Category: HJ Top Pick!


REVIEW: Hired by the Mysterious Millionaire by Ally Blake
3rd Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Hired by the Mysterious Millionaire by Ally Blake

Hired by the Mysterious Millionaire by Ally Blake: Expert IT coder Evie Croft first saw Armand Debussey on the commuter train. She gives fun names to the people she sees on the commuter train. Evie named Armand “Hot Stuff in the Swanky Suit.” She has noticed that he exits the train […]

REVIEW: Three Little Words by Jenny Holiday
1st Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Three Little Words by Jenny Holiday

Three Little Words by Jenny Holiday is the third novel in her romantic comedy series, Bridesmaids Behaving Badly. It’s centered around a group of female friends and their weddings, and the whole series has been a joy to read, this one included!

REVIEW: Carrying the Surgeon’s Baby by Amy Ruttan
31st Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Carrying the Surgeon’s Baby by Amy Ruttan

In Carrying the Surgeon’s Baby by Amy Ruttan, Dr. Emily West has always been a practical woman and never once been the type to do anything wild like have a one night stand or get married without thinking things through. However, when a trip to Vegas has Emily doing something […]

REVIEW: The Last Letter by Rebecca Yarros
22nd Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Last Letter by Rebecca Yarros

In The Last Letter by Rebecca Yarros, receiving letters from his best friend’s sister, Ella, while serving overseas has been Beckett Gentry’s saving grace. She’s the one person that’s kept him grounded and shown him that he is worthy of friendship or love. So, when his best friend is killed […]

REVIEW: How to Date Your Dragon by Molly Harper
20th Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: How to Date Your Dragon by Molly Harper

In How to Date Your Dragon (Mystic Bayou #1) by Molly Harper , As an anthropologist who works for the League for Interspecies Cooperation, Dr Jillian Ramsay has been waiting for the day when she’ll be able to go out into the field on her own. And after her mentor […]

REVIEW: The Spaniard’s Untouched Bride by Maisey Yates
15th Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Spaniard’s Untouched Bride by Maisey Yates

The Spaniard’s Untouched Bride by Maisey Yates is a sexy romance about a woman who loses everything, then gains it all back and finds love in the bargain. It’s the first story in the Brides of Innocence series. When Camilla Alvarez loses her father, she also loses her home and the […]

REVIEW: The Army Doc’s Christmas Angel by Annie O’Neil
12th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Army Doc’s Christmas Angel by Annie O’Neil

In The Army Doc’s Christmas Angel (Hope Children’s Hospital #3) by Annie O’Neil, Dr Finn Morgan finds it hard to get close to people after all he’s been through. Still, there’s something about his colleague, Dr. Naomi Collins, that makes it hard for him to stay away from her. Will […]

REVIEW: Summoned to Thirteenth Grave by Darynda Jones
10th Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Summoned to Thirteenth Grave by Darynda Jones

In Summoned to Thirteenth Grave (Charley Davidson #13) by Darynda Jones, Charley Davidson learned the hard way that breaking the one rule she has as the Grim Reaper has severe consequences. At least, that’s what she would consider being exiled to a dark realm–and with no coffee!–for a century to […]

REVIEW: My Bought Virgin Wife by Caitlin Crews
9th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: My Bought Virgin Wife by Caitlin Crews

My Bought Virgin Wife by Caitlin Crews is a sexy marriage of convenience romance for a French aristocratic daughter, and a Spanish businessman looking for a society status upgrade – and finding love in the bargain. Imogen Fitzalan is a French heiress who hasn’t had a very happy life. Her […]

REVIEW: Winter Cottage by Mary Ellen Taylor
6th Jan / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Winter Cottage by Mary Ellen Taylor

Winter Cottage by Mary Ellen Taylor: Masterfully constructed tale! As she lay dying from cancer, Beth Kincaid begged her daughter, Lucy, to spread her ashes in Virginia. She couldn’t explain why, but she was insistent. After she passed away, Lucy discovered she has inherited a house located in her mother’s hometown. […]