Category: Harlequin Mills&Boon


REVIEW: Hidden Ambition by Jules Bennett
17th Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Hidden Ambition by Jules Bennett

Hidden Ambition by Jules Bennett is a sexy revenge themed romance and book four of the multi-authored Dynasties: Seven Sins series. Chase Hargrove has never forgiven the Black Crescent investment firm and its founder, Vernon Lowell for what happened to his family when Vernon defrauded his investors and left town; his […]

REVIEW: Rumors Behind the Greek’s Wedding by Pippa Roscoe
16th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Rumors Behind the Greek’s Wedding by Pippa Roscoe

Rumors Behind the Greek’s Wedding by Pippa Roscoe: After not getting of onto the best of starts Loukis Liordis all but demands that Célia fix his mangled public image. Already rather reluctant to get involved with anything to do with the infuriatingly good looking Greek jerk that is Loukis Liordis, Célia […]

REVIEW: Secrets of a Playboy by Janice Maynard
15th Jul / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Secrets of a Playboy by Janice Maynard

Secrets of a Playboy by Janice Maynard is the third and final book in her Men of Stone River series. What fun to shock her old high school nemesis and okay, crush Zachary Stone. Glenderry School for Gifted Children and Bug (Frannie) and Stone Man (Zachary) was a long time […]

REVIEW: One Last Kiss by Jessica Lemmon
13th Jul / 3 Comments

REVIEW: One Last Kiss by Jessica Lemmon

One Last Kiss by Jessica Lemmon is the third enjoyable workplace romance in her Kiss and Tell contemporary romance series. Gia Knox-Cooper and Jason Cooper had a brief marriage that flamed out when they discovered that they just weren’t ready for the emotional commitment.

REVIEW: Explosive Situation by Terri Reed
3rd Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Explosive Situation by Terri Reed

Explosive Situation (True Blue K-9 Unit: Brooklyn #4) by Terri Reed is the fourth book in the Harlequin series, True Blue K-9 Unit: Brooklyn. This series has an overriding arc of a cold case murder and the occurrence on the 20th anniversary of that murder of another murder which was eerily […]

REVIEW: More than Neighbors by Shannon Stacey
2nd Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: More than Neighbors by Shannon Stacey

More than Neighbors by Shannon Stacey  is the first book in the delightful new Blackberry Bay series. It was beautifully written and a wonderful book to read if you love series with small towns. The storyline was realistic, and the characters were believable. It was so easy to connect with […]

REVIEW: At Your Service by A.C .Arthur
1st Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: At Your Service by A.C .Arthur

At Your Service by A.C .Arthur is a sexy fake engagement romance set in the fashion industry. Nina Fuller is looking for a partnership for her new ‘At Your Service’ fashion accessories app, and she’s chosen the Gold family fashion business as her target. Though an embarrassing encounter with the family’s […]

REVIEW: Revelations of His Runaway Bride by Kali Anthony
29th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Revelations of His Runaway Bride by Kali Anthony

Revelations of His Runaway Bride by Kali Anthony is an exciting and passionate marriage of convenience romance. Thea Lambros doesn’t want to marry Christo Callas but her controlling father has forced her into marriage by threatening her half-brother. Planning to escape right after the wedding with the help of her […]

REVIEW: Wild Wedding Hookup by Jamie K. Schmidt
26th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Wild Wedding Hookup by Jamie K. Schmidt

Wild Wedding Hookup by Jamie K. Schmidt is a fun, steamy romance set in South Beach, Florida. Mikelina Presley is a concierge at luxury resorts. With a bachelor party set to take over one of the exclusive vacation homes for two weeks, she’s been working online with Bastian Ainsworth, one of […]

REVIEW: Hired By The Impossible Greek by Clare Connelly
24th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Hired By The Impossible Greek by Clare Connelly

Hired By The Impossible Greek by Clare Connelly: Many years ago I had a monthly subscription to Harlequin Presents series. I enjoyed the short, easy to read stories that provided escape from everyday life. I had to leave them behind once I had young children and a full time job that […]