Category: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: Business or Pleasure by Rachel Lynn Solomon
5th Jul / 12 Comments

REVIEW: Business or Pleasure by Rachel Lynn Solomon

In Business or Pleasure by Rachel Lynn Solomon, Chandler Cohen knew when she was getting her journalism degree at a time when local newspapers were shutting down all over the US that it was an iffy decision. Thankfully she had just enough time to develop her own writing voice before […]

REVIEW: Beginning of Forever by Catherine Bybee
2nd Jul / 18 Comments

REVIEW: Beginning of Forever by Catherine Bybee

In Beginning of Forever by Catherine Bybee, Family comes first for the D’Angelos and Giovanni wouldn’t have it any other way. So what if he’s had to put his plans of one day running his very own winery on the back burner? He’d do anything for his loved ones and […]

REVIEW: Play for Me by Libby Hubscher
29th Jun / 12 Comments

REVIEW: Play for Me by Libby Hubscher

In Play for Me by Libby Hubscher, Not to sound melodramatic or anything, but it’s funny how one decision can change a person’s entire life. As head athletic director for the Red Sox, Sophie Doyle was so sure she was doing the right thing when she pulled their pitcher from […]

REVIEW: Cherished Enough by Kelly Elliott
12th Jun / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Cherished Enough by Kelly Elliott

In Cherished Enough by Kelly Elliott, Ryan Marshall has spent years holding in his real feelings for his best friend Blayze Shaw’s younger sister, Morgan. But the time’s never been right for him to fess up and ask her on a date. Even with his days spent helping run his […]

REVIEW: A Little Ray of Sunshine by Kristan Higgins
9th Jun / 10 Comments

REVIEW: A Little Ray of Sunshine by Kristan Higgins

In A Little Ray of Sunshine by Kristan Higgins, Running her family’s Wellfleet, Massachusetts, bookstore is Harlow Smith’s happy place, especially as she gets to spend time with her fabulous grandfather every day. It also helps to keep the guilt and grief at bay from giving her newborn son, Matthew, […]

REVIEW: The Happy Life of Isadora Bentley by Courtney Walsh
1st Jun / 9 Comments

REVIEW: The Happy Life of Isadora Bentley by Courtney Walsh

In The Happy Life of Isadora Bentley by Courtney Walsh, A researcher at Chicago University, Isadora Bentley spends her days–and her nights and weekends, if she’s being honest–compiling and comparing data on a multitude of subjects. She’s content with her structured life, even if it’s a solitary one. Something she’s […]

REVIEW: Wrangler’s Rescue by B.J. Daniels
25th May / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Wrangler’s Rescue by B.J. Daniels

Wrangler’s Rescue by B.J. Daniels: A phone call was put through to his office. Sheriff Flint Cahill was shocked to hear the West Indies accent of the police commissioner on the Caribbean island of St. Augusta. Even more shocking and devastating was the reason for this call. According to the police […]

REVIEW: Pity Date by Whitney Dineen
21st May / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Pity Date by Whitney Dineen

Pity Date by Whitney Dineen: On any other day Faith would be thrilled to see her best friend walk down the aisle towards happily ever after but after being dumped by her cheating ex Faith can’t help but feel a bit less than thrilled about the idea of having to see […]

REVIEW: Mrs. Nash’s Ashes by Sarah Adler
12th May / 9 Comments

REVIEW: Mrs. Nash’s Ashes by Sarah Adler

In Mrs. Nash’s Ashes by Sarah Adler When Millicent “Millie” Watts-Cohen befriended her ninety-eight-year-old next-door neighbor, Rose Nash, she didn’t expect it to change her life. Okay…that might sound dramatic, but it’s a hundred percent true. Even though there was about a seventy-year age difference between them, Millie never enjoyed […]