Tag: Contemproary


Spotlight & Giveaway: Not Quite Dating by Catherine Bybee
11th Dec / 77 Comments

Spotlight & Giveaway: Not Quite Dating by Catherine Bybee

Please join me in welcoming New York Times and USA Today best selling author Catherine Bybee to HJ! Thank you Sara for having me on Harlequin Junkies again. It’s always a pleasure talking to you and your audience. You asked me to talk about what my inspiration was in writing Not […]

Review: Silver Bella by Lucy Monroe
3rd Dec / 0 Comments

Review: Silver Bella by Lucy Monroe

Silver Bella by Lucy Monroe  is a sweet whirlwind romance that will keep turning the pages until the end. Bella Jackson is the cover model for Lexi’s couture designs. Because of her modeling and the sensuality of the clothing, her boss has always encouraged a bad-girl reputation to surround Bella. But […]

Review: Leashed (Going to the Dogs, #1) by Zoe Dawson
28th Nov / 0 Comments

Review: Leashed (Going to the Dogs, #1) by Zoe Dawson

Leashed (Going to the Dogs, #1) by Zoe Dawson       Published September 29th 2012 by Blue Moon Creative Print Length: 79 pages Book Info: First book in the Going to the Dog series and is a short novella at 26,000 words. Jack has some ‘splainin’ to do! That’s right! Callie Lassiter’s […]

Review: Second Chance Grill by Christine Nolfi
28th Nov / 1 Comment

Review: Second Chance Grill by Christine Nolfi

 Second Chance Grill by Christine Nolfi      Published October 30th 2012 by Christine Nolfi Paperback, 313 pages Book Info: An unforgettable tale of love, loss and second chances. Second Chance Grill is the prequel to Treasure Me, 2012 Next Generation Indie Awards Finalist, which The Midwest Book Review calls “A […]

Spotlight & Giveaway: A Royal Pain by Megan Mulry
27th Nov / 58 Comments

Spotlight & Giveaway: A Royal Pain by Megan Mulry

 Today it is my pleasure to welcome Megan Mulry to HJ! Hi Megan, welcome to HJ! Congrats on a great debut!  It was a pleasure to meet you at the RWA conf in CA. Hi Sara, thanks so much for having me back to Harlequin Junkies! I actually owe Megan […]

Carina Press Review: Ask Her at Christmas by Christi Barth
18th Nov / 0 Comments

Carina Press Review: Ask Her at Christmas by Christi Barth

 Ask Her at Christmas by Christi Barth     Publisher: Carina Press (December 3, 2012) Print Length: 65 pages (24,000 words) Book Info: Caitlin McIntyre’s heart stops when her best friend drops to one knee and proposes. Kyle Lockhart never once hinted over the years that he has any idea she’s in […]

Review: Under Her Spell by Eliza Daly
14th Nov / 0 Comments

Review: Under Her Spell by Eliza Daly

 Under Her Spell by Eliza Daly     Publisher: Crimson Romance (October 15, 2012) Book Info: When a series of failed relationships and business ventures has Monica Jackson doubting her self-worth, she turns to spell casting to attract positive energy and the opportunities needed to achieve her goals. But can Monica’s […]

Review: Charmed by Inés Saint
4th Nov / 0 Comments

Review: Charmed by Inés Saint

 Charmed by Inés Saint       Publisher: Crimson Romance (October 1, 2012) Book Info: Jamie Sullivan is a fun-loving, widowed mother of twin five-year old boys. A creative goldsmith with her own line of designer charms, she is determined to forge her own unique brand of success. Jamie guards a […]

Review: Sister Pact by Ali Ahearn & Ros Baxter
31st Oct / 0 Comments

Review: Sister Pact by Ali Ahearn & Ros Baxter

 Sister Pact by Ali Ahearn   Publisher: HarperCollins (May 1, 2012) Book Info Two very different sisters. Once inseparable, they have long been estranged after an unimaginable betrayal. Organised and uptight Frances married the only man she’d ever slept with. But no-one told her that seven years later she’d be having […]

Review: The Saint’s Devilish Deal by Kristina Knight
24th Oct / 0 Comments

Review: The Saint’s Devilish Deal by Kristina Knight

The Saint’s Devilish Deal by Kristina Knight     Publisher: Crimson Romance (October 1, 2012) Book Info: Esmerelda Quinn has been looking for a place to belong since her parents were killed in a car crash when she was young. The closest thing to home has always been Aunt Constance’s villa […]