Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Rescued by her Rival by Amalie Berlin
10th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Rescued by her Rival by Amalie Berlin

In Rescued by her Rival by Amalie Berlin, when Beck Ellison ended up with the smokejumper position that Lauren Autry desperately wanted, she was disappointed. Still, she’s not one to give up on going after what she wants and what she wants is a spot on the team. So, she’s […]

REVIEW: The Sheikh Crowns His Virgin by Lynne Graham
9th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Sheikh Crowns His Virgin by Lynne Graham

The Sheikh Crowns His Virgin by Lynne Graham: Zoe is the last of her siblings to get married with their grandfather’s interference. She’s looking forward to learning more about her heritage and hopefully gain some independence and confidence. Zoe hasn’t quite come out of her shell as she battles anxiety and […]

REVIEW: Under His Skin by Nicola Marsh
8th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Under His Skin by Nicola Marsh

Under His Skin by Nicola Marsh is a sexy opposites attract romance for the owner of a construction company and the musician who plays just the right tune to draw him in. Logan Holmes runs a successful construction company and though he doesn’t always do much of the hands on […]

REVIEW: Wedding Night Reunion in Greece by Annie West
7th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Wedding Night Reunion in Greece by Annie West

Wedding Night Reunion in Greece by Annie West is a sensual romance for a couple that start off their marriage poorly but find their way to a happy ending. When Emma Piper overhears her new groom telling a friend that he’d married her for business not pleasure she’s devastated. She’d believed […]

REVIEW: His Convenient Royal Bride by Cara Colter
6th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: His Convenient Royal Bride by Cara Colter

His Convenient Royal Bride by Cara Colter: Sometimes when everything seems to be going wrong in your life you just need to take a deep breathe and ground yourself. Madeline, Maddie, Nelson knew her life was a mess. She was trying though and pretty determined to get back to basics […]

REVIEW: Make Me Yours by Katee Robert
3rd May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Make Me Yours by Katee Robert

Make Me Yours by Katee Robert is the latest steamy romance in her Make Me series, this time tackling the consequences of an unexpected pregnancy. When Becka meets Aaron at her sister Lucy’s wedding to Gideon (see Make Me Want for their story), she’s definitely up for a sizzling one night […]

REVIEW: Finding her Forever Family by Traci Douglass
2nd May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Finding her Forever Family by Traci Douglass

In Finding her Forever Family by Traci Douglass, Wendy Smith never wants a relationship not after losing her mother to a hereditary illness she could very well have. However, she finds it hard to deny her attraction to Dr. Tom Faber, especially when she’s helping his daughter deal with some […]

REVIEW: A Cinderella to Secure his Heir by Michelle Smart
1st May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Cinderella to Secure his Heir by Michelle Smart

A Cinderella to Secure his Heir by Michelle Smart is a passionate romance for a wealthy Italian determined to claim his nephew back into the family fold, even if it means marriage to the child’s guardian. Alessio Palvetti isn’t above a little subterfuge to get his nephew Dom into Palvetti hands. […]

REVIEW: Forbidden to Taste by J.C. Harroway
30th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Forbidden to Taste by J.C. Harroway

Forbidden to Taste by J.C. Harroway is a steamy and emotional ‘forbidden’ romance story. Drake Faulkner regretted the day he let a coin toss decide who would get to date the pretty girl at the bar. But his best friend Sam won, and ended up married to Kenzie Porter. The […]

REVIEW: Tempted by Scandal by Karen Booth
29th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Tempted by Scandal by Karen Booth

Tempted by Scandal by Karen Booth: An assistant and her boss? Straight out of the gossip rags is what this one sounds like, and yet when it’s your own life you realize how plausible it could be. Nadia Gonzalez knew she was up against some hard critics. She worked hard, she […]