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Simply Romance Reviews (Too Young to Die)

For a book that will keep you turning pages and leave you yearning for more from page to page until the very end, pick up Too Young To Die by Anita Birt and you WILL NOT be disappointed!

Manic Readers (Too Young to Die)

Oh my, talk about suspense and action all the way. TOO YOUNG TO DIE is a roller coaster of adrenaline, bullets flying everywhere and a big strong gorgeous guy to protect you …

Anita Birt does a beautiful job in this action packed story as she keeps your heart running with Ellie wondering if if her life will ever be back to normal. Great book and can’t wait for more from this talented author.”

In Too Young To Die by Anita Birt you get a superb book with a hook that grabs you from the first paragraph! Definitely a book you DO NOT want to miss!

Night Owl Romance (Isabelle's Diary)

Isabelle’s Diary is a recommended read by Night Owl Romance. “The story reinforces that things happen for a reason and sometimes you have to search for the true answers…”

Romance Readers Connection (A Very Difficult Man)

This story oscillated between a sweet and simple story and that of a Jane Austen novel.

My favourite character was certainly that of Lord Glenmore. His brooding surly nature was excellently described, making his moments of tenderness all that much more pleasing.

I truly liked this story. With amazing details and the addition of a gypsy, it was a joy to read.

The Romance Studio (A Very Difficult Man)

What a beautiful love story evolved from this former heiress and her charge, a wounded soldier, alienating himself from the world because of his experiences during the Crimean War. A Very Difficult Man is the perfect title for this moving account of two people who are unexpectedly drawn to each other but manage to get their ideas mixed up concerning his fiancé and her involvement with his brother!

Catherine Thurston’s family was wealthy until a couple of years before his death; he lost his ability to reason and then he lost all their money. Against her mother’s will, Catherine sought employment so they could, at least, eat and pay the bills. Lord Richard Glenmore, originally a dynamic, interesting man, returned from the war without his right leg from the knee down and withdrew into his room, refusing any help. He had already caused two male companions to quit; because Catherine had already spent the salary and felt she had no choice but to stay. The first time she saw him, he threw a book at her. She picked it up and threw it back! After that, she read to him from the hallway with the door opened; it was several days before Richard even knew what she looked like. She did not coddle him nor allow him to wallow in self pity!

I was unfamiliar with the author, Ms. Anita Birt; however, I loved her work and intend to seek out any other material she has written. There are many important characters in this story, but each is very important and the way the book was written, it is easy to imagine myself part of the family and understand the makeup of the extensive family and friends. They all make the story so lovingly important so that “Kate” and Richard seem to be the only ones unaware of their attraction to each other. I loved the book! I can, certainly, recommend it heartedly.

Fallen Angels Review (A Very Difficult Man)

I cannot remember the last time that such a story really jumped out in every way as A Very Difficult Man did when I read it. I loved the dialogue, … and the way Richard emitted such scarred emotion that leapt off the pages.”

“The well-rounded secondary characters are a true delight to this tale and make it even more believable. Anita Birt does a marvelous job in penning a remarkable work that really delivers compelling credibility to the read. She blends a cast of colorful characters that react like a family in every action they take. I think this tale is splendid and comes as a recommended read.

Romance Junkie Reviews (A Very Difficult Man)

Anita Birt has filled her novel A VERY DIFFICULT MAN with rich detail and interesting characters. I really enjoyed the pacing of the plot because it allows the reader to get to know the many of the characters well and get a feel for the setting.

…The way that Catherine and Richard flirt with one another is funny and sweet but there are also enough misunderstandings and obstacles between them to keep things interesting and make the ending that much more satisfying for the reader. I recommend this story to anyone who enjoys thoughtfully written historical romances.