Hey junkies I’ve been having major WiFi connectivity issues while at RT and can currently only just work off my phone. As a result I am unable to post Any new review or spotlight post until I am back home Sunday. Sorry for the inconvenience. Thanks Sara
Beach, Books & Bikini’s Monokini’s Summer is almost here…almost! I can feel it, I can sense it and I am getting giddy 🙂 There is nothing more relaxing to me that a lazy summer day spent reading at the beach, listening to the waves hit the shore… It’s Paradise in the […]
Welcome 2014! I received “2013 Year in Blogging” Annual report this morning and thought I’d share some fun HJ stats with you. 1666 Post? Thats not counting 3 from day 😉 Phew. We Junkies have sure been busy.
Dear Reader I would like to take this opportunity to say Thank You to YOU for being here, for taking time to visit HJ amidst your busy day and reading this post. A LOT of you are daily visitors and for that HJ is truly blessed. I have gotten to […]
Yay! HJ is up and running again. A BIG Thanks to all who stopped by and commented on my I’m Curious post, it helped me figure out and sort out the post issue. I was also glad to see that so many of you actually read what I have to say […]
RT13 Recap and Mega 45 Books Giveaway! CONGRATS! Winners: Box 1: Kyla, Box 2: Shadow, Box 3: Joanne B, Box 4: Tammy YS Please email me your mailing addresses with giveaway box # As most of you might already know from all the teasers posted on HJ’s Facebook page I […]
I invited a fellow HarlequinJunkie and Author ‘Megan Mulry’ to blog about one of our favorite Topics ‘Vintange Harlequin’s Take it away Megan… Vintage Harlequin and The Art of Forgiveness I seem to preface everything I write lately with phrases like, “There are many people out there who know WAY […]
Publisher: Harlequin (March 1, 1985) #779 Book Info: “Soon, I promise you, we will be married.” Darcy couldn’t imagine why a Sicilian count would want their rambling Suffolk home — much less offer a fortune more than it was worth…and agree to marry into her family. She only knew that […]