Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: Desolation Road by Christine Feehan
9th Jul / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Desolation Road by Christine Feehan

In Desolation Road (Torpedo Ink #4) by Christine Feehan, A library probably seems an unlikely place for the world-weary member of a motorcycle club to hang out, but a tidal wave wouldn’t even be able to move Aleksei “Absinthe” Solokov from the building. That’s because as much as libraries–and books […]

REVIEW: The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs
6th Jul / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs

In The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs, On the day that Natalie Harper’s professional life was about to get a huge boost, her personal life suffered a devastating loss. With too many decisions to make and an overwhelming amount of grief holding her down, Natalie temporarily moves back […]

REVIEW: Accidentally Family by Sasha Summers
4th Jul / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Accidentally Family by Sasha Summers

Accidentally Family by Sasha Summers finds Felicity put into a difficult situation. On his deathbed after an accident that took the life of his wife, her ex-husband asks Felicity to take in his toddler. Her daughter, who is leaving for college at the end of the summer, takes it in […]

REVIEW: Hard to Handle by K. Bromberg
2nd Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Hard to Handle by K. Bromberg

In Hard to Handle (Play Hard #1) by K. Bromberg, Dekker Kincade would do anything for her father and the family business he’s painstakingly grown over the years. So when he asks her and her three sisters to each sign a particular athlete to their agency, she thinks it’s a […]

REVIEW: Lead Me Back by C.D. Reiss
1st Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Lead Me Back by C.D. Reiss

Lead Me Back by C.D. Reiss: After being blackballed in the New York fashion industry for speaking her truth, Kayla Montgomery finds herself packing up everything she owns and a few rolls of prized denim and driving down to L.A. Where on her very first day in her fresh start Kayla […]

REVIEW: Hooking Him by Aurora Rose Reynolds
30th Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Hooking Him by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Hooking Him by Aurora Rose Reynolds: Anna McAlister runs away from her wealthy family and fiancé in Chicago to make a fresh start. She ends up renting from a sassy senior citizen and starts work at a local bakery. Even though there is a big age difference, Anna’s landlady Edie […]

REVIEW: A Reckless Note by Lisa Renee Jones
29th Jun / 4 Comments

REVIEW: A Reckless Note by Lisa Renee Jones

In A Reckless Note (Brilliance Trilogy #1) by Lisa Renee Jones, Aria Alard’s family has been mixed up in a world of secrets, music, and subterfuge for as long as she can remember. And it has taken a devastating toll on them. Now her brother Gio is thought to be […]

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: The Rebel Wears Plaid by Eliza Knight
27th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Rebel Wears Plaid by Eliza Knight

The Rebel Wears Plaid by Eliza Knight is the first book in the intense historical Prince Charlie’s Angels series. The series is based on three brave Scottish women who are daring enough to risk their lives and aid Bonnie Prince Charlies. It takes place during the time of Scottish rebels […]

REVIEW: This Time Tomorrow by Tessa Bailey
26th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: This Time Tomorrow by Tessa Bailey

In This Time Tomorrow (Phenomenal Fate #2) by Tessa Bailey, It has to be a joke that the one being that Roksana feels truly drawn to and trusts (almost) completely is a vampire, considering she is the daughter of the Queen of Shadows–a slayer of vampires. In her defense, though, […]