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REVIEW: Sheikh’s Forbidden Conquest by Chantelle Shaw
21st May / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Sheikh’s Forbidden Conquest by Chantelle Shaw

Sheikh’s Forbidden Conquest by Chantelle Shaw is the first book in The Howard Sisters series. Sultan Kadir Al Sulaimar may be Europe’s most notorious playboy, but since his bride-to-be finally came of age, he’s sworn to be faithful to the princess he’s never met.

REVIEW: Protecting the Desert Heir by Caitlin Crews
19th May / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Protecting the Desert Heir by Caitlin Crews

Protecting the Desert Heir (Scandalous Sheikh Brides #1) by Caitlin Crews is the first part in the Scandalous Sheikh Brides by Caitlin Crews.Sterling McRae knows that powerful sheikh Rihad al Bakri wants to claim the unborn heir to his desert kingdom. Her baby belongs to his brother, her best friend, […]

REVIEW: Russian’s Ruthless Demand by Michelle Conder
18th May / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Russian’s Ruthless Demand by Michelle Conder

Russian’s Ruthless Demand by Michelle Conder is the fourteenth book in The Chatsfield series. Eleanore Harrington wants to prove herself to her big sister and therefore accepts an offer to create a glittering new ice hotel for Lukas Kuznetskov, who happens to be as cold and unyielding as the ice she works […]

REVIEW: The Bride Fonseca Needs by Abby Green
13th May / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Bride Fonseca Needs by Abby Green

The Bride Fonseca Needs by Abby Green is the second part in the Billionaire Brothers series. Secretary Darcy Lennox knows how demanding her billionaire boss, Maximiliano Fonseca Roselli, can be. But marrying him to secure the deal of the century is beyond the call of duty!

REVIEW: Married for the Prince’s Convenience by Maya Blake
4th May / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Married for the Prince’s Convenience by Maya Blake

In Married for the Prince’s Convenience by Maya Blake, a one night stand with Prince of Santo Sierra, Reyes Navarre changes Jasmine Nichols life forever when she falls pregnant with his baby. Their explosive chemistry might have proven their compatibility in the bedroom but the secrets between them threaten to […]

REVIEW: Emerald Mistress by Lynne Graham
3rd May / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Emerald Mistress by Lynne Graham

Emerald Mistress by Lynne Graham was previously published as Ballyflynn (in USA) in 2007. It has since been re-issued under its M&B UK title. After Harriet Carmichael’s world comes crashing down, an unexpected legacy of a cottage and stables in an Irish village proves to be her gateway for a fresh start […]

REVIEW: The Soldier She Could Never Forget by Tina Beckett
29th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Soldier She Could Never Forget by Tina Beckett

In The Soldier She Could Never Forget by Tina Beckett, Clinton Marks was Jessi Riley’s first love but he left her with a broken heart when he left the town on the night of her graduation, after sharing one unforgettable night together. Now, two decades later, he’s back in her […]

REVIEW: His Perfect Bride? by Louisa Heaton
28th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: His Perfect Bride? by Louisa Heaton

In His Perfect Bride? by Louisa Heaton, GP Oliver James knows vibrant, unconventional new locum Lula Chance is not who exactly fulfills his critetria of a perfect bride but there is something about her which does not fail to draw him towards her. Lula’s determined not to be distracted by […]

REVIEW: Meant-to-Be Family by Marion Lennox
25th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Meant-to-Be Family by Marion Lennox

In Meant-to-Be Family (Midwives On-Call) by Marion Lennox, when obstetrician Oliver Evans walked away from his wife, Emily he thought he was doing the right thing as it would allow her the chance to be a mother—something he just couldn’t give her. Midwife Emily has pieced together her own little […]