Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: Recipe for Disaster by Nina Harrington
23rd Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Recipe for Disaster by Nina Harrington

In Recipe for Disaster by Nina Harrington, Bunty Brannigan is turning thirty years old today. Her plans to have a nice (but rowdy) London evening with her closest friends gets turned upside down when she is served papers by hunky lawyer Fabio Rossi. It turns out he works for her […]

REVIEW: A Cowboy To Come Home To by Donna Alward
17th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Cowboy To Come Home To by Donna Alward

I’ve really enjoyed everything I’ve read by Donna Alward, and this is no exception. A Cowboy to Come Home to was sweet, funny, heartbreaking, and adorable – all wrapped up in about 250 pages. Melissa Stone grew up in Cadence Creek alongside her best friend Cooper Ford, and her boyfriend […]

REVIEW: Unexpected Maisey Yates
17th Jul / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Unexpected Maisey Yates

In Unexpected Maisey Yates Kelsey Noble is tired. Tired of the horrid bridesmaid’s gowns she wears because of her more ‘traditional’ sisters. Tired of her parents being disappointed for being an independent woman. But most of all, she’s tired of wanting more. So she takes matters into her own hands […]

REVIEW: Time Changes Everything by Melinda Dozier
17th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Time Changes Everything by Melinda Dozier

In Time Changes Everything by Melinda Dozier, Things are going exactly as planned for Amanda Larson. She lives in New York City, working as a fashion buyer for Macy’s, and now she is managing/coordinating the Denalo fashion show for Valentine’s week, which is a dream come true. Her life will […]

REVIEW: The Shoe Fits by Megan Mulry
15th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Shoe Fits by Megan Mulry

If The Shoe Fits by Megan Mulry is the follow up story to A Royal Pain by Megan Mulry. At times the antics of Devon and Sara are richly humorous and at others, they are so sexy they threaten to combust. This is the perfect romance for your summer beach […]

REVIEW: Earthquake Baby by Amy Andrews
14th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Earthquake Baby by Amy Andrews

In Earthquake Baby by Amy Andrews, Mary Laura Scott is the only survivor of a hostel collape during an earthquake.  After many hours being trapped and thinking she would not survive she was rescued and was kept alive by Dr. Jack Riley, whom she then had a one-night afair with. […]

REVIEW: Unbuttoned by Maisey Yates
12th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Unbuttoned by Maisey Yates

Unbuttoned by Maisey Yates: When Lucas Miller shows up in Carly’s office, she’s forced to interact with him. That’s troubling because she’s been trying to ignore him for the better part of the last two years. It’s also troubling because he pokes at her every chance he gets. Carly Denton, despite […]

REVIEW: A Hero to Come Home To by Marilyn Pappano
11th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Hero to Come Home To by Marilyn Pappano

A Hero to Come Home To by Marilyn Pappano, opens up 13 months after Carly lost her military husband in Afghanistan. She is still struggling, still has so much sorrow, and is finding life so difficult. When she talks first with Therese, then bonds with a group of others widows (The […]

REVIEW: One Sweet Ride by Jaci Burton
9th Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: One Sweet Ride by Jaci Burton

One Sweet Ride by Jaci Burton is the 6th book in her awesome Play-by-Play series and again it does not disappoint, with that said, fasten your seat belts ladies and get ready for a story that will keep you on the edge of you seats and leave you very satisfied. […]

REVIEW: The Story Guy by Mary Ann Rivers
8th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Story Guy by Mary Ann Rivers

In The Story Guy by Mary Ann Rivers, Carrie gets a kick out of reading the MetroLink personals on her downtime from her job at the Metropolitan Library. She begrudgingly admits to herself that she is a bit lonely, but perusing the personals is more entertainment factor than serious searching. […]