Dear Ms. Dimon: I mentioned before that your trademark seemed to be really great dialogue, snappy flirtatious banter. This book was no different. The problem was that while it had your trademark dialogue, it just had too much of it. I guess there really is too much of a good ... more >
Leonidas:"Why do we remain in this place? A man would have to be cracked not to ask that question. Is it for glory? If it were for that alone, believe me, brothers, I'd be the first to wheel my ass to the foe and trot like hell over that hill."
Dear Ms Cummings, Thank you for finding and taking the time to edit and publish what might have remained a little read glimpse into the daily life of David Day. Day, though a middle aged man at the time and also one having a wife and four children to support, ... more >
Dear Ms Allan, You manage to pack a great deal into your Regency novella, Fateful Deception. I’m grateful that the heroine, Lucinda Handscombe, is neither a silly twit nor a too modern young woman. You have her act as a reader might expect a sheltered young woman of the period ... more >
Dear Ms. Crusie: I have been following your books since the publication of Getting Rid of Bradley. I have pretty much loved all of them except for Strange Bedpersons. But even you acknowledged that story didn’t quite work out as well as you had hoped. My favorite contemporary list includes ... more >