Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Lone Star Reunion by Joss Wood
4th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Lone Star Reunion by Joss Wood

Lone Star Reunion by Joss Wood is part of the multi-authored Texas Cattleman’s Club: Bachelor auction series and a second chance romance for two characters whom we catch glimpses of in previous series entries but finally get their happy ending here! Daniel Clayton and Alexis Slade were teenaged lovers, but […]

REVIEW: Hired by the Mysterious Millionaire by Ally Blake
3rd Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Hired by the Mysterious Millionaire by Ally Blake

Hired by the Mysterious Millionaire by Ally Blake: Expert IT coder Evie Croft first saw Armand Debussey on the commuter train. She gives fun names to the people she sees on the commuter train. Evie named Armand “Hot Stuff in the Swanky Suit.” She has noticed that he exits the train […]

REVIEW: Nurse to Forever Mom by Susan Carlisle
1st Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Nurse to Forever Mom by Susan Carlisle

In Nurse to Forever Mom (Single Dad Docs #4) by Susan Carlisle, as a travelling nurse Stacey Ryder is only on Maple Island temporarily. For six weeks, she’ll work alongside Dr. Cody Brennan and then move on since she already has her next assignment lined up. Yet, the more time […]

REVIEW: Carrying the Surgeon’s Baby by Amy Ruttan
31st Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Carrying the Surgeon’s Baby by Amy Ruttan

In Carrying the Surgeon’s Baby by Amy Ruttan, Dr. Emily West has always been a practical woman and never once been the type to do anything wild like have a one night stand or get married without thinking things through. However, when a trip to Vegas has Emily doing something […]

REVIEW: A Soldier’s Return by RaeAnne Thayne
30th Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: A Soldier’s Return by RaeAnne Thayne

A Soldier’s Return by RaeAnne Thayne is the fourth book in The Women of Brambleberry House series. After her divorce, Melissa Fielding has returned to her hometown of Cannon Beach with her daughter, Skye. There she runs into Eli Sanderson, a military doctor on leave to take care of his […]

REVIEW: The Spaniard’s Stolen Bride by Maisey Yates
29th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Spaniard’s Stolen Bride by Maisey Yates

The Spaniard’s Stolen Bride by Maisey Yates is the second story in the Brides of Innocence duology and takes place concurrent with The Spaniard’s Untouched Bride. Despite overlapping storylines they are easily read as standalone romances and can be read in any order. Diego Navarro knows he’s the black sheep of […]

REVIEW: Surprise Baby for the Heir by Ellie Darkins
28th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Surprise Baby for the Heir by Ellie Darkins

Surprise Baby for the Heir by Ellie Darkins: It all began at her wedding that wasn’t her wedding. She had broken off her engagement to Alex six months before their marriage was to take place. Fortunately her boss had become engaged at the same time she broke off her engagement […]

REVIEW: Little Secret, Red Hot Scandal  by Cat Schield
27th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Little Secret, Red Hot Scandal by Cat Schield

Little Secret, Red Hot Scandal by Cat Schield: It would seem the harder you try and hide something the bigger the explosion when it finally comes out. Mia Navarro was learning that the hard way. No matter how hard she tried to keep her love under wraps it was just not […]

REVIEW: The Rancher’s Cinderella Bride by Sara Orwig
26th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Rancher’s Cinderella Bride by Sara Orwig

The Rancher’s Cinderella Bride by Sara Orwig: Pushed into marriage in this day and age? Crazy, right? Not really, it can be incredibly real and incredibly scary. Megan, Meg, Louise Aldridge knew it and it was pushing her to do something crazy…

REVIEW: The Prince’s Scandalous Wedding Vow by Jane Porter
25th Jan / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Prince’s Scandalous Wedding Vow by Jane Porter

In The Prince’s Scandalous Wedding Vow by Jane Porter, Volcanologist Josephine Robb’s mostly solitary life on the Greek isle of Khronos is thrown sideways when a handsome man winds up on the shore after falling from a luxury yacht. To make matters more confusing, he has amnesia. Nursing him back […]