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Summer starts now

Last day of school for my kids! I’ve already got one home and the other two will be along shortly. I can’t believe they’re another grade older. *sniffle* Also, gone are my quiet mornings to write. The summer break is like what I wrote through every day before they went to school (and it’s good to be reminded that I could do it then and I can do it now)

I did, however get this amazing review for GODDESS WITH A BLADE from Romance Books Forum (in part):

On top of amazing characterization Goddess with A Blade has some bannanas mystery and suspense storylines, some of the stuff is frankly way way graphic and violent in an awesome way that makes the book just freaking amazing. Its the kind of story and the kind of mystery that you can’t stop reading and that you just want to keep reading and keep absorbing because its just that good.

And this fab review for INSIDE OUT from Love Romances:

INSIDE OUT is one of the best books this author has written and I cannot wait to see the final Brown Family book coming later this year is about. Lauren Dane writes interesting characters that deal with life head on, fall head over heels in love and sweep their woman off their feet. She is master at creating stories that hit every emotion a person can feel and then leave them wanting more in the end. If you haven’t picked up any of these series books or other ones by this author, I highly recommend you run to grab them. Ms. Dane is automatically on my auto-buy list now and I cannot wait to see what she has up her sleeve next for her readers.

Ugh, gotta run, it’s bus time! Have a great Thursday, everyone!

2 comments to “Summer starts now”

  1. Estella
    June 16th, 2011 at 12:38 pm · Link

    Congrats on the great reviews!

  2. karen
    June 16th, 2011 at 1:30 pm · Link

    Goddess with a Blade totally awesome I didn’t think it was violent those creeps get what they deserve.

    If only there was someone like Rowan in our society to right the wrongs in our world today – there’s too much violence and we all need a hero like Rowan and someone to maintain the peace like Clive.

    I wanted to hate Theo but somehow liked him and would like more material about him.

    As always Lauren it was different but totally addictive reading.

    Karen – London England

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