Review of Indiscreet

The attraction and tension between Foye and Sabine is palpable as the story advances, and Carolyn Jewel does a remarkable job at keeping their attraction and sexual tension building throughout the story. Both Foye and Sabine are in denial of their feelings, and both have emotional obstacles to surpass before they are free to love each other. [ …]

Indiscreet has the perfect balance of intrigue, action, romance and desire to keep the reader hooked from page one to conclusion. Readers will find themselves rooting for Foye and Sabine and hopeful that they can overcome the odds to find the true love they each so deserve. Indiscreet is deliciously sensual and suspenseful in turn, a perfect formula for a wonderful romance novel.
By: Joyce Greenfield

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3 Responses to “Review of Indiscreet”

  1. Sandra Schwab says:

    Congrats, Carolyn!!!

  2. Stephanie says:

    Great review–congratulations. I'll be watching for this one with interest. Although (having read the excerpts on your site), am I a terrible person for wanting something bad to befall the incredibly selfish Lord Crosshaven? With friends like him . . .

  3. Carolyn says:

    Thanks, guys!

    There is, I'm afraid, only one way to find out what happens with Lord Crosshaven.