Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: How to Resist Your Rival by Rachel Dov
18th Jan / 8 Comments

REVIEW: How to Resist Your Rival by Rachel Dov

How to Resist Your Rival by Rachel Dov: Harper’s battle with the infuriating snack machine commences this beautiful medical romance by Rachel Dove. Literally falling into the arms of her love neuro scientist Dominic (not that either knew right then and there how live changing this moment in time was) sets […]

REVIEW: Pregnant and Stolen by the Tycoon by Maya Blake
12th Jan / 9 Comments

REVIEW: Pregnant and Stolen by the Tycoon by Maya Blake

Pregnant and Stolen by the Tycoon by Maya Blake: No nonsense tech genius Genie sets the ball rolling with billionaire Seve in this electrifying stunner by dropping a huge bomb of a request in the opening chapter. Rejecting Genie’s request doesn’t stop fierce negotiations that set the pages on fire.

REVIEW: Watchers of the Night by Charlene Parris
9th Jan / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Watchers of the Night by Charlene Parris

  Watchers of the Night by Charlene Parris Watchers of the Night by Charlene Parris is the first book of the Night Guardians series. The Chariots of Chrome Motorcycle Club, comprised of both current and former law enforcement, do their best behind the scenes to keep the town safe. But […]

REVIEW: Fling with the Reclusive Billionaire by Susan Meier
5th Jan / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Fling with the Reclusive Billionaire by Susan Meier

In Fling with the Reclusive Billionaire by Susan Meier, Lola Evans was hired to be the ghost writer for tech billionaire Grant Laningham. The idea was to write and publish a book from Grant’s point of view in five weeks, to beat an unflattering one being written about him by […]

REVIEW: Deception at Dixon Pass by Cindi Myers
20th Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Deception at Dixon Pass by Cindi Myers

Deception at Dixon Pass by Cindi Myers is the first book in the Eagle Mountain: Critical Response series, and what a start it was. Scientist and search-and-rescue volunteer Grace Wilcox finds a naked man wondering around on Eagle Mountain. He doesn’t remember who he is or why he’s there, but […]

REVIEW: Miami Marriage Pact by Nadine Gonzalez
15th Dec / 9 Comments

REVIEW: Miami Marriage Pact by Nadine Gonzalez

In Miami Marriage Pact by Nadine Gonzalez, film producer Gigi Garcia’s father left her an inheritance, but she can’t touch it for five years, unless she gets married. She felt this was an unfair stipulation in her father’s will, as both her mother and her half-brother received their inheritance immediately. […]

REVIEW: Texas Scandal by Barb Han
12th Dec / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Texas Scandal by Barb Han

Texas Scandal by Barb Han is the fourth book in The Cowboys of Cider Creek series, which can be read as a standalone with no issues. In this book, Tiernan Hayes is surprised when his dog digs up a body on his ranch. In the victim’s pocket? The name and […]

REVIEW: Their White-Hot Christmas by Jules Bennett
4th Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Their White-Hot Christmas by Jules Bennett

Their White-Hot Christmas by Jules Bennett is the fourth book in the Dynasties: Willowvale series, in which a group of men who worked for Hank as teens received an inheritance from him after his death. In this book, Paxton Hart has inherited a ranch that has seen better days. He’s […]

REVIEW: Breaking the Bad Boy’s Rules by Reese Ryan
29th Nov / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Breaking the Bad Boy’s Rules by Reese Ryan

In Breaking the Bad Boy’s Rules by Reese Ryan, drummer Vaughn Reed has inherited a run-down ranch he had worked on as a teen. His goal is to renovate the ranch and use the money he gets from it to fund reuniting his band. He expects his childhood friend to […]

REVIEW: The Christmas Cottage by Christine Rimmer
25th Nov / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Christmas Cottage by Christine Rimmer

The Christmas Cottage by Christine Rimmer: Workaholic Alexandra “Alex” Herrera has everything in her life planned, as she always wanted; she was a rising star at a prestigious law firm in Portland and about to get her final goal, a partner’s share, with all the benefits it entails. Then her […]