Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Wicked Heat by Kelli Ireland
11th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Wicked Heat by Kelli Ireland

Wicked Heat by Kelli Ireland: On an island, a beautiful amazing spectacular getaway island and it just so happens the guy on the plane you were making eyes with, he is who you will be working with for the next several days? So is work the plan? Or pleasure? Ella Montgomery […]

REVIEW: The Sicilian’s Secret Son by Angela Bissell
10th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Sicilian’s Secret Son by Angela Bissell

The Sicilian’s Secret Son by Angela Bissell is a sexy second chance romance for a couple whose one night of passion left them with an unexpected treasure. Luca Cavallari is adjusting to taking over his father’s business and cleaning house from the inside out. In his deceased father’s papers he […]

REVIEW: The Billionaire’s Convenient Bride  by Liz Fielding
9th Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Billionaire’s Convenient Bride by Liz Fielding

The Billionaire’s Convenient Bride by Liz Fielding: History has a way of repeating itself until the chain is broken. For that chain to be broken it takes a strong and pretty amazing person. Agnes Prideaux was going to be that person for Priddy’s castle. She was going to break the “curse” […]

REVIEW: Engaging the Enemy by Reese Ryan
8th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Engaging the Enemy by Reese Ryan

Engaging the Enemy by Reese Ryan is the latest sexy romance in her Bourbon Brothers series, set in the small town of Magnolia Lake, Tennessee. Parker Abbott is in a bind. His father wants to surprise his wife with the purchase of some property that had once belonged to her […]

REVIEW: Friend, Fling, Forever? by Janice Lynn
7th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Friend, Fling, Forever? by Janice Lynn

In Friend, Fling, Forever? by Janice Lynn, Kami Clark is the one woman that doesn’t fall for Dr. Gabe Nelson’s charm. However, when he asks her for help, she doesn’t know whether she can do what he’s asking. Yet, the more time they spend together, the more she finds herself […]

REVIEW: Captivated By The Millionaire  by Nina Singh
5th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Captivated By The Millionaire by Nina Singh

Captivated By The Millionaire by Nina Singh: A series of missteps and adults are all of a sudden acting like teenagers again, sweet or disconcerting? Jessalyn, Jess, Raffi wasn’t sure to be honest with you. It seemed she couldn’t do anything like the grown up that she was when she was […]

REVIEW: The Doctor’s Marriage for a Month by Annie O’Neil
4th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Doctor’s Marriage for a Month by Annie O’Neil

In The Doctor’s Marriage for a Month by Annie O’Neil , Isla MacLeay’s island vacation turns into a nightmare. Luckily, handsome doctor Diego Rodriguez comes to her rescue, even if his method is rather unconventional. He expects her to marry him and stay on the island for a month all to […]

REVIEW: His for One Night by Sarah M. Anderson
3rd Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: His for One Night by Sarah M. Anderson

His for One Night by Sarah M. Anderson: The funny thing about a one night stand is that most often it’s never truly one night, it stays with your heart and soul for a lot longer. Brooke Bonner knew that, she also knew her one night stand was going to last […]

REVIEW: Good Girl  by Christy McKellen
2nd Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Good Girl by Christy McKellen

Good Girl by Christy McKellen: The “V-card” How do you go about making that go away, especially at 26 and when you aren’t sure of yourself? Juno Darlington-Hume kept asking herself that question. Then she remembered she was a scientist, so why not ask the most talked about gentleman to help […]

REVIEW: Innocent’s Nine-Month Scandal by Dani Collins
1st Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Innocent’s Nine-Month Scandal by Dani Collins

Innocent’s Nine-Month Scandal by Dani Collins is a sexy ‘unexpected pregnancy’ romance and a companion to the also enjoyable A Virgin to Redeem the Billionaire. Both stories take place concurrently and star two cousins on a quest to find their grandmother’s fabled pair of earrings that helped her establish herself […]