A thumbs up from a relationship and romance site. "Moon Over Taylor’s Ridge is a relaxedstory full of beautiful descriptive work, realistic characters and romance.  A great read when you’re wanting to put your feet up and unwind.Overall:   8 out of 10"

Wonderful review by the National Association of Baby Boomer Women website 

In Dalton Magazine, "Southern Bookshelf" reviewer Amber Lanier Nagle concludes, "She masterfully mixes Cherokee history, mystery, romance and humor to create an undeniably entertaining and moving account of loss, reflection, soul searching, and at last--redemption." 

From Book Pleasures, reviewer Nancy Hatch Woodward shares her spin on the novel.

At,an evocative review from Jenni Frankenberg Veal.

One Amazon reviewer had this to say after reading Moon Over Taylor's Ridge:"Warm and rich, outstanding first novel."  Another said, "Moon Over Taylor's Ridge is a well written novel that draws you into the familiar characters that could reflect any one of our lives. It reminds us us all that we are a product of the shoulders we stand on; never far from the home that raised us and the scars that form us. It is the type of read that you settle into, feel the warmth of love and the struggles that are never to far away from moments of joy."  You may check out all reviews at when you search for "Moon Over Taylor's Ridge."

A wonderful review by Pris Shartle appeared in the October, 2012 issue of The Signal Mountain Mirror.

Janie Watts,
Sep 12, 2012, 6:01 PM