Category: HJ Top Pick!


REVIEW: Sweet Talker by Robin Bielman
20th Oct / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Sweet Talker by Robin Bielman

In Sweet Talker (American Royalty #2) by Robin Bielman, Ethan Auprince never thought he’d see Pascale Nichols again. However, when Ethan discovers she’s the new manager of his restaurant, he’s not only surprised but determined to find out why she left all those years ago. Yet, Pascale has her own […]

REVIEW: The Outlaw’s Heart by Amy Sandas
17th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Outlaw’s Heart by Amy Sandas

The Outlaw’s Heart by Amy Sandas is the third book in the Runaway Brides series and the first book I have read of this author. I don’t usually read books that have settings in America because they don’t typically keep my attention, but this book drew me in from the first […]

REVIEW: A Passionate Reunion in Fiji by Michelle Smart
16th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Passionate Reunion in Fiji by Michelle Smart

A Passionate Reunion in Fiji by Michelle Smart is a sexy ‘marriage in trouble’ romance for a couple on the verge of divorce who find themselves with one last chance to reconcile. Workaholic billionaire Massimo Briatore knows that it was a mistake to get married to vivacious but too tempting […]

REVIEW: Catching her Heart by Jody Holford
15th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Catching her Heart by Jody Holford

In Catching her Heart by Jody Holford, Addison Carlisle is normally a very sensible person. Yet, believing there’s only one way to get what she wants she decides to kidnap Nashville Slammers catcher Sawyer McBain. However, even though things go according to plan, she soon finds herself indebted to the […]

REVIEW: Highland Jewel  by May McGoldrick
14th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Highland Jewel by May McGoldrick

Highland Jewel by May McGoldrick is the second book in the Royal Highlander series. I would recommend reading the first book since this book picks up where the first one left off but focuses on Maisie and Niall. As always, the authors did a wonderful job describing the turmoil and the […]

REVIEW: The Orchid Throne by Jeffe Kennedy
12th Oct / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Orchid Throne by Jeffe Kennedy

The Orchid Throne by Jeffe Kennedy is the start of an exciting fantasy romance trilogy that introduces a royal couple destined to fight for the survival of their peoples against a tyrant bent on their destruction. The discovery of vurgstun, a rock with explosive properties mined deep in the volcanoes […]

REVIEW: From Heartache to Forever by Caroline Anderson
3rd Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: From Heartache to Forever by Caroline Anderson

In From Heartache to Forever by Caroline Anderson, Ryan McKenna and Beth Costello had an intense fling, but after tragedy struck they went their separate ways. However, now they find themselves working at the same hospital and their attraction is as strong as ever. Yet, getting involved with each other […]

REVIEW: Coming Home for Christmas by RaeAnne Thayne
2nd Oct / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Coming Home for Christmas by RaeAnne Thayne

In Coming Home for Christmas (Haven Point #10) by RaeAnne Thayne, For the past seven years Elizabeth Hamilton has been dealing with the emotional and physical scars that came from a decision she made in the depths of despair. Having lost her parents and then suffering from severe postpartum depression, […]

REVIEW: The Risk by Caitlin Crews
1st Oct / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Risk by Caitlin Crews

The Risk by Caitlin Crews is a sexy romance between a daring ballerina and a wealthy businessman who can’t forget their night together and wants more, at any cost. Darcy has spent several years in the ballet corps of a well known New York dance company when her best friend […]

REVIEW: If It’s Only Love by Lexi Ryan
30th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: If It’s Only Love by Lexi Ryan

If It’s Only Love by Lexi Ryan: Shayleigh has grown up with five very protective brothers, which makes it hard to date. But Shay also only wanted her brother’s best friend and almost family member, Easton. She’s smart, sassy, creative, and has plans for her future. She’s dedicated to her family […]