Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: The Surgeon’s Convenient Husband by Amy Ruttan
24th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Surgeon’s Convenient Husband by Amy Ruttan

In The Surgeon’s Convenient Husband by Amy Ruttan, Dr. Ruby Cloutier married Aran Atkinson before he left for the military five years ago. She married him in hopes of staying in the country, but when he returns home after being injured, she finds her chance of staying could be at […]

REVIEW: Luck of the Draw by B.J. Daniels
21st May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Luck of the Draw by B.J. Daniels

Luck of the Draw by B.J. Daniels is the second book in her Sterling’s Montana series. This author is one of the top romantic suspense authors in Harlequin’s lineup. B.J. Daniels always manages to keep her readers on the edge of their seat with her suspense stories. Luck of the Draw […]

REVIEW: Sunset Beach by Mary Kay Andrews
20th May / 9 Comments

REVIEW: Sunset Beach by Mary Kay Andrews

In Sunset Beach by Mary Kay Andrews , Drue Campbell has great memories of Coquina Cottage in Sunset Beach, Florida, the small home her maternal grandparents built with their own hands decades ago. It should be the perfect place to heal after recently losing her mother to cancer, losing her waitressing […]

REVIEW: Sugar & Spice by Christine d’Abo
19th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Sugar & Spice by Christine d’Abo

Sugar & Spice by Christine d’Abo is book two in the Sugar Series, but can definitely be read as a standalone. I haven’t had the chance to read the first book, but that had no effect on me enjoying Sugar and Spice. I found this book to be well thought out […]

REVIEW: Defending Morgan by Susan Stoker
18th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Defending Morgan by Susan Stoker

Defending Morgan by Susan Stoker is the third book in her Mountain Mercenaries series. Getting to know each of these dedicated men is a real treat. Getting to know the women they fall in love with is also quite a treat. Susan Stoker has a special knack for depicting dedicated, honorable […]

REVIEW: Kiss Me Tonight by Maria Luis
17th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Kiss Me Tonight by Maria Luis

Kiss Me Tonight by Maria Luis: Aspen is returning home to take up the mantle as the new high school football coach. Football runs in her blood and is the family legacy. She was a talented kicker at the high school and collegiate level despite being female. She’s feisty, smart, independent, […]

REVIEW: How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper
15th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper

In How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper, Andrew’s job with the city council in London might seem dismal to some. But it means the world to him to be able to give those citizens who pass away with no next of kin a proper send off. It is […]

REVIEW: Then Came You by Kate Meader
13th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Then Came You by Kate Meader

In Then Came You (Laws of Attraction #3) by Kate Meader, Aubrey Gates and Grant Lincoln were married until a tragedy tore their marriage apart. However, when she needs a ride home for the holidays, Grant offers to drive her, even though spending time in a car with each other […]