I love my readers! Special thanks to all of you who take the time to write reviews – It warms a writer’s heart…and pen! 🙂
Here are some selected reviews for my Rom-Com on the Edge series, Books 1 and 2 – There Are No Men and Afraid of Her Shadow.
Book 3, The Juggling Act is coming soon, and Book 4, Accidental Makeovers is at almost 20K words!
There Are No Men
5 star review – “Claire’s an intriguing character who has somehow gotten life and gestation inextricably entwined, despite her own inability to bear children. She’s the kind of character that makes you shake your head in puzzlement sometimes, and want to shout that there’s really more to life. Her story is filled with zany escapades and the most embarrassing set of moments possible, and yet she keeps on trying, and it’s a joy to watch as she finally gets it all. There Are No Men is angst and high comedy and mixed-up romance all rolled up in a neat and tidy package, and it’s highly recommended. – Reader’s Favorite
“There Are No men is a wickedly skewed, heartbreakingly sad and hysterically funny tale” – Dii at tometenderblogspot.com
“Carol Maloney Scott appears to have a knack for writing humour mixed with warmth and romance, with a very addictive plot line thrown in on top for good measure.” – Bookaholic Holly
“I loved Claire, she was the perfect lead character for this type of novel, she was fun, crazy and clumsy but so real” – Emma’s Reviews
“Maloney Scott delivers a laugh-out-loud, touching, substantive story of a woman searching for her knight in shining armor and finding herself in the process.” – Julie at SmartnSassyReviews
“light, fun, and had just enough suspense to it that it always kept me wondering” – Busy Brunette
Afraid of Her Shadow
“Funny, romantic and sometimes a touch sad, this is Chick Lit for the beach, the couch, and just for the fun of it!” – Dii at tometenderblogspot.com
“Once again the author has written a very funny story, with so many specific points of hilarity, I can’t even go there” – Fiona at Fiona’s Book Reviews
“I love everything about Carol Maloney Scott’s writing. It is real, down to earth and has you rolling throughout.” – Natural Bri – Pursuits of Life