The Howling Heart received a great review from Vampire Romance Books. You can read it here. The reviewer, Teresa D., mentioned she wanted to read more about Quinn. I’m not sure she’s aware, but I won’t be writing any new books. But I want to thank her for reading The Howling Heart. I’m glad she enjoyed it.
Paranormal Romance Guild reviewed The Howling Heart and gave it 4 stars. I’m glad I received a very good rating and the reviewer enjoyed the story. You can read the review here.
I’ve never done a spotlight for a review from one of my book tours, but I have to do it for this one from Kathie at Living Between Books. I don’t think I’ve ever read a review where the reader was so excited about The Howling Heart. It’s a good feeling when someone enjoys my book a lot, and says it’s their favorite. I tried to give people a unique paranormal romance story with werewolves, and it’s really nice when someone appreciates that and says I’ve succeeded. Thanks again, Kathie, for such a spirited and entertaining review.
Here’s another review that’s not from one of my book tours. Anna at Read Between the Lines blog was nice enough to accept my review request for The Howling Heart. She gave it 4 stars! She asked me if this is Book One, and if there will be more to follow. I told her I might write a sequel, but I haven’t decided yet. I have to take certain things into consideration, including my motivational level, before I commit to writing it.
Allison Potter at Examiner gave The Howling Heart 5 stars! I’m always happy when people step outside their normal reading habits and take a chance on my book…and then end up enjoying it. I’m adding a quote from her on the Reviews page. Thanks again, Allison!
Here’s a review for The Howling Heart that wasn’t during a tour stop. To increase my promotional efforts, I queried over 50 blogs to review my book. Although I’ve only received 3 acceptances (this is why tours are better), Emi at Bitten By Paranormal Romance was kind enough to accept my request. She read the book and gave it 4 stars. I also added a quote from her on the Reviews page. Thanks again, Emi!
I just posted a new review by Bitten By Books for my short story Eros, My Love. There are also new reviews for my second novel The Howling Heart. Visit the Reviews page to read some quotes, and click on the blog name to see the full review.
I posted some new reviews for The Howling Heart on the Reviews page. They are from the book tour hosted by CBL Book Tours. I had to provide the bloggers with an ARC PDF since the official e-book wasn’t available in time for the tour. This tour will continue tomorrow and Saturday. I hope to post more blurbs from positive reviews. So far, most people like the book, and I’m really glad.
Lori from Contagious Reads was my 4th stop on my Parajunkee review tour. She gave Eros, My Love 4 stars and said she’s also looking forward to reading one of my novels. I hope she gets a chance to read The Howling Heart. I added a blurb from her nice review on the Reviews page. I want to thank Lori for reading Eros, My Love. I’m glad she enjoyed my quick little urban fantasy.
My third stop on my Parajunkee review tour landed at Realms Of An Open Mind. I want to thank Keely for reviewing my short story, Eros, My Love. I posted a blurb from her on the Reviews page. I hope she gets a chance to read The Howling Heart. She said she’d be interested in reading one of my novels, and I think she might like that one. Not to mention, I’d really like another review from her.
I received a wonderful review from The Romance Reviews for my novel A Rose to the Fallen. They named it a Top Pick. The reviewer Maria Rya loved the story and gave it 5 stars! I’m glad she enjoyed my book so much. I’ve updated the Reviews page with a snippet from her review and added their Top Pick button to the sidebar.
I just thought I’d mention this because I see some people visiting my site after searching for “the howling heart goodreads”. The book is not on Goodreads because it’s not published. You won’t find many reviews. I mentioned a couple on my blog, but other than that, there is no central place to read them.