Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


Review: Driving Her Crazy by Amy Andrews
12th Apr / 1 Comment

Review: Driving Her Crazy by Amy Andrews

Driving Her Crazy by Amy Andrews begins with Sadie Bliss an up and coming reporter and Kent Nelson wounded war photo- journalist being given an assignment to do a feature on a reclusive artist Leonard Pinto and capture some shots of the Australian outback in the bargain. Though there is […]

Review: No Stranger to Scandal by Rachel Bailey
12th Apr / 0 Comments

Review: No Stranger to Scandal by Rachel Bailey

In  No Stranger to Scandal by Rachel Bailey, Lucy Royal maybe an heiress to a great fortune from her father and she is the stepdaughter of one of the most powerful media moguls in Washington. But that does not make her life any easier in any way, she has to […]

Review: Playing for Keeps by Catherine Mann
11th Apr / 2 Comments

Review: Playing for Keeps by Catherine Mann

Playing for Keeps by Catherine Mann is a sexy, hot and sweet romance of two high school sweethearts reuniting after 18 years apart. Celia Patel’s life is simple, and all she wants is to be in peace with her music and her students but unfortunately, with her father being a judge […]

Review: Dr. Chandler’s Sleeping Beauty by Melanie Milburne
11th Apr / 0 Comments

Review: Dr. Chandler’s Sleeping Beauty by Melanie Milburne

In Dr. Chandler’s Sleeping Beauty by Melanie Milburne., A&E doctor Kitty (Katherine) Cargill has moved to Australia for a short term of three months, time that she will use to gain some experience and to forget her very recent disillusion when she found her then boyfriend with her best friend […]

Review: Project: Runaway Heiress by Heidi Betts
10th Apr / 1 Comment

Review: Project: Runaway Heiress by Heidi Betts

In Project: Runaway Heiress by Heidi Betts, fashion designer Lily Zaccaro has just found out that her designs for her fall fashion have been stolen. Now she has gone undercover at Ashdown Abbey to try and find out who the thief is. Nigel Statham, CEO of Ashdown Abbey, needs to […]

Review: Northern Rebel by Jennifer Labrecque
9th Apr / 0 Comments

Review: Northern Rebel by Jennifer Labrecque

Northern Rebel by Jennifer Labrecque:  We start off meeting Delphi (I love that name). She’s a nurse in a doctor’s office and feels very lucky. She loves her job, enjoys her co-workers and really respects DeWitt, her boss, the doctor who owns the office. That is, until he comes on […]

Review: NYC Angels: Unmasking Dr. Serious by Laura Iding
8th Apr / 0 Comments

Review: NYC Angels: Unmasking Dr. Serious by Laura Iding

In Unmasking Dr. Serious by Laura Iding, we have pediatric heart surgeon Dan Morris from NYC Angels, trying to help his son Josh walk again. After an unfortunate car accident, which Dan still blames himself for, Josh was injured to the point that he had to have multiple surgeries and […]

Review: NYC Angels: The Wallflower’s Secret by Susan Carlisle
8th Apr / 0 Comments

Review: NYC Angels: The Wallflower’s Secret by Susan Carlisle

In The Wallflower’s Secret by Susan Carlisle, Lucy Edwards has made the ultimate sacrifice of love for her twin sister, but know she must stay away from her unless her sister finds out how she truly feels and gets hurt in the process. Ryan O’Doherty has been through enough pain […]

Review: The First Move by Jennifer Lohmann
8th Apr / 0 Comments

Review: The First Move by Jennifer Lohmann

In The First Move by Jennifer Lohmann, Renia Milek is an accomplished photographer with her own studio in Chicago. She has spent years chastising herself for mistakes she made as a teenager and has kept a wall built up to push most everyone away. As a result, she hasn’t had […]

Review: No Ordinary Cowboy by Marin Thomas
6th Apr / 0 Comments

Review: No Ordinary Cowboy by Marin Thomas

In No Ordinary Cowboy by Marin Thomas Nothing has been the same since Lucy’s brother Michael, a bull rider, died driving home from the bar after too much to drink one night 2 years ago. Lucy, her parents, and Tony, her brother’s best friend (and Lucy’s secret lover at the time) […]