Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Second Chance in Sri Lanka by Nina Milne
12th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Second Chance in Sri Lanka by Nina Milne

Second Chance in Sri Lanka by Nina Milne: Zoe is attending her sister’s destination wedding in Sri Lanka. She is looking forward to the exotic locale, celebration and delicious food. Her expectations are dashed when she discovers that her ex-husband is the groom’s longtime friend and best man. She decides […]

REVIEW: Million-Dollar Consequences by Jessica Lemmon
9th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Million-Dollar Consequences by Jessica Lemmon

Million-Dollar Consequences (The Dunn Brothers #2) by Jessica Lemmon: Picture this: you’re a Podcaster which the most acclaimed topic on your show is your favorite TV series, aired when you were a teen. Then, years later, that show is filming its reboot. Your sister is the agent of the star of […]

REVIEW: Hired by The Forbidden Italian by Cathy Williams
5th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Hired by The Forbidden Italian by Cathy Williams

Hired by The Forbidden Italian by Cathy Williams is a May 2022 release which grabbed my attention from Page One. Left in the lurch by his Aunt, Niccolo is stuck. Summer holidays are about to commence and his Aunt is THE best housekeeper/nanny.

REVIEW: A Game Between Friends by Yahrah St. John
2nd May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Game Between Friends by Yahrah St. John

In A Game Between Friends by Yahrah St. John, ex-footballer player Xavier Lockett had met singer Porscha Childs in rehab, where they were trying to overcome their mental issues; his from losing his football career due to a knee injury and her from losing her father. A misunderstanding tore them […]

REVIEW: The Single Dad’s Italian Invitation by Susan Meier
28th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Single Dad’s Italian Invitation by Susan Meier

The Single Dad’s Italian Invitation by Susan Meier: Sophie is being evicted from her condo after her mother has become involved in a huge scandal. Even though Sophie is the innocent bystander, her whole life is being impacted, as she is barely able to afford continuing her education and getting a […]

REVIEW: A Ranch to Come Home to by Marie Ferrarella
27th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Ranch to Come Home to by Marie Ferrarella

A Ranch to Come Home to by Marie Ferrarella is an unforgettable story. The town of Forever, Texas is experiencing a terrible drought. Alan White Eagle, who spent the summers of his childhood and teenage years in Forever, has become an engineer who has found the solution to solve the problem […]