First up is the review of Iridescence in this month's (December 2007) issue of CURVE Magazine. The review is on page 65.
Review by Kathi Isserman:
"The challenge is finding an erotica anthology that is different from the rest, with stories that do not all have familiar themes. Iridescence breaks that pattern, providing us with a culturally diverse and very sensual collection. It embraces an assortment of story types and styles, recognizing that erotica is very individual and personal to the reader. Included in this 23-story anthology are some well-known authors like Fiona Zedde, as well as lesser-known authors like Winnie Jerome. The common thread is that all are well-written, and they are actually stories, not just scenes. It is a collection that truly captures the rainbow that our flag represents."
The second review is by Lisabet Sarai for the Erotica Readers and Writers Association.
"One of the things that I appreciated about IRIDESCENCE is the fact that most of the stories were about women whom I could understand and with whom I could identify." The read the rest of the review visit: