In the midst of a whirlwind week, I'm pausing to smell the reviews... This one is from City Book Review's Axie Barclay for The Delicious Torment. I wish I had the words (come on, you writer) to say what this review meant to me. But I'm just without speech. Barclay says:
"The goal of fiction isn't to make us feel comfortable. It's to challenge us. If you don't want to be challenged, read something else. If you want to be stretched, pushed, slapped, humiliated, and ultimately, built back up, try being tormented by Alison Tyler."
The entire view is here.
Sommer Marsden's Lost In You continues to gather glorious reviews, like this one:
"Sometimes the right book comes along right when you need it. I had just finished reading something dark and desperately needed something light. Most of the time light means fluffy, frilly, and a bunch of other f-words. But this one was different."
And this one:
"This was a very good, very hot read. The chemistry between Clover and Dorian is electric and jumps off the page. The sex scenes are hot and very well written (as I expect in one of Sommer Marsden's books).
And this one:
"Another great romance by this author. This book gets you hooked from the beginning."
Finally, in our review round-up, we have Violet Blue's new Smart Girl's Guide to Privacy. The reviews include:
"This book is clear and correct. It doesn't do the obvious (but naive) thing and just say "don't use a computer at all!" — realistically, there's a lot of benefit to having an online social life, and the book lays out the risks and precautions you can use to make your own decisions."