Monday, March 10, 2008

Yay Margaret ...Yay Me


I think I've mentioned before how much I love fairy tales - in fact, I'll be blogging about them later this week...or maybe next week. We'll see what comes up.

Anyway, my dear friend Margaret's favorite fairy tale is Cinderella. She has a huge collection of Cinderella books - all different versions. And even cooler, she just got her own version published over at Apollo's Lyre. It's a short-short called Her Golden Opportunity. I loved her take on the tradional tale! Here's the address if you'd like to read it. http://www.apollos-lyre.com/id409.html

In other news, I got a couple more awesome reviews for Mystic Circle over the weekend!

Just Erotic Romance Reviews said:

Bronwyn Green’s Mystic Circle started with a bang and continues itsfast-paced tempo until the heart-pounding and very satisfying conclusion.It was easy to identify with and admire the heroine, Becca, because she hasthis extraordinary gift which she tries to use for the greater good, eventhough this gift has been more of a curse to her. Jack was initiallyskeptical and rightly so but I liked him because he was willing to overlookthe impossibility of the situation to do what was right. It didn’t hurtthat he came across as sexy as hell with just the right amount of dominantalpha male. He and Becca have a wickedly hot first sexual encounter and allthe others after it sent my libido into overdrive. The sex between them iswild, tender and passionate with just a sprinkle of naughty bondage thrownin. What’s more, the sexual relationship reinforced the emotionalconnection the couple began to feel for each other. I also applaud Ms.Green for tastefully and tactfully working safe-sex into the story. Whilestill relatively new to Ms. Green’s books, I am fast becoming a fan of herwork. I hope to read more stories from this gifted and talented author inthe very near future.

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Literary Nymphs Reviews said:

Oh my goodness! I was so hot and bothered with this one, I needed a cool drink to chill down. These two lovers go from non- existent to overdrive in a matter of minutes and that they found each other after all that time had passed. With a murderer on the loose, killing women of all ages, Jack & Becca come together to try and find out who this person is. Becca is connected to the victims by her psychic ability and feels what they are going through. The tension keeps them on edge while trying to solve the murders before someone else dies.

Jack realizes that his love for Becca is real and wants to pursue it for a more permanent relationship but she has other intentions. When Becca becomes the main suspect, he must do all he can to move the blame from her to the real killer and protect her from becoming the next victim. I love all the suspense that keeps you reading and a happy ending that can’t be denied. Reading Torrid Tarot - Mystic Circle has been a pleasure and I’m looking forward to reading more by Bronwyn Green.

8 comments:

Anny Cook said...

Excellent reviews. I TOLD you it was good!

Amarinda Jones said...

OMG - you are doing so well with the reviews - excellent stuff

Margaret Yang said...

Thanks for the shout out! The story was fun to write and I hope it will be fun to read.

Apollo's Lyre is free, and the story is a short-short, so it isn't a big investment in time or money (things we don't have enough of).

Love the graphic you found. Scarlett Johansen makes a cute Cinderella!

Sandra Cox said...

YAY, Bron! You go girl.

Brynn Paulin said...

Congrats on the great reviews!

Congrats Margaret! That's awesome!

Molly Daniels said...

Fantastic reviews, Bron! Way to go:)

Kelly Kirch said...

Congratulations, Me. I TOLD you they'd start coming in, didn't I? I toldja so!!!

Sandra Cox said...

Left a message yesterday, but forgot to say how much I love the pic on your blog!