Just a quick blog today, since I'm recovering from last night's Maroon 5/Counting Crows/Sara Bareilles concert at Bethel Woods (awesome, by the way!):
Received another review for One Night in Memphis - a Black Seal from Writers and Readers of Distinctive Fiction. This is what the reviewer said, in part:
"Usually, the hero and heroine meet at the very beginning of a romance book, but Ms. Boniface breaks this rule and gets by with it. With her obvious talent and her gift of expressive phrasing, she smoothly moves the story along. The reader becomes a participant; one cannot wait until Dakota and Ethan actually meet face-to-face...From the first meeting to the last page, the reader savors each word, touch, and kiss. Ms. Boniface has a special voice, unique in the world of romance novels. She allows the hero and heroine to talk, become acquainted, and care for each other before sexual contact. It is a rare thing to feel delicious tension through simple dialogue and narration.
"She finely portrays the characters. The plot is certainly believable. The suspense and danger is real. In conclusion, ONE NIGHT IN MEMPHIS is a fantastic read, one the reader will remember, and I highly recommend it."