just get better and better. This one gave me, a former Army Brat, a look inside what the military personnel go through during times of war. Although I grew up watching MASH, it was nothing compared to reading it. Mallery is able to get a read to run through the whole gamut of emotions with every single one of her books.

  82. Tammy V.

    FAKING IT by Cora Carmack. It was my first by hers and I had won it. She is now on my auto read list.

  83. Natalie's Mama

    Mercy by Julie Garwood – an oldie but a goodie – a few twists and surprises. Love that.

  84. Maureen

    I read Fading by E.K. Blair and it was a pretty intense story. It deals with rape and the aftermath of it on a young woman.

  85. Rena B

    I read over 30 books in the past two months, and one of my fave books from the lot was the Delirium series by Lauren Oliver. I first love how the characters were adults, 18 and older as opposed to the usual 15, 16, 17 year old idea. I love how the author effectively use first person narration, yet every other chapter went from one character’s perspective to the other. This format kept me interested in reading, The series also makes you appreciate the struggle to fight for what you truly believe is right, especially fighting for love. There were parts where I cried and I love how easily I was attached to the book series. I felt like I was a character in the book as well. The series ended exactly where it should and I loved it for that!!

  86. Patty B 43

    The Hero by Robyn Carr – Her books always make me smile – love the military hero theme and the small town setting.

  87. Diane Sallans

    Emily March’s Eternity Springs series – I recently read the first five – two more to catch up with the story.

  88. Teresa Stirewalt (Tess)

    Oh goodness I could never pick just one. I read at least 5-6 books a week. All of them are from excellent authors. I am also a beta reader for a few authors it would be impossible for me to pick just one book. I read romance, suspense romance, military romance, alpha males, etc…..
    I am excited about this give away I have never come across one like this thank you

  89. falicesidoma

    I just recently got into reading steampunk books and 2 the recent ones that i have enjoyed are
    The Moonstone and Miss Jones
    The Miss Education of Dr Exeter both by Jillian Stone

  90. Kim

    I have been re-reading a lot of books lately. So, it’s been the Haven Series by Tressie Lockwood and the Redwood Pack series by Carrie Ann Ryan. You’ve got to love the paranormal romances, right? 🙂

  91. BethRe

    Hot summer Nights anthology, I like anthologies becuase you can get a taste for an author you have never read before. Also you can get caught up on some “people” from a favorite author that is writting as part of the book. I love Carly Phillips and she is one of the authors

  92. Glenda

    I loved the last 4 books I’ve read by 4 amazing authors:
    Amethyst by Lauren Royal
    The Arrangement by Mary Balogh
    The Beauty book 2 in the Bride Quest II trilogy
    Secrets of a Scandalous Marriage by Valerie Bowman

  93. Jeanne Miro

    The one book I’ve read during October that has been the most fun to read is was I Married The Duke by Katharine Ashe! It was so much fun reading how a mere everyday girl could meet an “ordinary” ship captain and end up falling in love with a Duke!

  94. Jenny King

    ABSOLUTE MUST READ is Finding Cinderella by Colleen Hoover!!! ESPECIALLY if you have read Hopeless and Losing Hope. This is even a FREE read for her fans so you can’t go wrong with that! If that isn’t enough, it is literally one of my FAVORITE novellas ever! I have read 135 books so far this year and this was my absolute favorite so far 🙂

  95. DJ Sakata

    I recently read the first of a trilogy by Deborah Harkness called A Discovery of Witches. I don’t usually read paranormal but this was a contemporary romance and a mystery and the writing was top shelf.