A girl gets married, and completely misses a review of her book, despite the fact that her editor did, in fact, send it to her that weekend. Then, later, when she’s looking at the proofs, in which her editor has considerately included a quote from said review, she if muchly confused.
But, hey, cool!
Diana Peterfreund continues the enjoyable, breezy charm she delivered in Secret Society Girl. Under the Rose is every bit as involving and hard-to-put-down as its predecessor – perhaps even more so – as the stakes rise higher and higher for its thoroughly likable, conspiracy-minded heroine. Adding skullduggery to the hotbed of hormones on a college campus makes for an intoxicating blend. If college life is a kegger, Peterfreund’s series is a cocktail in a sugar-rimmed martini glass, sophisticated and easily gulped but delivering a satisfying kick.
— Winston-Salem Journal
Read the whole thing (a few months late).