Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: The Good Wife by Jane Porter
20th Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Good Wife by Jane Porter

The Good Wife by Jane Porter begins where The Good Daughter left off and takes us back into the life of the Brennan’s. It is the story of the youngest daughter, Sarah, but The Good Wife is also so much more than just Sarah’s story. Sarah lives on the opposite […]

REVIEW: Duty At What Cost? by Michelle Conder
18th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Duty At What Cost? by Michelle Conder

Duty At What Cost? by Michelle Conder: Ava had to attend the wedding of her ex-fiancee. It wasn’t a hardship – she and Gilles had been friends all their lives and they’d never really had a relationship. It was just assumed they’d marry someday, but he found someone to love – […]

REVIEW: A Weaver Beginning by Allison Leigh
17th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Weaver Beginning by Allison Leigh

A Weaver Beginning by Allison Leigh: Weaver deputy Sloan McCray isn’t sure how long he plans to stay in the small town. A former ATF agent, Sloan is used to staying on the move and not settling down. He has halfway through the lease on his house and his temporary appointment […]

Duel REVIEW: The Returned by Jason Mott
14th Sep / 0 Comments

Duel REVIEW: The Returned by Jason Mott

In The Returned by Jason Mott, August 15, 1966 is a day that Lucille and Harold Hargrave could never forget. It’s the day their beloved only child Jacob drowned on his eighth birthday. Jacob’s parents dealt with the tragedy in their own way: Lucille with her Baptist faith and Harold […]

REVIEW: Issy’s Infatuation by Shelley Munro
12th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Issy’s Infatuation by Shelley Munro

Issy’s Infatuation by Shelley Munro: Isabelle “Issy” Deans is a talented rugby player with hopes of moving up to the professional level at the end of the current season. She practices hard and plays hard to ensure that she succeeds. Being distracted in anyway is not an option, so when her former […]

REVIEW: Command Performance by Sara Jane Stone
12th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Command Performance by Sara Jane Stone

Command Performance by Sara Jane Stone: According to Google, one of the top ten places to pick up men is at a car show. So professor and author Margaret Barlow and her best friend Olivia, get all dressed up and go to the local car show being held at the Hudson […]

REVIEW: Style Me Sexy by Tara Chevrestt
11th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Style Me Sexy by Tara Chevrestt

Style Me Sexy by Tara Chevrestt: Bridget is a successful and extremely kind woman, yet terribly insecure due to being constantly berated and abused by her now ex-boyfriend. She is excited to have met a man online that she believes may be the one, Diego. After a month of online chatting, […]

REVIEW: Hunter’s Heart by J.D. Tyler
11th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Hunter’s Heart by J.D. Tyler

In Hunter’s Heart (Alpha Pack #4) by J.D. Tyler, Former Navy SEAL Ryon Hunter has always had Psy abilities, but since becoming a wolf shifter and joining the Alpha Pack, they seem to have become more enhanced. Being telepathic comes in handy on missions but he doesn’t think he’ll ever […]

REVIEW: Flirting with Disaster by Ruthie Knox
10th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Flirting with Disaster by Ruthie Knox

Another great book in the Camelot Series by Ruthie Knox. Flirting with Disaster will make you laugh, cry and it’s so hot you won’t be able to put it down. Katie Clark has been living in her brother Caleb’s house since she returned to Camelot after being left by her […]