Category: HJ Top Pick!


REVIEW: A Family like Hannah’s by Carol Ross
9th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: A Family like Hannah’s by Carol Ross

    A Family like Hannah’s by Carol Ross is a sweet romance that endeared to me to its characters. Tate was a professional snowboarder until he gave it up. Now, he’s acting as a consultant for the Snowy Sky Resort and has big plans for the place, but former professional […]

REVIEW: Insatiable  by Leslie Kelly
6th Feb / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Insatiable by Leslie Kelly

    Insatiable by Leslie Kelly: When a gin and tonic leads to an elevator and then a night would that be long enough? Or would it just be the beginning? Vivienne, Viv, Callahan had grown up with five brothers so she knew how guys could be, but getting a job […]

REVIEW: Wild at Heart by T.J. Kline
4th Feb / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Wild at Heart by T.J. Kline

    Wild at Heart by T.J. Kline is well worth your time and money. Chase is back in town after leaving the Oakland Police Department. He’s come back a changed man with some bad stuff hanging over his head. Chase has it bad for Bailey but since his best friend […]

REVIEW: I Wish You Were Mine by Lauren Layne
2nd Feb / 8 Comments

REVIEW: I Wish You Were Mine by Lauren Layne

    In I Wish You Were Mine (Oxford #2) by Lauren Layne, Mollie Carrington knew that falling in love with her sister’s husband, Jackson, was wrong. Still, she fell hard for him anyway, and now that Jackson is single, Mollie wants him more than ever. Except, he’s just as […]

REVIEW: When We Kiss by Darcy Burke
2nd Feb / 10 Comments

REVIEW: When We Kiss by Darcy Burke

    When We Kiss by Darcy Burke is book five in the Ribbon Ridge series and revolves around Liam and Aubrey. Since Liam was Alex’s identical twin brother, I was anxiously awaiting this story. I knew it was going to be hard on Liam when Alex committed suicide, but I […]

REVIEW: Truth About Love & Murderby Edie Ramer
30th Jan / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Truth About Love & Murderby Edie Ramer

    Wow!! That pretty well sums up how I felt reading Truth About Love & Murder (Love & Murder #1) by Edie Ramer. Truth About Love & Murder is has a complex, multi focal plot that flowed smoothly, pulled me in, and grabbed my heart in a way few […]

REVIEW: Wicked Sexy Liar by Christina Lauren
29th Jan / 9 Comments

REVIEW: Wicked Sexy Liar by Christina Lauren

    In Wicked Sexy Liar (Wild Seasons #4) by Christina Lauren, London Hughes has become part of a close-knit group of friends including Mia, Harlow and Lola, plus their spouses. She loves the cool and fun vibe but still isn’t used their complicated history together. One thing London never […]

REVIEW: Viscountess of Vice by Jenny Holiday
27th Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Viscountess of Vice by Jenny Holiday

    Viscountess of Vice by Jenny Holiday: This is the third story in Jenny Holiday’s captivating Regency Reformer’s series (though chronologically it happens first, and all three of the stories can be read as standalones), and tells the tale of Catharine and James. Catharine is a widow, her husband having […]

REVIEW: How to Wrangle a Cowboy by Joanne Kennedy
26th Jan / 10 Comments

REVIEW: How to Wrangle a Cowboy by Joanne Kennedy

    In How to Wrangle a Cowboy (Cowboys of Decker Ranch #3) by Joanne Kennedy, Lindsey Ward is stunned by the fact that her late grandfather has left his ranch to her. She wasn’t expecting him to include her in his will, not after she made the worst decision […]

REVIEW: Game of Love by Ara Grigorian
20th Jan / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Game of Love by Ara Grigorian

  Game of Love by Ara Grigorian: Tennis is a sport that runs all year, unlike a lot of other professional sports out there that are specific to seasons (baseball in summer, hockey in winter for example). It’s played all over the world and on different surfaces (hard court, grass, […]