THE SEVENTH EQUINOX’s first review is in, and I’m shocked (and excited) that it’s from no less than the esteemed Publishers Weekly:
. . . The best part of Warner’s easy-paced, almost pastoral tale is the friction between Bessie’s attraction to Robin, her longing to believe in magic, and her fear of trusting again—all of which run deep. This is a world-shattering crisis acted out in small scale, with a subtle appeal to romantic fantasy.