Category: HJ Top Pick!


REVIEW: The Brightest Star in Paris by Diana Biller
3rd Dec / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Brightest Star in Paris by Diana Biller

The Brightest Star in Paris by Diana Biller  was actually the second book involving these characters. The first book was The Widow of Rose House which I was not aware of until after I finished the book. I do not feel like I could not follow any of the contexts without […]

REVIEW: Rebel Without A Claus by Emma Hart
1st Dec / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Rebel Without A Claus by Emma Hart

Rebel Without A Claus by Emma Hart: Quinn Langley is over Christmas and all the holly jolly cheer that everyone in town seems to be drunk on, so to say having to be the one to run her family’s Christmas grotto is less than ideal would be a large understatement! However […]

REVIEW: The Wedding Ringer by Kerry Rea
30th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Wedding Ringer by Kerry Rea

The Wedding Ringer by Kerry Rea: One moment Willa Callister was living her best blogger life, planning her dream wedding to the sweetest guy she had ever meet and had the most reliable best friend a girl could ask for, that is until it all blew up when Willa found her […]

REVIEW: The Pact by Max Monroe
21st Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Pact by Max Monroe

The Pact by Max Monroe: Not everything that happens in Vegas necessarily stays in Vegas and really lets be honest this time its for the best. When Flynn Winslow agreed to going for his brother Jude’s bachelor party weekend in Vegas he already knew that with his knucklehead brothers there is […]

REVIEW: Just a Little Married by Reese Ryan
19th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Just a Little Married by Reese Ryan

Just a Little Married by Reese Ryan: Riley George’s family has been very successful and Riley is currently in charge to setting up a charity gala for their foundation, which she now heads. She decides to have it in Moonlight Ridge near Asheville, NC. She has many happy memories from there. […]

REVIEW: Duke, Actually by Jenny Holiday
18th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Duke, Actually by Jenny Holiday

Duke, Actually by Jenny Holiday was a perfect holiday read. The slow-burn romance and witty humor made this feel like a Hallmark story. I have not read a lot of books by the author, but I am a huge fan after reading this. It was beautifully written and paced perfectly. The […]

REVIEW: Christmas at Colts Creek by Delores Fossen
17th Nov / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Christmas at Colts Creek by Delores Fossen

Christmas at Colts Creek by Delores Fossen is the second book in her Last Ride, Texas series. Janessa Parkman got a letter from Abe Parkman, the father she only knew for one summer when she was a teenager. The letter asked for help with making things right. Unfortunately she’d been away […]

REVIEW: Promise Me Forever by Layla Hagen
16th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Promise Me Forever by Layla Hagen

Promise Me Forever by Layla Hagen: As far as Tate is concerned the most important person in his life is and always will be his little girl. There is nothing that Tate wouldn’t do to ensure Paisley’s happiness, which is why he is working so hard to make Maxwell Wineries for […]

REVIEW: Holly Jolly Cowboy by Jessica Clare
13th Nov / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Holly Jolly Cowboy by Jessica Clare

Holly Jolly Cowboy by Jessica Clare is the seventh book in the author’s Wyoming Cowboys series. Holly Dawson always cringed when Adam Calhoun, Mr. $1 Tipper, walked into Wade’s Saloon where she worked as a waitress. That Adam is just such a jerk! He’s a mighty fine-lookin’ guy. Holly can’t […]

REVIEW: A Not So Meet Cute by Meghan Quinn
11th Nov / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Not So Meet Cute by Meghan Quinn

A Not So Meet Cute by Meghan Quinn: The last thing that Lottie expected was to get fired by her supposed best friend! With her mother already expecting her to move out of the house and her high school reunion just around the corner Lottie is in desperate need of either […]