Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: A Winter in New York by Josie Silver
13th Dec / 7 Comments

REVIEW: A Winter in New York by Josie Silver

In A Winter in New York by Josie Silver, When Iris was leaving her bad situation behind in London to start over again in New York City, she knew there would be some hiccups at first. But she didn’t expect to feel so heartbroken over the recent loss of her […]

REVIEW: The Christmas Cottage by Christine Rimmer
25th Nov / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Christmas Cottage by Christine Rimmer

The Christmas Cottage by Christine Rimmer: Workaholic Alexandra “Alex” Herrera has everything in her life planned, as she always wanted; she was a rising star at a prestigious law firm in Portland and about to get her final goal, a partner’s share, with all the benefits it entails. Then her […]

REVIEW: What We Could Have Been by Jess Sinclair
20th Nov / 5 Comments

REVIEW: What We Could Have Been by Jess Sinclair

In What We Could Have Been by Jess Sinclair, Their love was supposed to last a lifetime. Both Blue Shea and Enzo Castellari believed that to their very core from the time they were kids until a tragic event took her beloved mother’s life. It left Blue with little choice […]

REVIEW: There Are No Saints by Sophie Lark
7th Nov / 6 Comments

REVIEW: There Are No Saints by Sophie Lark

In There Are No Saints by Sophie Lark, Sculptor Cole Blackwell has never been called a good guy and he is completely fine with that. If people knew the truth behind just how far he will go to control those around him–and to rid San Francisco of those not worth […]

REVIEW: Better Hate than Never by Chloe Liese
17th Oct / 9 Comments

REVIEW: Better Hate than Never by Chloe Liese

In Better Hate than Never by Chloe Liese, Kate Wilmot has known Christopher Petruchio since she was a baby. Literally. They grew up next to each other, their families close friends until tragedy struck, taking Christopher’s parents from him in a car wreck. Kate’s parents pulled him into their family […]

REVIEW: The Wake-Up Call by Beth O’Leary
29th Sep / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Wake-Up Call by Beth O’Leary

In The Wake-Up Call by Beth O’Leary, A little bit of workplace competition can be a good thing, right? In the case of Izzy Jenkins and Lucas da Silva, it will either prove to be what finally helps them get along or what pushes them apart for good. Because as […]

REVIEW: His Housekeeper’s Twin Baby Confession by Abby Green
29th Sep / 5 Comments

REVIEW: His Housekeeper’s Twin Baby Confession by Abby Green

His Housekeeper’s Twin Baby Confession by Abby Green: Running on pure instinct, Massimo hires dangerously thin and visibly worn out Carrie on the spot as his housekeeper. Four years later Massimo and Carrie face the inevitable head on and explore their mutual attraction that’s grown over the years for an agreed […]

REVIEW: My Roommate Is a Vampire by Jenna Levine
28th Aug / 8 Comments

REVIEW: My Roommate Is a Vampire by Jenna Levine

My Roommate Is a Vampire by Jenna Levine: Life as an artist is not for the faint of heart, after all most of the time you are barely scrapping by to make ends meet and no one knows this better than Cassie Greenberg. As much as she loves her art, it […]