Best-selling authors fill my critique group. We swap stories, offer suggestions, give each other the occasional smackdown, but I get more from my writers' group than I ever did from my editor when I was with a traditional publishing house. It's great because they are interested in helping me make my story better without having the added burden of worrying what will sell. So I'm a little intimidated by them all because these women move books. Their work SELLS. So when best-selling romance writer Camelia Miron Skiba gives you a review like this, it's nice. There may or may not be happy dancing involved.