Unrequited: Reviews


One way people choose books to read is by browsing the reviews.  I know I do this when I’m checking out a potential title.  So I need readers to get reviews and I need reviews to get readers.  What’s a gal to do?  Hit the ground running, that’s what I’m going to do.  I’ve asked some peers to give me some thoughts on what they think.  These ladies range from published author to casual reader, you know, for a broad spectrum of opinions.

Renea Mason, author of Symphony of Light and Winter, says:  Elle Clouse’s Unrequited is a romantic steampunk tale and even though short, doesn’t lack for action, romance and vivid imagery.   This promising start leaves you eager to find what else she has up her sleeve.

Aubrey Wynne, author of Merry Christmas, Henry, says:  Unrequited is a fun, easy read by Elle Clouse. The heroine, Kali, is an opera singer kidnapped by pirates. They are hoping to use her as bait to lure the infamous Axel the Black. When the dark and sexy Axel appears, sparks fly between the two. If you need a distraction and enjoy historical steam punk, this should be right up your alley. 

Jessica, bakery clerk and avid reader, says: The beautiful opera singer Kali James and dashing yet dangerous air pirate Axel Black are brought together through trickery and intrigue in Elle Clouse’s steampunk romance Unrequited. This fast paced short is full of stunning imagery and masterful prose. How will Kali handle the situation she finds herself thrust into? And after meeting the infamous Axel, will he prove to be handsome hero or dastardly captor. Find out by reading Unrequited!

Rhonda, loan processor and avid reader, says:  This is a well written, fast paced book.  If you like romance you will like this book.  I can’t wait to read more stories from this author.

GoodreadsUnrequited is now on Goodreads so you can watch what people are saying about it.  Release date is scheduled for tomorrow!   Only a few more hours left to enter for a chance to win a free copy of Unrequited.


Published by elleclouse

Woman, wife, mother, writer, knitter and sarcasm aficionado.

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