Last week I got an amazing review from the esteemed Library Journal! It’s the first review I’ve received from them and what makes it even better was that it was for one of my self-published books. Interested? Read it below!

Brighton, author of five other books (e.g., Wild Heart; Wild Desire), focuses her most recent novel on a world rarely evoked in historical fiction: male prostitution. As odd a subject as that might seem, it makes for one surprisingly engaging story. At the core are Grace, a penniless member of the ton, and Alex, a man who escaped from his past by joining a brothel.

Verdict Brighton provides an original story line, well-developed characters, and a plot-full of perfect amounts of sexual intrigue, twists, and lulls that allow the atmosphere of 1860s England to develop. The superb editing also shines. Fans of Johanna Lindsey will enjoy this work, which furthers the idea that self-publishing is not something to scoff at.—Audrey M. Jones
Being compared to Johanna Lindsey?! I’ll take that!
If you haven’t had the chance yet to read my historical romance, To Seduce an Earl, leave a comment! I’m giving away an Ecopy or two!