Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Good Twin Gone Country by Jessica Lemmon
3rd Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Good Twin Gone Country by Jessica Lemmon

Good Twin Gone Country by Jessica Lemmon: Hallie Banks had been satisfied being the twin in the background to her country music superstar twin sister Hannah. Hallie had been quite content being Hannah’s career manager. But now seemed like a good time to shake things up a bit. Who better to […]

REVIEW: Off Limits to the Crown Prince by Kali Anthony
2nd Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Off Limits to the Crown Prince by Kali Anthony

Off Limits to the Crown Prince by Kali Anthony is a beautiful story which is captured in moments, banter and wonderfully descriptive writing. Hired/Ordered (you decided) to paint Crown Prince Alessio’s coronation portrait, Hannah sparks disapproval from the moment they meet at his stiff and commanding ways.

REVIEW: Claiming His Cinderella Secretary by Cathy Williams
30th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Claiming His Cinderella Secretary by Cathy Williams

Claiming His Cinderella Secretary by Cathy Williams is the exciting and fresh finale of Secrets of the Stowe Family miniseries. High performance driven CEO Billionaire James Stowe has his face-paced life neatly compartmentalized. Girlfriends have a time and a place and they certainly do not cross over into work life. The […]

REVIEW: Reunited with His Long-Lost Nurse by Charlotte Hawkes
28th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Reunited with His Long-Lost Nurse by Charlotte Hawkes

Reunited with His Long-Lost Nurse by Charlotte Hawkes is the 4th. book in Harlequin’s continuity series, The Island Clinic. Talia Johnson is a nurse at the Island Clinic on St. Victoria Island in the Caribbean. Once upon a time she had a nursing job at Duke’s in North Carolina where she […]

REVIEW: The Billion-Dollar Bride Hunt by Melanie Milburne
27th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Billion-Dollar Bride Hunt by Melanie Milburne

The Billion-Dollar Bride Huntis super-talented author Melanie Milburne’s 90th book with Mills & Boon and what a beautiful story it is. Due to his father’s will, Matteo urgently needs to find a wife so he barges into top matchmaker Emmaline’s office demanding urgent service. Emmaline’s quite taken by Matteo despite […]

REVIEW: The Princess and the Pediatrician by Annie O’Neil
23rd Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Princess and the Pediatrician by Annie O’Neil

The Princess and the Pediatrician by Annie O’Neil is the third book in the Harlequin continuity series The Island Clinic. Dr. Lia Trelleburg is a princess, Princess Amelia of Karolinska to be exact. Lia is also a neurosurgeon practicing at the Island Clinic on the Caribbean island of St. Victoria far […]

REVIEW: The Night That Changed Everything by Helen Lacey
22nd Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Night That Changed Everything by Helen Lacey

The Night That Changed Everything by Helen Lacey: Winona aka Winnie has been best friends with Grant since they were very young. They were there for each other through tumultuous childhoods and each gave the other a shoulder to cry on.Winnie has always wanted to get married and have a family. […]

REVIEW: Secrets of a One Night Stand by Naima Simone
20th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Secrets of a One Night Stand by Naima Simone

Secrets of a One Night Stand by Naima Simone finds Achilles Farrell with quite the shock; he’s the son of a billionaire who has left him, along with two half-brothers he didn’t know existed, the company with the stipulation that they all had to work there for at least a year. […]

REVIEW: The Italian’s Doorstep Surprise by Jennie Lucas
19th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Italian’s Doorstep Surprise by Jennie Lucas

The Italian’s Doorstep Surprise by Jennie Lucas has the most exciting and intense opening. It caught my attention straight away and was brilliant at creating interest and questions that needed more answers. I really enjoyed Honora’s backstory and development of character.