Lilly (daughter of John Noble)
Sir John Everett Millais, Bt.,
oil on canvas, 1864.
I have been desperately afraid.
Readers are the final judge. Readers are the ones who plunk their hard-earned money down, hoping to be transported and entertained.
What if readers disliked Dark and Disorderly? What if I totally disappointed them?
This morning my google alert brought up the review site Reading with Tequila.
She gave it five shots which means she "absolutely loved it." You can read the entire review here.
Some of her comments:
I never had a clue what was coming next...It was fantastic. Every twist and turn was a complete surprise and you just don't get those kind of experiences often enough...
I loved Lillie. She's strong, determined, has been through hell and she's not going to take it anymore. Still she cries for others pain and vomits in the face of grisly death. She is a balanced, realistic character that's easy to fall in love with.
I could go on at length about how wonderful this book is but the point is that (D&D) is a twisted and completely unexpected paranormal thriller that shocked me time and again. Bernita Harris is a fantastic new voice in the paranormal genre.
She liked the book. She loved Lillie.
I think you all know how much this first review means to me.