Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: The Wreckage of Us by Brittainy C. Cherry
11th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Wreckage of Us by Brittainy C. Cherry

The Wreckage of Us by Brittainy C. Cherry: If you believe that everything worth loving is worth saving, then put your sympathy jacket on and enjoy this Mid-Western American Drama Romance despite the inherent storms to weather from. When the adults in Hazel’s life have completely failed her, she does the […]

REVIEW: Colton 911: Detective on Call by Regan Black
11th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Colton 911: Detective on Call by Regan Black

Colton 911: Detective on Call by Regan Black is the third book in the Harlequin series Colton 911: Grand Rapids. This book has a well-thought-out plot with lots of action. Someone is determined to stop Attorney Pippa Colton from finding evidence that an innocent woman has been convicted of murder.

REVIEW: My Fallen Saint by J. Kenner
10th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: My Fallen Saint by J. Kenner

In My Fallen Saint (Fallen Saint #1) by J. Kenner, Ellie never saw herself returning to her hometown after losing everyone she ever loved before she even finished high school. To say the loss of her family and the only boy she’s ever cared for changed her is putting it […]

REVIEW: Secret Crush Seduction by Jayci Lee
9th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Secret Crush Seduction by Jayci Lee

Secret Crush Seduction by Jayci Lee is a sexy friends to lovers/sibling’s best friend romance and the second story in the author’s Heirs of Hansol series. An aspiring fashion designer, Adelaide Song knows that in the eyes of her family she’s flighty and not committed enough to the family company and […]

REVIEW: In Case You Missed it by Lindsey Kelk
8th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: In Case You Missed it by Lindsey Kelk

If you love a hearty British Romance that explores friendships, aging, and the nature of love, all punctuated with some dry, self-deprecating humor, then In Case You Missed it by Lindsey Kelk, is exactly what the doctor ordered. Returning home, somewhat with her tail between her legs after four years […]

REVIEW: A Rogue of One’s Own  by Evie Dunmore
7th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Rogue of One’s Own by Evie Dunmore

A Rogue of One’s Own by Evie Dunmore is the second book in the A League of Extraordinary Women. While I haven’t read the first book and don’t think it affected this book, I’m certainly interested in reading it after this book. Evie Dunmore did a wonderful job describing the history […]

REVIEW: A Fallen Star by A.M. Kusi
5th Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: A Fallen Star by A.M. Kusi

In A Fallen Star (Shattered Cove Series, #1) by A.M. Kusi, With a tragic childhood he’s tried every way he knows how to forget and choices no one knows he’s made, Mikel Evans would never dream of having anything as pure and wonderful as Remy Stone in his life. Never […]

REVIEW: Shelter for Tory by Nicole Flockton
5th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Shelter for Tory by Nicole Flockton

Shelter for Tory by Nicole Flockton: is part of author Susan Stoker’s Police and Fire: Operation Alpha world and is the first book in Ms. Flockton’s Station 7: Crew 5 series. Tory Chapman is a genius, a very, very shy genius. She earned her Ph.D just before she turned twenty-one. She […]

REVIEW: Penthouse Prince by Kendall Ryan
4th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Penthouse Prince by Kendall Ryan

In Penthouse Prince by Kendall Ryan, First grade teacher Corrigan Stewart thought she had put her first love, her older brother’s best friend Lexington Dane, into the far distant past. He broke her heart when he took off for college and to live the high life in NYC. But unfortunately […]

REVIEW: Never Let Me Go by Kianna Alexander
4th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Never Let Me Go by Kianna Alexander

Never Let Me Go by Kianna Alexander: Maxwell Devers seems to have a well scheduled life. He has a very successful business and is competing for a big project for the city. He has his fraternity brothers who are still extremely close and support each other. He had child with a […]