I love good, smart reviews. (Okay, that sounds like I only think reviews are smart if they're good!) Anyway... good reviews not only validate my work but give me excellent insight into how others take my work. Plus reviewers have a way of boiling down a book to a great snapshot. The first review for Sweet Little Lies came from Publishers' Weekly. Check out what they had to say:
A younger man challenges a driven San Francisco career woman's heart and mind in Grant's sassy "he said/she said" romance. Cynical journalist Christina Brinsley's dismal track record with men includes three broken engagements. Steven Williams, a sexy dreadlocked delivery man, tries and fails to convince her that he's trustworthy. After witnessing Christina's bitter breakup with her latest boyfriend, Steven reconnects with her, and they have a fling before he begins grad school at Columbia. Five years later, Steven's a transportation science professor and Christina's a Valiant News Network special correspondent investigating the misuse of funds earmarked for Project Mercury, a transportation research project connected to Steven's foundation, Chi-Wind. Grant (Heard It All Before ) smoothly explores their passionate reunion as their burgeoning trust and affection are put to a serious test. (Feb.)
Now come on, doesn't that sound like something you simply MUST read? Available for pre-order now.