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message 1: by Alex (new)

Alex Sinclair If you have a review for your book. Post it in here and tell us about it.


message 2: by Kent (new)

Kent | 7 comments Review excerpt and link for BARONNE STREET

""BARONNE STREET is a stunning debut. Indeed, Westmoreland writes with the confidence and polish of someone well into their career, not a first time author. The New Orleans setting and compelling lead in Burleigh are ripe for further adventures, and I for one certainly hope to see Burleigh Drummond blossom into a long-lived series. "
* Elizabeth White in the Savannah Morning News

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message 3: by Therese (new)

Therese Gilardi | 58 comments I am so excited! Here is my firs review,on Amazon, from a reviewer:
Tifferz Take:
I love the cover of this book! This is an exciting book I stayed up all night reading! I could not bring myself to put it down. I loved the mythology and matchmaking going on in this book. Such a sweet love story that had me laughing,smiling and pulling at my heart. The characters are so fun and they are well developed. This book has romance, adventure, action and some unexpected events I did not see coming, but really enjoyed! I would highly recommend this new and fresh clean read. I will be on the look out for more from Ms. Gilardi. Hope you all enjoy this read!
http://www.amazon.com/Matching-Wits-w...


message 4: by Kent (new)

Kent | 7 comments fantastic! congrats!


message 5: by Therese (new)

Therese Gilardi | 58 comments thanks kent.


message 6: by Alex (new)

Alex Sinclair Congratulations on the great review! That will be really productive for other people checking out your book on amazon. I am really happy for you.


message 7: by Alex (new)

Alex Sinclair I have just been reviewed by Betty Carlton on her blog. I am so happy with the really kind and glowing review of, Five Days Notice. It was so kind of her to go out of her way to write it. It has really made my day.

http://bettysbloggingplace.blogspot.c...


message 8: by Therese (new)

Therese Gilardi | 58 comments terrific! time to celebrate.


message 9: by Alex (new)

Alex Sinclair lol, I have the glass of wine in hand, lol.


message 10: by Elaine (new)

Elaine Cantrell (elainecantrell) | 87 comments Very nice review, Therese.


message 11: by Therese (new)

Therese Gilardi | 58 comments thanks elaine. : )


message 12: by Therese (new)

Therese Gilardi | 58 comments Madame D's Boudoir has awarded "Matching Wits With Venus" five pearls - I am elated!

http://madamedsboudoir.blogspot.com/2...


message 13: by Alex (new)

Alex Sinclair Congratulations on the fantastic review!


message 14: by Therese (new)

Therese Gilardi | 58 comments thanks alex!


message 15: by Simon Chambers (new)

Simon Chambers | 6 comments Here are some reviews that people said about my book.

My husband did several tours of Iraq and I hear many stories that he brings back with him, but I had no idea it was like this. The author paints a really insightful picture of what life was like during the Iraq War. I really enjoyed the book and you can tell that it was written by a someone that has served in the army. It is nice to see a book that shows what the wives go through too. I can't wait to see the authors next book. A must buy!


Bought this book on a Monday morning and finished reading it by Tuesday night. If you're looking for war porn or gung-ho nonsense about 'slotting rag heads' this book is not for you. If you're looking for a book that provides an intelligent, insightful, and sometimes humorous look into the world of PSD teams on the ground in Iraq then Chambers 'Keepers of The Gateway to Hell' comes highly recommended.

Just finished this great book. Its a real life account of a civilian bodyguard team in Iraq during the insurgency, Found myself gripped from start to finish and couldnt put it down. A real eye opening well written story. Not your usual gung ho account. I would highly recommend it.


message 16: by Mysti (new)

Mysti Parker | 51 comments That's wonderful Simon! Thank you so much for your service too. I'm glad you've written a book that portrays it from your side. Not many of us can understand what war is like from a soldier's POV.

On another note, today, just got another 5 star review for A Ranger's Tale, bringing it to 23 total Goodreads reviews. I'm quite happy about that. Now if I can just sell more of them... :)

http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/...


message 17: by Lee (new)

Lee Murphy (LeeAnnSontheimerMurphy) | 62 comments Here's my advance review - a good one! - for my romantic suspense novel Kinfolk out next Monday:

Katherine Vaughn is running away. Before she could get a divorce, her husband had run up a $300,000 debt to a high level drug dealer, and the man is now after her for the money. To hide, she left her empty Hollywood life for her late father's home in the hills of Arkansas. Moving in with her Aunt Rudy, she tried to get over her fear and restart her writing career.
Ben Hatfield is a widower. He'd married Ruby's daughter when she was his nurse as he recuperated from injuries that he'd suffered as a Navy SEAL. After her death, he stayed on, in a trailer on Ruby's farm, taking care of the place and basically living as a recluse. When he learns of Katherine's situation, he can't help but want to protect her.

This is a great romance. Nothing is rushed in the growing relationship. They slowly learn about each other and how to open up to someone again. Katherine's marriage had been a disaster as her soap opera actor husband slipping further and further into drugs. Ben's last memory of his wife was their fight just before she drove off and died in a car accident. I like the way Ms. Murphy brings them back from their pasts. They both need to start living again to be able to appreciate each other.

Ben's closest family, the grandfather who raised him and is now dying, and his police officer cousin, Kenny, are secondary characters who bring great reality to the story, especially Ben's relationship to his grandfather. The book is about romance, not sex, and Ms. Murphy does it very well. There are some love scenes but they are mild and appropriate for the book. You'll really come to care for Katherine and Ben as their personalities come through and they learn to love each other. The action at the end of the book is also very well done. This is one that I'm marking as a keeper to reread. I know you'll enjoy it.

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