Here's a snippet:
If you are looking for a story featuring a little bit of glamour, a fair share of danger, and love scenes that are hot enough to make you squirm, then I recommend you give Speak to Me of Abduction a shot. Ms. Grant has penned a very readable, enjoyable story here. And if you enjoyed these characters, you’ll be happy to know that Ms. Grant has just released Jonathan’s story. I can’t wait to see what kind of situation he finds himself in next.
Read the full review at the July reviews page at BookWenches.
'I can see I'm going to have trouble reining in the superlatives for this review. How can anyone
complain about the state of Australian fiction when novels like Amy Matthews' End of the Night Girl are being written, winning awards and getting published? Let's just hope they're also being bought and read widely, and will find their way onto curricula in universities - because novels like this have limitless capacity for stimulating deep thought and intelligent discussion.
End of the Night Girl is a novel of ideas in the best possible sense. It's a
novel that asks questions it doesn't know how to answer about the most profound issues humans have ever faced.
It's also witty, dry, unsentimental and sharply observed.'
We're very pleased to announce that two of our members made the top fifteen!
Trish Morey (THE STORM WITHIN, in A Royal Wedding) and Tamara Gill (A Captain's Order, A Duke's Command) will now have to wait until the RWA 20th Annual Conference "From Here to Eternity" to see if they took out the top spot--the best cover of the last 20 years.