HEA Book Club: Recommend a book!

Posted December 7th, 2012 by in HEA Book Club, Info & TBR / 17 comments


Do you have a book recommendation for the HEA book club?

We would love to hear from you.

Please leave a comment here with a brief insight into the book, tell us why you are looking forward to reading it.


Heather & Sara


17 Responses to “HEA Book Club: Recommend a book!”

  1. Rebe

    I recommend Sarah Mayberry’s “Suddenly You”. I loved the working class hero and heroine. Really great. Actually, pretty much any book by Sarah Mayberry is excellent.

  2. Sara HJ

    Rebe, Sarah Mayberry is just brilliant. I loved “Suddenly You”

    Another Mayberry suggestion is “Within Reach”

    My reviews for both these books are up on the blog. Harlequin -> SuperRomance.

  3. Tammy Y

    My vote is for any Harlequin paperback book, I don’t like e-books as much (well e-readers) With enough time, I will buy it. I already have Suddenly You – Sarah is on my auto buy list.

  4. Sara

    Another book/Series I would like to throw into the mix is the ‘ Kowalskis’ Series by Shannon Stacey.
    These books are available (digital and print).

    First book in the series is “Exclusively Yours”

  5. Mindy

    You’ve got to have a Jill Shalvis read…May I suggest an upcoming book? It Had to Be You (release May), or Animal Magnetism (release June)

  6. Yazmin Rangel

    How about:
    Lori Foster – Many books to choose from, we can do the Buckhorn Series

    Susan Mallery – The Bakery Sisters Series

    Kristan Higgins – Too Good To Be True or Until There Was You

    Jill Shalvis – Wilder Series (3 books) or Animal Magnetism Series (3 books so far, 4th to be released on November)

  7. Amanda Renee (@TheAmandaRenee)

    I’m going to throw one of my own out there – HOME TO THE COWBOY, Harlequin American Romance – It’s the second in the series – But stands alone as a first love reunion complete with a surly cowboy, a special little girl named Ever and hippotherapy ranch.

  8. Jennifer Zorko-Legan

    I agree with Heather, all three of Macy Beckett’s Sultry books were AWESOME! What about Jaci Burton’s Play by Play series. Kate Meader – Feel the Heat, Juliana Stone – Bad Boys of Crystal Lake series, I also agree with Susan Mallery’s Bakery Sisters Trilogy or Buchanan Series.

  9. Chanpreet

    I have lots of books to suggest for the Book Club. I think any of Penny Reid’s books would be great, especially her Knitting in the City Series. All of them can be read as stand alones and are hilarious, emotional, and very well written,

    I also think Lisa Kleypas’s upcoming novel Brown Eyed Girl would make a wonderful group read. It’s the last book in a series, but each can be read as a stand alone.

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