Kirkus calls Unforgivable Love "a dazzlingly dark and engaging tale full of heartbreak, treachery, and surprise." Kirkus critics also list the novel as similar to A Hundred Summers by Beatriz Williams and The Bonfire of the Vanities by Tom Wolfe. Read entire review here.
The Dispatch concludes its look at African-American artists and entertainers in the Columbus area and beyond
By Eric Lagatta The Columbus Dispatch With her agent shopping her debut novel, Sophfronia Scott felt the sting intensify as the string of rejection letters piled up. As many as 20 publishers had turned down her book, she said, before St. Martin’s Press showed interest in the story of a black woman whose brother struggles [...]