Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: Hollywood Playboy by Natasha Madison
22nd Feb / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Hollywood Playboy by Natasha Madison

Hollywood Playboy by Natasha Madison: Jessica never imagined she would be reporting on celebrities and racing to print the latest scandal. But now she’s on the top of her field and she knows how to work her sources to ensure she’s first to print. She’s smart, savvy, determined, and has […]

REVIEW: California Girls by Susan Mallery
21st Feb / 8 Comments

REVIEW: California Girls by Susan Mallery

In California Girls by Susan Mallery, They say that sisters share a special bond and that whatever affects one, affects them all. In an odd twist of fate, that couldn’t be more true for sisters Finola, Zennie and Ali, seeing how they all find their romantic relationships suddenly ending during […]

REVIEW: Huge Deal by Lauren Layne
20th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Huge Deal by Lauren Layne

Huge Deal by Lauren Layne: Kate is the uber competent, efficient, and organized assistant to Kennedy, Ian, and Matt at Wolfe Investments. She keeps their work, and often personal, lives running like well-oiled machines. But she’s fed up with loving and lusting after the always proper Kennedy after all this time. […]

REVIEW: Claimed for the Greek’s Child by Pippa Roscoe
18th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Claimed for the Greek’s Child by Pippa Roscoe

Claimed for the Greek’s Child by Pippa Roscoe is the second story in her Winner’s Circle trilogy, about three friends who race horses together and find their bachelorhood days numbered as they meet women who challenge and delight them. Dimitri Kiriakou spent one night in a small Irish bed & […]

REVIEW: Beneath This Mask by Meghan March
17th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Beneath This Mask by Meghan March

In Beneath This Mask (Beneath #1) by Meghan March, New Orleans seemed as good a place as any to disappear and start over for Charlie Stone. She might be running from a past that was out of her control, but she’s determined to live life on her own terms now. […]

REVIEW: Guarding Antonia by Nicole Flockton
16th Feb / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Guarding Antonia by Nicole Flockton

In Guarding Antonia (Guardian SEALs #6) by Nicole Flockton, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas or so Antonia Rocca thought. So, when she learns that her marriage to Brendan ‘Robot’ Dean wasn’t annulled like she thought it had been, she’s determined to make sure she corrects that particular mistake. […]

REVIEW: A Charm Like You by Sharla Lovelace
16th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Charm Like You by Sharla Lovelace

A Charm Like You (Charmed in Texas #5) by Sharla Lovelace: Recently divorced Gabi Graham takes her mother’s advice and heads out to attend a support group for divorced people. The drive to Denning isn’t long but Gabi sure wasn’t going to attend such a meeting in her home town […]

REVIEW: Battle of the Bulge by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
12th Feb / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Battle of the Bulge by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

In Battle of the Bulge (OHellNo #4) by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff , Aussie Olympic gold medalist Mitch Hofer typically spends his days in the pool, honing his skills as a first-class swimmer. And while he’s used to having an entourage and being in the spotlight, he’s been trying to keep a […]

REVIEW: One Night to Change their Lives by Tina Beckett
12th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: One Night to Change their Lives by Tina Beckett

In One Night to Change their Lives by Tina Beckett, Adelina ‘Addy’ Santini and Garret Stapleton aren’t looking for a relationship. Not after all they’ve been through in their pasts with Adelina’s husband cheating on her and Garret losing his family tragically. Still, Garret finds it hard to keep his […]

REVIEW: Luck of the Devil by Meghan March
11th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Luck of the Devil by Meghan March

In Luck of the Devil (The Forge Trilogy #2) by Meghan March, India “Indy” Baptiste’s skills as a poker player are legendary. And there’s not many people who can best her at the game, except maybe Jericho Forge. The piratical shipping magnate not only took her world by storm when […]