"A charming and sensual exploration of the tension between social norms and personal freedom, Adirondack by A. Dudley Johnson, Jr., is a delightful, escapist read. Anna is a refreshingly complex protagonist whose lack of shame about her own sexuality and adventurousness sets her apart. "
"Evocative and confident period storytelling, Adirondack makes a fine debut with Johnson, Jr. rendering complex romantic events in strikingly personal terms. He demonstrates a canny ability to navigate love at its riskiest and the most necessary gamble in anyone’s experience. He also instinctively understands the devices of suspense and tension and uses them to maximum effect."
BOOK VIRAL REVIEW
"Johnson immediately draws readers into Anna Tattersall’s world. He richly describes the Adirondack’s allures and the story proceeds swiftly through short chapters, including several bodice-ripping scenes, populated with interesting characters. Overall, this is an enjoyable, light read for historical romance fans."
BLUE INK REVIEW