Reviews of FLORA'S DARE are starting to trickle in, and I'm tickled to say that they are so far pretty positive.
I'm particularly pleased that several of these reviews have picked up on aspects of the book not normally commented on by readers--world-building, or the characterization of Flora's parents, etc. Of course it's lovely when people love the story, but even more lovely when they notice all the nit-picky stuff you really sweated over, but which often recedes into the background--and you can't tell if anyone noticed at all.
Anyway, here are two reviews to wet your whistle:
The Rush that Speaks LJ