Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: The Spaniard’s Stolen Bride by Maisey Yates
29th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Spaniard’s Stolen Bride by Maisey Yates

The Spaniard’s Stolen Bride by Maisey Yates is the second story in the Brides of Innocence duology and takes place concurrent with The Spaniard’s Untouched Bride. Despite overlapping storylines they are easily read as standalone romances and can be read in any order. Diego Navarro knows he’s the black sheep of […]

REVIEW: The Wrong Highlander by Lynsay Sands
28th Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Wrong Highlander by Lynsay Sands

In The Wrong Highlander (Highland Brides #7) by Lynsay Sands, Knowing her only hope to save her father’s life is to convince Rory Buchanan, a renowned healer in Scotland, to come to their aid, Lady Evina Maclean at last finds the Highlander. Or so she thinks. But when a scuffle […]

REVIEW: Two Years Later by Lisa Renee Jones
26th Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Two Years Later by Lisa Renee Jones

In Two Years Later (Dirty Rich #7) by Lisa Renee Jones, Blissfully married to her gorgeous attorney husband Reese, Cat Summer is pretty much on top of the world. Her true crime writing career is rock solid. And her relationship with Reese has never been better. While she was expecting […]

REVIEW: The Prince’s Scandalous Wedding Vow by Jane Porter
25th Jan / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Prince’s Scandalous Wedding Vow by Jane Porter

In The Prince’s Scandalous Wedding Vow by Jane Porter, Volcanologist Josephine Robb’s mostly solitary life on the Greek isle of Khronos is thrown sideways when a handsome man winds up on the shore after falling from a luxury yacht. To make matters more confusing, he has amnesia. Nursing him back […]

REVIEW: 99 Percent Mine by Sally Thorne
24th Jan / 8 Comments

REVIEW: 99 Percent Mine by Sally Thorne

In 99 Percent Mine by Sally Thorne, Growing up with her twin brother, Jamie, who basked in all the glory of being a few minutes older–and being healthier–photographer Darcy Barrett knows a thing or two about feeling out of the loop. That’s why in grade school, when their new neighbor […]

REVIEW: Demanding His Secret Son by Louise Fuller
24th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Demanding His Secret Son by Louise Fuller

Demanding His Secret Son by Louise Fuller is a sexy second chance romance for a divorced couple whose son is the tie to bind them together again. Teddie Taylor has formed a business partnership with her best friend Elliott to parlay her skills in magic into a money making enterprise. With […]

REVIEW: I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella
23rd Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella

In I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella, Fixie Farr got her nickname as a kid thanks to her perpetual need to fix things. Her compulsion to help others has served her well over the years thankfully, although to some it might seem like she’s always putting herself last. But […]

REVIEW: Island Doctor to Royal Bride by Scarlet Wilson
23rd Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Island Doctor to Royal Bride by Scarlet Wilson

In Island Doctor to Royal Bride by Scarlet Wilson, when tragic news reaches Dr. Arissa Cotter, she has no choice but to accept help from Dr. Philippe Aronaz when he comes into her clinic. However, working alongside the gorgeous doctor isn’t easy for her and when she learns of his […]

REVIEW: The Baby They Longed For by Marion Lennox
20th Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Baby They Longed For by Marion Lennox

In The Baby They Longed For by Marion Lennox, Noah and Addie have a very complicated relationship ever since the day of her wedding that didn’t happen. However, it’s been years since they’ve seen each other, but now they find themselves working together. Being the professionals they are, they know […]

REVIEW: All Mine by Lisa Renee Jones
19th Jan / 8 Comments

REVIEW: All Mine by Lisa Renee Jones

In All Mine (Dirty Rich #8) by Lisa Renee Jones, Reid Maxwell might come across as a ruthless, overbearing man when it comes to business. And he used to be cold as ice when it came to personal relationships. But Carrie West, the woman of his dreams, changed all that. […]