Fresh, funny, utterly absorbing right from the first pageand quite unlike anything else out there, Second Time Around is an absolutely must-read for anyone who'd ever thought that it was too late for love. Erin Kaye writes with wisdom, warmth and a lovely lightness of touch you'll adore. Be warned though; It's definitely a stay-up-til-all-hours-to-finish-it-book!'
Claudia Carroll, author, 2012
Erin Kaye...gave up a career in finance to write, and that, along with her different background, gives her a breadth that many other popular writers here don't have - and makes her one of the best. Into the munutiae of daily life...which is the life's blood of chicklit, Kaye injects an air of tension and even an air of menace. It all makes My Husband's Lover a real page-turner.
Ann Dunne, Irish independent Review June 2008
Kaye presents both a moving and enlightening novel, which presents a realistic portrayal of the strength of one family in the face of adversity...From the painful subject of lost love, to the natural complexities of family, Closer to Home brings you on a journey of endurance and discovery, leaving you with a buoyant sense of hope.
Kellie Chambers, Ulster Tatler, October 2006
From the moment you meet Kath O'Connor you'll be hooked on her emotional journey and willing her to find happiness with every page you turn. A must-read for chick-lit readers everywhere!
Suzanne Byrne on Closer to Home, RTE Guide, September 2006
Larne writer Erin Kaye has produced a captivating story full of gritty problems and courageous characters. Readers will be rooting for them all the way. (Closer to Home)
Evening Herald, July 2006
Thoughtful and entertaining - this is a great read for the summer. (Second Chances)
Ann Dunne, Irish Independent, July 2005
Way beyond the realms of chicklit, this very readable book delves into the lives of motheres, daughters, aunts and lovers. Great writing skills here and a most enjoyable read. Despite the crises and the tragedies, there is hope and laughter between the covers. (Choices)
Valerie Cox, Evening Herald, July 2004
From Poolbeg, the compnay which brought you Marian Keyes, Cathy Kelly and Martina Devlin comes another fina author in the form of Erin Kaye. kaye's latest offering, Mothers and Daughters, is a powerful and compelling drama spanning three decades in troubled Northen Ireland. the novel is engrossing from the very start, Kaye skilfully handles family ties, bitter hatred and fragile love that grows against the odds.
Fermanagh Herald, September 2003