Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: Playboy by Katy Evans
16th Jul / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Playboy by Katy Evans

In Playboy by Katy Evans, Wynn Watson knows she needs a distraction from her recent breakup with her long time boyfriend Emmett. And there’s no time like the present to get back into the dating world. But her date doesn’t turn out anything like she had imagined it would, including […]

REVIEW: Belle’s Secret by Victoria Purman
16th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Belle’s Secret by Victoria Purman

In Belle’s Secret (Outback Brides #2) by Victoria Purman, Isabella ‘Belle’ Martenson married Harry Harrison and then disappeared without a trace. But now, a year later, he’s finally found Belle and wants answers to why she left him. Will Harry be able to forgive Belle or will they walk away […]

REVIEW: The Upside of Falling by Meghan Quinn
15th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Upside of Falling by Meghan Quinn

The Upside of Falling by Meghan Quinn is book one in the Blue Line duet and will take the characters on an emotional journey that will leave readers breathless and anxious. I can honestly say that no other books have ever given me anxiety, but this duet, has done just […]

REVIEW: The Shy Nurse’s Rebel Doc by Alison Roberts
15th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Shy Nurse’s Rebel Doc by Alison Roberts

In The Shy Nurse’s Rebel Doc (Bondi Bay Heroes #1) by Alison Roberts, ER nurse Samantha ‘Sam’ Braithwaite has always played it safe for the sake of her parents. However, she’s more determined than ever to go after what she wants including proving she has what it takes to be […]

REVIEW: Moonlight Seduction by Jennifer L. Armentrout
13th Jul / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Moonlight Seduction by Jennifer L. Armentrout

In Moonlight Seduction (de Vincent #2) by Jennifer L. Armentrout, When Nicolette “Nikki” Bresson agreed to fill in for her ailing mother at the de Vincent estate, she thought the biggest worry she’d have would be avoiding memories of her youth there. She didn’t realize her job as the cook […]

REVIEW: Reunion Under Fire by Geri Krotow
13th Jul / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Reunion Under Fire by Geri Krotow

Reunion Under Fire by Geri Krotow: Annie Fiero returns home to take over the management of her grandmother’s knitting shop while she recovers from a stroke. But, Annie is also on a sabbatical from her job after a tragic incident left her stunned. As an NYPD psychologist and an abuse survivor […]

REVIEW: His Enemy’s Daughter by Sarah M. Anderson
12th Jul / 3 Comments

REVIEW: His Enemy’s Daughter by Sarah M. Anderson

His Enemy’s Daughter by Sarah M. Anderson (HQN) is an enemies to lovers romance (clear from the title!) with a pair of characters vying for control of a rodeo while trying to ignore the chemistry between them. Pete Wellington has never forgiven his father for losing the All-Stars Rodeo to […]

REVIEW: Shattered Silence by Marta Perry
11th Jul / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Shattered Silence by Marta Perry

Shattered Silence (Echo Falls) by Marta Perry: Kindergarten teacher, Rachel Hartline, only needed to touch base with her ex-husband, Paul, one last time to discuss the sale of their shared home. Things go horribly awry when she catches Paul downloading sensitive company information onto a flash drive. Whatever trouble Paul has […]

REVIEW: How to Keep a Secret by Sarah Morgan
10th Jul / 6 Comments

REVIEW: How to Keep a Secret by Sarah Morgan

In How to Keep a Secret by Sarah Morgan, Lauren may have left her family home in Martha’s Vineyard behind well over a decade ago to raise her daughter Mack in London, but she never thought it would be a tragedy that would bring her back to the island. Memories […]

REVIEW: When We Found Home by Susan Mallery
9th Jul / 6 Comments

REVIEW: When We Found Home by Susan Mallery

In When We Found Home by Susan Mallery, Malcolm Carlesso is used to handling board meetings, running a multi-million dollar company, and having to make tough business decisions. But dealing with his long-lost half-sisters, preteen Keira and late twenty-something Callie, moving into the family home puts him in over his […]