Wednesday, February 24, 2010

RAMPANT gets a 4.5 star review from RT magazine!

RAMPANT has been reviewed by RT magazine and it's a top pick for April!

I am dancing! I have a stupid grin! I look very silly indeed! :}

Here's the review:

RT Rating: 4½
Category: EROTICA
Publisher: SPICE
Published: April 2010
Type: Erotic Romance, Ghost

Imaginative, sizzling- hot and by turns creepy and humorous, this one is definitely not to be missed. Hero Grayson is simply delicious -- and like the book, irresistible!

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Summary: A vacation in a Scottish village sounds heavenly to busy P.A. Zoe Daniels, and the place is beautiful. But from the moment she arrives, Zoë isn't in control of anything, particularly her libido. There are gorgeous men aplenty to choose from if she's looking for a lover, but her neighbor, motorcycle-riding professor Grayson Murdoch, is the one to catch her eye.

In time, Grayson reveals what may be the reason for Zoë's increasingly rampant sexual appetite -- the cottage she's renting once belonged to Annabel McGraw, an 18th-century witch who liked the lads and whose spirit is rumored to inhabit those who visit. But Grayson suspects that a powerful warlock who was once Annabel's lover intends to actually make Zoë the vessel for the resurrected witch. (SPICE, Apr., 368 pp., $13.95) —Catherine Witmer




There will be much celebrating this weekend when we hit Edinburgh! :)

To read an excerpt from RAMPANT please go here.

6 comments:

Portia Da Costa said...

Mega congrats, me old mate! That's a super review for a super book, and having read a beta version of it, I know the reviewer is right on the money!

Victoria Janssen said...

WOO!

Saskia Walker said...

Victoria, thanks doll! New Spice authors have a lot to live up to. ;-)

Portia, thank you so much! I'm so lucky I had you cheering me on.

Jane said...

Congrats, Saskia.

Madelynne Ellis said...

Congrats, Saskia. Yay!

Saskia Walker said...

Jane, Madelynne, thank you! I keep thinking I imagined it, but Portia assures me it's true.