At All About Romance, reviewer Caz has posted her thoughts on The Marriage Act. She gives the book a grade of B+, writing, “I’m a sucker for a good second-chance romance, and this is one of the best I’ve read.”
Over at the AudioGals site, the wonderfully articulate and perceptive Caz has written a review of the audiobook version of Lord of Secrets, giving the content an A- and the narration a B-. I’m always grateful for reviews (even the unfavorable ones, as long as they mention what didn’t work for them so I’m not left lying awake at night, wondering, wondering…). I particularly appreciate the kind of thoughtful and detailed look Caz always takes at a story.
Last year, Jennie of Dear Author reviewed A Tryst With Trouble, and today, Willaful has posted a new Dear Author review of the book. She writes that it “didn’t feel bloated or cutesy to me, as so many wallpaper Regencies do, and it just generally had a freshness that appealed to my jaded romance palate.” She gives the book a B-, which I’ll happily take from Dear Author any day!