Dream Machine by Jayne RylonSo this morning I’m working on the print galley for Razor’s Edge (YEY!!!!). In the hunt for any reviews to highlight in the fore matter of the book I ran across a 4 1/2 wine glass review for Dream Machine on I Read Romance that might be my new favorite. I’m adding a quote and link to book page on my website but you can check out the full thing here!

In the meantime, here’s a snippet of my favorite parts, “Oh, my stars and stripes.  This story is a conflagration.  I was hooked from the very first page, which didn’t start with the love interests, but a conversation between two men who’ve known each other for a long time.  They’re discussing the experiment that is the basis for everything that happens in this story.  And, boy, is it a doozy.

When you read a lot of romance novels, like I do, you tend to become blasé about the sexual encounters of characters.  Oooh, he’s dominant, she’s a natural submissive.  So what?  He’s hung like a moose and she’s practically a virgin.  Big deal!  But the way Ms. Rylon approaches every encounter, with the freshness and vividness of first-time occurrences – for both characters – grabs the reader’s attention and holds it firmly in her grasp.  I’m still trying to calm my pulse from the last two or three intimate scenes (heck, all of them).  Then you add the natural reluctance of characters to share their feelings for fear of rejection, and you have a rich bouquet of emotions and dialog that enhance the overall experience.”