Category: Presents


REVIEW: Pregnant After One Forbidden Night by Marcella Bell
19th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Pregnant After One Forbidden Night by Marcella Bell

Pregnant After One Forbidden Night by Marcella Bell is the wonderful conclusion to The Queen’s Guard mini series. Unlike any other night Jenna drops her very serious and driven professionalism momentarily and the consequences are huge in more ways than one. Sebastian somehow (ok, we all know how) convinces Jenna […]

REVIEW: His Majesty’s Hidden Heir by Lucy Monroe
13th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: His Majesty’s Hidden Heir by Lucy Monroe

His Majesty’s Hidden Heir by Lucy Monroe is the beautiful conclusion to Princesses by Royal Decree duet. I loved that Lucy Monroe jumped straight into it. Emma Carmichael can’t believe it when she’s standing in line at the bank and looks up to see the father of her son, Prince Konstantin […]

REVIEW: The Greek’s Cinderella Deal by Carol Marinelli
11th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Greek’s Cinderella Deal by Carol Marinelli

The Greek’s Cinderella Deal by Carol Marinelli commenced with much excitement and drama. Mary really is a real life Cinderella and how she ends up on a date with Costa’s enemy is written beautifully. The whole exchange is very enjoyable and I loved the suspense and the intrigue. Absolute two opposites, […]

REVIEW: Shy Innocent in the Spotlight by Melanie Milburne
24th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Shy Innocent in the Spotlight by Melanie Milburne

Shy Innocent in the Spotlight by Melanie Milburne in the Spotlight is the first delightful installment of The Scandalous Campbell Sisters Duet An exciting twin sister swap story where we meet Elspeth Campbell. She’s the sister who takes a backseat to her veracious bikini model twin. Their mum has huge […]

REVIEW: Redeemed by His New York Cinderella by Jadesola James
21st Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Redeemed by His New York Cinderella by Jadesola James

Redeemed by His New York Cinderella by Jadesola James’ debut novel for Harlequin Presents. Jumping straight away into the action, before you know it and all in the same night, Kitty is billing her dinner to Laurence’s room, gate crashing an important party and saving Laurence’s life.

REVIEW: The Wedding Night They Never Had by Jackie Ashenden
15th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Wedding Night They Never Had by Jackie Ashenden

The Wedding Night They Never Had by Jackie Ashenden is fantastic! It evolves on levels that outdo themselves each chapter. Prince Cassius, the carefree spare, saves Inara from an arranged marriage by marrying him herself. His simple plan is to divorce her in two years when she’s an adult and able […]