Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: Demanding His Billion-Dollar Heir by Pippa Roscoe
2nd Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Demanding His Billion-Dollar Heir by Pippa Roscoe

In Demanding His Billion-Dollar Heir by Pippa Roscoe, Maria Rohan de Luen had no idea she was speaking with an infamous billionaire when Matthieu Montcour sat down beside her and struck up a conversation just when she needed a distraction. Emotionally distraught, she fell for his charm and unassuming manner. […]

REVIEW: Royal Playboy by Nana Malone
29th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Royal Playboy by Nana Malone

In Royal Playboy by Nana Malone, Relationships can become rather tricky when you come from an affluent family such as Xander Chase’s. He’s used to being pursued by women who only want him for his money and the social perks so it’s a good thing he’s not looking for anything […]

REVIEW: Reunited by Their Secret Daughter by Emily Forbes
28th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Reunited by Their Secret Daughter by Emily Forbes

In Reunited by Their Secret Daughter (London Hospital Midwives #3) by Emily Forbes, Chloe Larson’s life changed twofold when she was on a training mission in Australia four years ago. She met Xander Jameson, a handsome doctor who worked with the air rescue team. They fell instantly for each other […]

REVIEW: The Darkest King by Gena Showalter
24th Feb / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Darkest King by Gena Showalter

In The Darkest King (Lords of the Underworld #15) by Gena Showalter, William may be known by many names: William of the Dark, William the Ever Randy, the Prince of Darkness, Son of Hades, the Panty Melter–you get the idea–but no one aside from Hades and Lucifer truly *knows* him. […]

REVIEW: Vendetta Road by Christine Feehan
21st Feb / 12 Comments

REVIEW: Vendetta Road by Christine Feehan

In Vendetta Road (Torpedo Ink #3) by Christine Feehan, As part of the Torpedo Ink motorcycle club, Isaak “Ice” Koval lives a very different life than the one he and his club brothers and sisters had back in Russia. After years of torture and abuse they are now turning the […]

REVIEW: Cold Nose, Warm Heart by Mara Wells
20th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Cold Nose, Warm Heart by Mara Wells

Cold Nose, Warm Heart by Mara Wells is the first book in this author’s Fur Haven Dog Park series. I seem to have picked up and read a number of books about dog parks and dog rescues recently and I have to say this is one of the best I […]

REVIEW: Something in the Air by L.H. Cosway
19th Feb / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Something in the Air by L.H. Cosway

In Something in the Air (Running on Air #2) by L.H. Cosway, As a personal assistant to the cast of reality show Running on Air, Michaela Olsson is used to being around the incredibly talented and busy free runners who amaze her with their athletecism. It’s one of the show’s […]

REVIEW: Fighting For Nadia by Nicole Flockton
18th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Fighting For Nadia by Nicole Flockton

Fighting For Nadia by Nicole Flockton is part of Badge of Honor: Tarpley Volunteer Fire Department, a world where authors enter into author Susan Stoker’s Badge of Honor series and write their own stories. With Susan Stoker’s permission, and encouragement, of course. This group of books centers around the Tarpley VDF […]

REVIEW: One Eighty by Marie James
17th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: One Eighty by Marie James

In One Eighty (Westover Prep #1) by Marie James, Piper Schofield’s life has been made miserable thanks to her neighbor Dalton Payne. One of the meanest, most vindictive bullies you could imagine, he loves nothing more than to torment her–even getting his numerous friends in on it. But one night […]

REVIEW: Tracking Game by Margaret Mizushima
16th Feb / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Tracking Game by Margaret Mizushima

Tracking Game by Margaret Mizushima is the fifth book in her Timber Creek K-9 Mystery series. K-9 Deputy Mattie Cobb and veterinarian Cole Walker are attending the Celebration of Summer dance at the local community center in Timber Creek and have just stepped outside for a breath of fresh air […]