Lovely Review of Indiscreet

Some books, some blessed books, grab you with the first page, with language so lyrical and hooked you’re excited to keep reading even before you’re entirely sure what you’re reading, with settings so vivid and intricately described, yet never so vivid and intricately described as the characters.

Indiscreet is one of them. It has the plot of an Italian opera, the theme of a fairy tale, and a writing style as rich, textured and gorgeous as only romances can be.

At Gossamer Obsessions

Cover of Indiscreet

It’s a really lovely review. She gave it an A+ If you haven’t read Indiscreet, maybe you should, eh?



5 Responses to “Lovely Review of Indiscreet”

  1. Difficult to resist to purchase it. I will try it out

  2. Dale says:

    This book was the first of yours that I had read – and it made me an utter fan of your writing, so I now own all your work that I’ve been able to find, historical and paranormal. Eagerly awaiting the next.

    • Dale: Thank you so much. That’s so lovely to hear. I hope to have the rest of my backlist available before the end of the year, with some uncertainty about one of them.

  3. Dale says:

    I do hope Lord Ruin and The Spare are going to be re-issued in paperback form. I have them in eBook form but, oldster that I am, it’s just not as satisfying as having a physical copy in my bookshelves.

    • Well, eventually, yes, I do plan to do a POD version. But from everything I’ve seen so far, it’s kind of a pain and I need a block of time to wrestle the beast to the ground.