Brittanie A.Terrell writes, "I loved this book. I have read all of Brenda Coulter's books and I think this is my new favorite of hers."
Amy Riley writes, "Brenda Coulter’s At His Command is one I recommend! The story is very sweet, the prose is strong, and the characters are likeable."
Laura Domino says, "Brenda Coulter’s books are an interesting peek at the lives of heroes who have flaws, an unquenchable desire for the heroine, and enough sense to make things come together at the end. This book, Coulter’s fourth, takes a look at an Army pilot turned civilian attorney and the constant problems he tries to ignore, but can’t. Her characters feel real."
And author Camy Tang writes: "This was a really great book! I tend to be very moved by military stories, and the way the author handled the pain of losing deployed loved ones was well done. I teared up in several places and thoroughly enjoyed crying."
Thanks to all of these bloggers and also to Princeton McKinney, another of the bloggers who posted my book video.
I believe I have now thanked and linked to every blogger who posted a review of my book. But as I went over my list just now, I noticed that nine people who accepted a free book in exchange for a promise to blog about it sometime during this past month didn't keep their end of the bargain. Maybe they just forgot, but I'm wondering whether some of them didn't care for the book and were worried about hurting my feelings. Of all the reviews I've seen, only one blogger admitted to not enjoying the book. (And yes, I quoted from her post and linked to it.)
As regular readers of this blog know, my ego isn't so fragile that I cry over bad book reviews. I honestly believe that a few bad reviews mixed in with the good ones draw attention to a book--and how can that be a bad thing?
So here's your big chance, dissatisfied At His Command readers. Leave a comment here (anonymously, if you wish) and tell us what you really thought of the book. As long as you keep it clean and polite, I promise not to delete your comments or pick them apart and try to prove you wrong.