Category: HJ Top Pick!


REVIEW: The Rival’s Heir by Joss Wood
12th Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Rival’s Heir by Joss Wood

The Rival’s Heir by Joss Wood is part of the Billionaires and Babies series but is also linked to the Love in Boston series (Friendship on Fire and Hot Christmas Kisses ), and features two happy endings (!) – one for a couple who find themselves taking care of a […]

REVIEW: Luke’s Gift by Kaylie Newell
11th Dec / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Luke’s Gift by Kaylie Newell

In Luke’s Gift (Harlow Brothers #2) by Kaylie Newell, Luke Harlow is out of the military and home for good in Marietta, Montana. Working as a police officer for the town, he finds himself interacting with just about everyone including Mary Best, the town’s best reporter. However, if there’s one […]

REVIEW: A Christmas Proposition by Jessica Lemmon
10th Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: A Christmas Proposition by Jessica Lemmon

A Christmas Proposition by Jessica Lemmon is the third story in her Dallas Billionaires Club series, about a powerful Texas family, the Fergusons. The first two stories dealt with the two brothers and their complicated love lives, but I’ll be honest, I’ve been waiting for their sister Stefanie to get […]

REVIEW: Christmas in Evergreen by Nancy Naigle
9th Dec / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Christmas in Evergreen by Nancy Naigle

Christmas in Evergreen by Nancy Naigle:  A sweet treat for the holidays! Evergreen, Vermont is the closest thing to an authentic Christmas town you’ll find without going to the North Pole. It’s Christmas here all year round. But, despite its charm, Allie Shaw is leaving her veterinarian clinic behind to […]

REVIEW: Their Christmas to Remember by Amalie Berlin
7th Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Their Christmas to Remember by Amalie Berlin

In Their Christmas to Remember (Scottish Docs in New York #1) by Amalie Berlin (HQN), Dr. Angel Conley will do anything to make sure her young patients have a good Christmas, even if it means going out and having fun and maybe even end up embarrassing herself for their benefit. […]

REVIEW: Want Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates
6th Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Want Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates

Want Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates is a sexy and enjoyable modern marriage of convenience romance set in the author’s familiar ranching world of Copper Ridge, Oregon. Poppy Sinclair has been working for her methodical and introverted boss Isaiah Greyson for several years now and they make an efficient team.

REVIEW: Defending Chloe by Susan Stoker
5th Dec / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Defending Chloe by Susan Stoker

Defending Chloe (Mountain Mercenaries #2) by Susan Stoker: Ronan Cross, one of the members of Mountain Mercenaries met Chloe Harris when she walked up his driveway and asked to use his phone. He thought there was something strange about this since he lived in a rural area and he didn’t […]

REVIEW: Other People’s Houses by Abbi Waxman
2nd Dec / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Other People’s Houses by Abbi Waxman

Other People’s Houses by Abbi Waxman: Blunt, but absolutely hysterical! Frances is “that” mom- the one who helps everyone, runs the carpool, is overrun with motherly instincts, but who also earns herself the slightly sarcastic nick name of ‘Saint Frances’. But, when she inadvertently catches her neighbor, Anne Porter, in a […]

REVIEW: My Favorite Half-Night Stand by Christina Lauren
30th Nov / 10 Comments

REVIEW: My Favorite Half-Night Stand by Christina Lauren

In My Favorite Half-Night Stand by Christina Lauren, Millie Morris may not have the most happening social life, but she has a great group of guy friends she hangs around with; all guys who also teach at UC Santa Barbara where she’s a criminology professor. It doesn’t bother Millie that […]

REVIEW: Sin and Ink by Naima Simone
29th Nov / 11 Comments

REVIEW: Sin and Ink by Naima Simone

In Sin and Ink (Sweetest Taboo #1) by Naima Simone, Knox holds so much guilt inside over the death of his brother. Even more, he’s been in love with his late brother’s wife for years and has done his best to stay away, but now it’s getting harder and harder […]