"Carol Marinelli is a classic romance writer whose stories are always so engrossing , filled with brilliant repartee, extremely sensual and deals sensitively with emotional issues rather than with physical impairments! This story of Modern genre fulfils all that and more! Layla and Mikael find a perfect match in each other and the reader is kept on tenterhooks till the last sentence. Marvellous indeed. Triple A* for this story.
"I am not much of a fan of desert princes or sheikhs and their kingdoms. However, this romance is captivating, sensual and entertaining. It has followed the norms of a truly Modern genre Romance which reflects power, passion and irresistible temptation in the love affair of Lacey and Hafiz. It had a slight reference to Romeo and Juliet when in one of their meetings he has to leave her and quotes lines of love so similar to the Bard’s sentiments! Brilliant."
"This is how a Modern genre romance should be. There is no sensitive issues like physical impairments which are difficult for some readers to accept. This love story is typical of Maisey Yates’s writing. She strikes the right balance between lust, attraction, sensuality and emotional scars. A must for her fans and others, who like sharp repartee, tender moments of loving actions and the happily ever after with their own baby to clinch their happiness. Superb, superb and again superb!"
"This romance is more suitable as a medical story or falls under the category of Desire romances. Again dealing with life issues is more relevant in those categories of stories. The modern genre attracts readers who love the sharp witted repartee, the strong attraction between the hero and heroine and all is set in a world of fantasy where the issues are of soft, emotional nature , not harsh reality."
"Caitlin Crews has excelled herself in her writing craftsmanship in this romance. The attraction between Nicodemus and Mattie is so enthralling it becomes a page turner for the romance to unfold! The dialogue and conversation is totally sizzling and the reader becomes part of it, as they can identify with the hero or heroine. There is no extraneous detail in the romance so that works for many readers. Emotional scars are better than physical disabilities, in this genre of writing so it comes as no surprise that Mattie and Nicodemus is wholly healed by their mutual love for each other. It is a pity that the readers will find such a lover like Nicodemus whose tenacity for loving a person for ten years, only in the fantasy world! Excellent and again excellent."
"A real gripping story of lust, temptation and sizzling repartee/dialogue with the suspense of the storyline kept in tight leash! A reputed story writer, like Kate Hewitt know what strings to pull to make her stories so riveting! Both these stories of Rivals to the Crown of Kader are a must for all her fans. It is pleasant to read of emotional scars than physical disabilities. A* romance."
"It seems the escapist element of this Modern genre has undergone a change which detracts from a world where one likes to escape and not be pulled back to harsh reality. There are fans who would like not to be faced with medical or physical issues. This Modern genre is for pure fantasy, plenty of sizzling repartee and sensuality. There are Medical romances where these issues can be dealt with sensitively not in this genre, please. However when Theodora and Alejandro meet it is alright. Four out of ten for this story."
"Lucy Monroe tends to give too many extraneous details which for me distracts my attention from the main storyline. The story does have repartee, an attraction or love between the couple Madison and Viktor and the usual happily ever after. However Lucy Monroe needs to cut down on the details. The usual classic Modern genre writers know how far to go and not. A five out of ten."
"This style of writing will place Rachael in the ranks of the great Romance writers like Chantelle Shaw, Lynne Graham, Melanie Milburne, Jacqueline Baird, Abby Green, Kate Hewitt! The story depicts intense attraction between Georgina and Santos, as it should be, very gripping dialogue between the two of them, not much of extraneous detail which more often than not distracts the reader’s attention span! Rachael has hit upon the right template for this genre of fantasy and am sure with me, there are others who are looking forward to her next story! "
"Once again Chantelle Shaw has exceeded my expectations in this mini-series of Chatsfield secrets, rumours and scandals. Her story is indeed true to her craftsmanship of writing about issues, problems which are handled very sensitively and yet has a tremendous impact on the reader. The romance of the macho hero and the heroine is so gripping, sensual and then all the issues are solved miraculously with the hope of happily ever after.Excellent read, an A* story."