Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Seeking Honest Reviewers


I am seeking reviewers for my clean romantic fiction. If you are interested, please comment with your email and the title you are interested in reviewing.

To be clear, I am looking for your honest opinion posted on Amazon and Goodreads. If you don't like what you read, I promise not to get angry or upset as long as you are polite. No author bashing please. (There are two great examples of polite, less than rave reviews on Amazon for The Mercenary's Marriage already.) Kind honesty is what I am looking for. :)

The review doesn't have to be fancy. Just a few lines telling the reading public what you liked or didn't like about the book/short story and a star rating.

I am only offering the e-book versions for review.

The options...

The Crown of Anavrea - Book One of the Theodoric Saga
(novella)

In a time when castles were the strongest…in a place where combat was face to face…Labren was on the run. He hid his true name and he admitted it freely. 

In a time when slavery was legal...in a place where kings were all-powerful…Eve, a slave, appeared in the right place at the right time. 

Eve saved his life. In return, he offered her the opportunity of freedom. She did not know what would happen to her if she chose to accept his proposal, but she did know the consequences of rejecting it.

The Mercenary's Marriage
(novella)

Trained as a mercenary soldier, Darius was a man of decisive action. He was also a man of compassion. Seeing a young slave woman about to become the spoils of war, he claimed her for his own. Marrying her before God and king, he made her a free and respectable soldier's wife. 

Brice was born a slave. Abused and beaten, she learned quickly to avoid being noticed and to stay away from men. When her master's walls fell to enemy forces, she ran, but not fast enough. In Darius' offer she found deliverance, but experience had taught her to fear power such as his. Could she trust in his protection, or had she traded one form of slavery for another?

Exchange
(short story)

Isolated on a distant planet, she is incarcerated for a crime she doesn’t recall. She has no name, no idea where she came from, or why she is injected with drugs daily to hold these vital facts from her grasp. Despite small rebellions, she wastes away, worn and losing hope of ever being whole again.

Then he arrives. Claiming to hold the answers burned daily from her brain, he offers her a way out. But at what cost?

So, are you interested?
Just comment with your email and which story you are interested in reading.
I will contact you with the details.

Thank you in advance.

7 comments:

Paroma/Honour said...

Hi. I would like to review 'Exchange'. I find the premise interesting and would like to read the story.
I'll certainly try to be an objective reviewer.
My email id:
thetrojanwalls(at)gmail(dot)com

Thanks. :)

Amy said...

Hey Rachel, I would be willing to review for you. I've read Mercenary and Exchange. Do I just go to Amazon and write a review?

Rachel Rossano said...

Oh, thank you, Amy. Yes, that would be perfect. :)

Paroma said...

Hey Rachel, I just finished writing the review for Exchange. I liked the story and hope you write more in this world. My review links are below if you want to view them. Their status is a little hazy right now.

Goodreads -- http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/238053805

My blog -- http://apromontoryfirst.wordpress.com/2011/11/21/exchange-by-rachel-rossano-a-review/

Amazon -- (still processing my review, but my username is The Ultimate Escapist)

Barnes & Noble -- (also processing, almost same username)

Smashwords -- submitted review twice and it vanished both times. Will check in a few hours to be sure they published it.

Hope this helps, thanks for the enjoyable few hours.

Rachel Rossano said...

Thank you, Paroma. I have a prequel written and a sequel planned. I will definitely let you know when they are published. :)

Paroma said...

Please do. I liked Ruhan and Myah and if the prequel is about them then I really want to read it.

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