Reviews of Belinda's books.
“I love this saga, Her characters are likable and multidimensional they’re filled with an abundance of empathy, sweetness and love for each other, while still fighting to overcome their own demons and fulfill a mission and their own destiny. The descriptions of Faery are so imaginative, It’s a beautiful world to visit and I am anxiously looking forward the next book in this series.” ~Amazon Customer on Xander’s Folly
“The author brings the unlikely heroine along gently in a conflict between what her family expects of her and what she expects of herself. This is an engaging book of light and dark, good and evil, and the desire to see Tressa succeed in her quest for fulfillment. All in all, a good read that will carry you into the fantasy, and leave a smile on your face in the process.” ~thelocksmith (an Amazon Reviewer)
“I enjoyed this book very much (except for a very few word substitutions that I noticed.) It’s a new take on the Fae–in Pennsylvania. The characters were engaging, the romance was (mostly) sweet (not that I minded the bit more at all), the Irish background was well-portrayed, and the set-up for the saga (finding the lost Fae treasures) was well-integrated into the daily adventures of our heroes. I liked this book and the characters so much that I bought the sequel as well (and on my budget these days, that’s really saying something!) My favorite thing to find in a book is characters who care about other people, and this…
“The book started out great and ended great. There wasn’t a moment during the story that I wanted to skip pages or scenes and that speaks for itself. Tressa is the perfect heroine, intelligent, strong, kind and loving and Xander is almost the same plus a great Dad. There was romance, no graphic intimate scenes but not enough depth to the romance. There was talk of intimacy and then of living together and co-parenting without much segue into how it jumped from one end to the other. That was probably my only con about the whole book. Everything else flowed really well. There was a lot of Christian/biblical references but…