Tag: HJ Recommends


REVIEW: After the Bite by Lynsay Sands
27th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: After the Bite by Lynsay Sands

In After the Bite by Lynsay Sands, You would think that after decades of being an Enforcer, Valerian would be used to the stress and how intense it can be tracking down rogue vampires. But now, finally, he has a few days of much needed rest. And he knows just […]

REVIEW: Capturing the CEO’s Guarded Heart by Rebecca Winters
27th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Capturing the CEO’s Guarded Heart by Rebecca Winters

Capturing the CEO’s Guarded Heart by Rebecca Winters : Anelise Lavigny has worked hard to get her law degree. She started out working in her father’s office. After working there only a few months, her father’s friend Louis Causcelle came to offer her a job with his corporation’s hotel division. Her […]

REVIEW: Smart Girl Summer by Kristin Rockaway
26th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Smart Girl Summer by Kristin Rockaway

Smart Girl Summer by Kristin Rockaway: When Abby finds out that her research has been stolen and she has nothing to prove that it was completed by her, she isn’t sure what steps to take next. She has always been on the route to get her PhD and follow in the […]

REVIEW: The Forever Farmhouse by Lee Tobin McClain
23rd Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Forever Farmhouse by Lee Tobin McClain

The Forever Farmhouse by Lee Tobin McClain is the first book in the new Hometown Brothers series which is based on three foster boys’ homecomings to Teaberry Island. Betty and Wayne Raines were unable to have children of their own, so they fostered troubled teenage boys. Their farmhouse on the shoreline […]

REVIEW: The Spirit of Second Chances by Synithia Williams
22nd Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Spirit of Second Chances by Synithia Williams

The Spirit of Second Chances by Synithia Williams finds single mother Cierra Greene determined to make her real estate business a success after divorcing her husband. She really needs a big sale, and her parents direct her to a property that the owner wants to sell. The only problem is […]

REVIEW: The Millionaire’s Italian Invitation by Ellie Darkins
21st Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Millionaire’s Italian Invitation by Ellie Darkins

The Millionaire’s Italian Invitation by Ellie Darkins: Ally and Caleb have become best friends through a constant stream of online conversations over the past year. They are finally going to meet in person, but not for the usual reasons. She needs to escape being pushed into a singles cruise by her […]

REVIEW: The Do-Over by T.L. Swan
16th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Do-Over by T.L. Swan

In The Do-Over (The Miles High Club #4) by T.L. Swan (8/30), Christopher Miles has a high profile life in the public eye as he splits his time between London and NYC. Being the youngest of the four Miles brothers, he’s watched his siblings fall head over heels finding their […]

REVIEW: Second to None by K.A. Linde
11th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Second to None by K.A. Linde

Second to None by K.A. Linde: Many things have changed for Josie now that she is a big shot TV actress but the one thing that has never really changed are her feelings for her best friends twin brother the one and only Maddox Nelson. However regardless of their undeniable chemistry […]

REVIEW: Small Town, Big Magic by Hazel Beck
9th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Small Town, Big Magic by Hazel Beck

In Small Town, Big Magic by Hazel Beck, Every day spent in her beloved hometown is a good day for Emerson Wilde. After all, her family is part of the local history in St. Cyprian, Missouri, as is the indie bookstore she runs since her grandmother’s passing. Add in a […]

REVIEW: Court of the Vampire Queen by Katee Robert
5th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Court of the Vampire Queen by Katee Robert

In Court of the Vampire Queen by Katee Robert (9/6), Mina grew up as an outcast in her own father’s compound, being that she was half human and half vampire–a dhampir–with no powers. Her father literally beat into her the knowledge that she was less than his other offspring. Something […]