Meet Me in Paradise by Libby Hubscher: If fantasizing about future paradise travel destinations is one of those things that have helped you get through these past 12 months, then this is definitely the book for you. And then layer on a neat mixture of earthy warmth, unbreakable sister bonds, and […]
Category: HJ Recommends
Innocent’s Desert Wedding Contract by Heidi Rice: Firstly, can I just say, the cover itself deserves its own bright and shiny star. A wonderful start sets the tone to an adventure in true Heidi Rice fashion. I love the way she is able to craft a story which keeps you thoroughly […]
In Twice Shy by Sarah Hogle, When Maybell Parrish learns that her Great Aunt Violet has passed away and left her Falling Stars, her family’s home in the mountains of Tennessee, it hits her hard. She let years go by without visiting the woman who meant so much during Maybell’s […]
Italian Escape With The CEO by Nina Milne: Ava Casseveti is surprised by her father’s will. He left the family business, Dolci, not just to her, but his two grown children from his first family. They have never been part of that business. Ava’s mother encourages her to fight the will, […]
In Tequila Rose (Tequila Rose #1) by Willow Winters, When Magnolia Williamson was a year away from graduating college, her life imploded. There was so much fallout to deal with that even four years later she probably still hasn’t really worked through it all emotionally. But with a busy three-year-old […]
The Dating Plan by Sara Desai: Daisy Patel loves her job as a software engineer with all its lists and numbers this is her happy place, one without the complication of boyfriends or office politics. With her life going exactly the way she had planned the only problem Daisy has is her […]
Framed in Death Valley by Dana Mentink is the first book in her Desert Justice series. This is a well-crafted, well-plotted story. Ms. Mentink managed to keep me guessing as to who the actual murderer was until the end.
In Forever Never by Lucy Score, As a cop and small business owner on Mackinac Island, Brick Callan is used to doing the right thing and taking care of those around him. In such a small, tight-knit community it’s just the way things are. The one person who has always […]
The Surprise Bollywood Baby: Tara Pammi captures the Bollywood film scene perfectly, or what I imagine it would be like. The Surprise Bollywood Baby continues with Zara and Virat, Vikram’s brother from Claiming His Bollywood Cinderella.
Someday My Duke Will Come by Christina Britton is the second book in the Isle of Synne series but was certainly good reading as a stand-alone. The main characters, Clara and Quincy, meet in the first book when they are introduced by Peter, who is Clara’s cousin and Quincy’s […]