The Name Curse by Brooke Burroughs: Wow! This was not your normal run-of-the-mill rom-com. It was hilarious but also memorable; one of those books that you will not forget the storyline in a month or so. It captivated me from the beginning, and I could not put the book down until […]
Category: HJ Top Pick!
In The Heart Principle (The Kiss Quotient #3) by Helen Hoang, Classical violinist Anna Sun went from being a struggling musician to an internet sensation seemingly overnight when a chain of events threw her into the spotlight. But now, months later, she can’t even complete practicing one piece of music […]
The People We Keep by Allison Larkin: Barely existing as an invisible 16 year old with dreams of becoming a musician, April’s journey was simultaneously heartbreaking and uplifting as she flees small town Little River to find the freedom and belonging she never believed she was entitled to.
The Trouble with #9 by Piper Rayne is the second book in the new Hockey Hotties series. It can be read as a stand-alone but fair warning after you start reading it you will want to read the first book. It was a fast-paced, easy-to-read book with some humor and emotional […]
Marie Ferrarella has written 300 books for Harlequin, so you know you are in for a treat when you get a chance to read one of them. I have not read any of her Matchmaking Mamas stories, but The Late Bloomer’s Road to Love by is absolutely lovely. George enlists some ladies […]
The Meeting Point by Olivia: Maya is an aspiring writer, with a flare for creating the perfect happy ends for random people she sees in life, however when it comes to her own happily ever after Maya seems to be having some major issues. After being fired from her job and […]
Falling for the Sardinian Baron by Rosanna Battigelli: Ella Ross has enjoyed traveling and interviewing many important people. Her new assignment is to go to Sardinia to get a story for popular magazine about the very wealthy Baron Massimo DiLuca and his mother. The baron has lead a rather isolated life […]
The Magic of Found Objects by Maddie Dawson: Born into a contrasting world of freedom and stoicism, Woodstock versus Farm living, Phronsie agrees to marry her best friend Judd, who proposes randomly one night at their local diner figuring this is the sanest thing either of them have considered their entire dating […]
Say Goodbye by Karen Rose: The evil of Eden rears its ugly head once again in Say Goodbye by Karen Rose. This is a convoluted suspense story with lots of tension and surprises and a wonderful Happily Ever After. Liza Barkley has recently left the army. She was a combat medic. […]
The Introvert’s Guide to Blind Dating By Emma Hart: Piper Carter is the last single one in her friends group and she is happy just the way she is, her friends however didn’t seem to get this memo! All Piper really has time for now is building her bakery and trying […]