Tuesday, December 23, 2008

An Early Christmas Squeeeeeee...

Lookie what I found!

(Actually, AmyC emailed me yesterday to give me a heads up that she was really enjoying Healer's Touch, and I've been pretty damn stoked ever since.)

Behold, yon snippet:

This was truly an erotic romance, not merely explicit scenes. With the voyeurism so prominent throughout, it plays on your senses. The book is not riddled with explitive words, but has scenes that are highly charged regarding the nature of them, rather than the blunt usage of nouns describing anatomy.

Without a doubt, I am a fan of Ms. Saell and will continue to follow her work as it's published. Her compelling prose will grip you and sink under your skin.

And this is doubly awesome since I believe Healer's Touch is the reviewer's first foray into the realm of hot girl-on-girl action in her steamy romance. I'm totally thrilled that she liked it so much, and I'm all pinned and needled over the fact that she's reading Crossing Swords as we speak.

I tell ya, there is nothing cooler than to find out someone really connected with something you wrote. If you could package that feeling, it's all I'd want under the tree this year.

Well, that and a Sony...

5 comments:

Seeley deBorn said...

Well, hell yeah!

Lady you rock and you know it.

Happy Christmas!

kirsten saell said...

Thanks, babe. Loves ya. :)

Merry Christmas!

MB (Leah) said...

Wow! that's so cool. And she articulated how your book is so perfectly.

And I totally agree with what she says about the way you write. Hawt!

Amy C said...

Kirsten!!

You know, it's just as exciting to know that when a reader reviews a book, the author shows their excitement too! Thank you so much for the acknowledgment. I missed this when you first posted it, but I'm going to add you to my blog :).

I am still reading Crossing Swords. Christmas slowed me down. I should have read them in order. That's okay, I didn't feel lost reading Healer's Touch first, but I see how you built up for it in Crossing Swords. I do really love the way you write the scenes with Aru.

And no need for pins and needles, because I like Crossing Swords too and will read Bound By Steel as soon as I'm finished. You rock!

Thank you again!

kirsten saell said...

Awww! Thanks!

*blushing*