Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: Twins on Her Doorstep by Alison Roberts
19th Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Twins on Her Doorstep by Alison Roberts

In Twins on Her Doorstep by Alison Roberts, Shocked can’t even begin to describe how GP Sophie Bradford feels when a handsome stranger shows up at her door, towing two precious three-year-old girls with him, and tells her that they’re her biological children. Never really thinking about the eggs she […]

REVIEW: A Nurse to Heal His Heart by Louisa George
18th Dec / 8 Comments

REVIEW: A Nurse to Heal His Heart by Louisa George

In A Nurse to Heal His Heart by Louisa George, As a GP in a small English village, widower Joe Thompson is used to taking care of everyone else. Including his beautiful daughter Katy. He’ll admit that losing his wife has made him a bit overprotective of those he cares […]

REVIEW: You Had Me at Cowboy by Jennie Marts
17th Dec / 5 Comments

REVIEW: You Had Me at Cowboy by Jennie Marts

In You Had Me at Cowboy (Cowboys of Creedence #2) by Jennie Marts, Mason James loathes people that use him to get close to his famous hockey-playing brother. However, the moment he meets Tessa Kane, he’s so captivated he doesn’t even question her motives in wanting to be around him. […]

REVIEW: King’s Rule by Jackie Ashenden
17th Dec / 3 Comments

REVIEW: King’s Rule by Jackie Ashenden

King’s Rule by Jackie Ashenden is the second story in her Kings of Sydney series and a searing erotic romance with a forbidden love theme – step-siblings who as adults can no longer deny their attraction to each other. Life took an unexpected turn for fifteen year old Xander King […]

REVIEW: Dirty Little Secret by Jennifer Ryan
12th Dec / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Dirty Little Secret by Jennifer Ryan

In Dirty Little Secret (Wild Rose Ranch #1) by Jennifer Ryan, Losing his step-father John, the man who raised him and taught him everything about ranching, was a tough enough hit for Noah Cordero. But learning that John had a biological daughter he never let on about to anyone is […]

REVIEW: The Accidental Beauty Queen by Teri Wilson
10th Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Accidental Beauty Queen by Teri Wilson

The Accidental Beauty Queen by Teri Wilson: Charlotte loves her work as a librarian and getting lost in a good book. She’s smart, funny, and loves all things Harry Potter. Up until her mom died, she and her identical twin sister Ginny were inseparable. After losing their mom, they drifted […]

REVIEW: A Game of Chance by Emma Shortt
10th Dec / 5 Comments

REVIEW: A Game of Chance by Emma Shortt

In A Game of Chance by Emma Shortt, Jack Richards is determined to get to the bottom of what’s going on with his company since it seems his tech company is benefitting from other’s people ideas. However, when he discovers the enigmatic Meg Marlowe has broken into his company’s headquarters, […]

REVIEW: Before We Were Strangers by Brenda Novak
7th Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Before We Were Strangers by Brenda Novak

In Before We Were Strangers by Brenda Novak, A successful model who has graced the covers of some of the most important fashion magazines in the world, Sloane McBride should have been able to put her tumultuous past behind her by now. But she’s never forgotten that night twenty-three years […]

REVIEW: Fatal Invasion by Marie Force
4th Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Fatal Invasion by Marie Force

In Fatal Invasion (Fatal #13) by Marie Force, Lieutenant Sam Holland and her husband, Vice President Nick Cappuano, have had their fair share of challenges since falling for each other. But the newest homicide case Sam is investigating changes everything. After a horrific fire kills a prominent businessman and his […]

REVIEW: Do You Feel It Too? by Nicola Rendell
3rd Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Do You Feel It Too? by Nicola Rendell

Do You Feel It Too? by Nicola Rendell: Gabe is an adventuresome, globe-trotting, urban-legend hunter with his own popular TV show. He is sexy, charismatic, and quite the celebrity. He grew up in a military family and is used to picking up and moving on a regular basis. While he’s not […]