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Praise for Changeling Press works

Nights in Pink Satin:

The normal level of Changeling Press’ books is good but seldom they are “deep”…it’s almost a gothic romance with a touch of urban fantasy…It’s so sad to see his life through Vincent’s eyes when he is spying in the apartment, all the objects tell a life of loneliness and lost hopes. Even if I was really wishing that Vincent would have been starstruck by Martin at first sight, his reluctance makes for an even more interesting reading, I loved to see the innocent seduction of Martin, and the sex in the closet was hot and “symbolic”. — http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/690193.html

And again:

The normal level of Changeling Press’ books is good but seldom they are “deep”. They are nice stories thought for a light break. And so it was unexpected to find such a story like Nights in Pink Satin. Even from the title I was expecting a light tale, and instead it’s almost a gothic romance with a touch of urban fantasy. Anyway I should have some hints by the cover, again one of those nice covers that Changeling Press lately reserves to some authors. … I loved to see the innocent seduction of Martin, and the sex in the closet was hot and “symbolic”. – Elisa Rolle

Nights in Pink Satin is an extremely sensual book. The title image, a bolt of fuschia-pink satin intended to line a coffin, draws the reader in with its bold color and luxurious feel. … Sensual details ~ sights, tastes, smells, and sounds ~ make the storytelling vivid and immediate. — Rainbow Reviews

 I really enjoyed watching them fall for each other during a very strange night. While it’s not very long, Nights in Pink Satin packs a lot of emotion into its pages.  If you’re looking for a different kind of vampire tale, you can’t go wrong with Nights in Pink Satin. — Joyfully Reviewed

Nights in Pink Satin is an extremely sensual book. The title image, a bolt of fuschia-pink satin intended to line a coffin, draws the reader in with its bold color and luxurious feel. … Sensual details ~ sights, tastes, smells, and sounds ~ make the storytelling vivid and immediate.  — Rainbow Reviews

A Good Knight:

I know that, speaking of vampires, best friends or fantasy lords, a book by Sharon Maria Bidwell never disappoint me. And so enjoy a perfect medieval breeches rippers romp! … For being only a novella, A Good Knight is for sure well above the average. – Elisa Rolle

An Act of Generosity:

This is another of those little jewels that the somewhat overlooked Changeling Press catalogue can offer if you dig a bit. Of course I was helped on my discovery thanks to the name of the author, Sharon Maria Bidwell, one of the first gay romance author I read, and one of my favorite too. … Despite this being only a novella, the plot is well developed, the balance between story and sex is perfect, and even the supporting character, Robert’s business partner Phil and his p.a. Anna, have enough development to make them real characters and not only someone in the background. – Elisa Rolle

The premise for An Act of Generosity is quite unique. … Lee’s fantasy daydreams of him and Rob were a lot of fun. As were those of Rob about Lee, though these latter were more mature and less fantastical. This showed really well the difference in the two men’s ages, as well as their life experiences. … It was a lot of fun to have two men living in the same house, working in the same place, in love with each other, but both believing the other was straight, thus off-limits. This situation continues for a significant proportion of the book. This did get a little frustrating to read about, but it was nevertheless completely believable that neither man had the confidence to make the first move. … When they both came out to each other, the pace of their relationship was kept slow and realistic. The sex was hot and quite plentiful and it soon morphed into lovemaking. — British Bull Dog Rainbow Reviews.

Marooned:

Sharon Maria Bidwell is a brilliant author who uses humor, suspense and erotic encounters to create a fascinating story. The two primary characters in Marooned are multidimensional and drew me into the tale. Vern’s quick wit keeps the story flowing. Cresszna is passionate and gifted with the patience of a saint. – Literary Nymphs

Marooned is a fascinating sci-fi fantasy romance between a human man and an alien being that might or might not be male. The visual descriptions of the land and its flora and fauna were intriguing and well done and some of the other inhabitants were fun. The best thing I liked about this story is how love really can occur anywhere and with anyone. One of my favorite movies is Enemy Mine and this book reminded me of that wonderful story, but on a deeper and more sensual level then the movie ever dared go. I was entertained and captivated by this wonderful storyline and I thank Ms. Bidwell for an awesome reading experience

Nominated for Book of the Week, January 2011. — Whipped Cream Erotic Romance Reviews