Over at ARe Cafe, reviewer Val has this to say about Julie Bozza's BUTTERFLY HUNTER:
... this novel is still a good read with its hints of physical danger and Dreamtime mysticism. The breathtaking Australian setting feels real. The book’s tone is muted but adventurous ...
Looking further, we see that we missed a post by her back in September 2011 in which she describes Chris Quinton's ALOES as:
a combination romance and mystery with a dash of the paranormal and goes on to mention the engaging romance and the suspenseful mood.
We think this may be the person who previously reviewed BUTTERLY HUNTER at Obsidian Bookshelf on 30 January 2013 and ALOES on Jessewave on 7 July 2010, but as they are not identical reviews we've decided to go ahead and include them on the website. After all, she may well have read the books more than once, of course - and in fact we rather hope she did!