Review Round-up

Friday, October 23, 2009
Woot! Some great reviews have come in recently!

Good Will Ghost Hunting: Hell's Bells (Book Two) (writing as Lesli Richardson): Coffee Time Romance - 5 cups!


Hell’s Bells snatches your interest from the very first page. The second in a six book series, it keeps the ball rolling with amazing intensity, and I highly recommend reading them in order. The characters are clever, witty, and all-out lovable, especially Aidan and his new man Jeff. I love a great cliffhanger, but the anticipation of book three is going to be sheer torture.

Domme by Default (writing as Tymber Dalton):
Ecataromance.com - 5 stars!


I enjoyed this story for its artistic view on BDSM, of how a man and a woman can both get what they want from their marriage without sacrificing their close relationship... Tymber Dalton writes exquisitely about this subject of BDSM and I enjoyed every emotionally moving minute of this book.


Love and Brimstone (writing as Lesli Richardson): San Diego Examiner.com - 4 out of 5!


The author’s take on the sometimes oversaturated genre of vampires is fresh and exciting. These vamps are pretty cool and ingenious. I am always willing to forgo the traditional vampire’s tale if they are written in a believable way as these ones are!




Brimstone Blues (writing as Lesli Richardson): San Diego Examiner.com - 4 out of 5!


When an author can make you get this invested into a character, then they have done their job. This reviewer loves the world created by Lesli and she needs more of it. The characters are believable and are far from 2-dimensional. The conflicting emotions are all over the place, yet it fits. Don’t let this one pass you by!

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