For the Sam Jones series:

“The Dorothy Parker of the British crime novel” – The Guardian

“Like an English Betty Boop” – Madame Figaro

“The pleasure of reading Lauren Henderson’s books lies in the wit and sharp modernity of her dialogue, and the delightful irrepressibility of her characters” – The Times

“Hip and very funny” – Val McDermid

“Freshness, wit, sharp observation and a plot that surprises” - The Independent, of Freeze My Margarita

For Exes Anonymous:

“Radiates with energy as it tells the saga of Rebecca, a strong, funny, realistic character who (whisper it) can't get over her ex... Don't be fooled by Henderson's humour and light touch: with her sharp eye and taut, clean prose, she is firmly in the driving seat here. Just buckle up and enjoy the ride” - Daily Mail

“Wickedly witty” – Cosmopolitan

“Anyone out there who's still trying to get over a break-up should check out this book- it's superb” - OK magazine

For Jane Austen’s Guide To Dating:

“This book offers invaluable advice on how to land your own dashing Mr Darcy” You magazine

“Has been a huge bestseller, clearly rekindling a nation's fantasies of capturing the heart, and nipples, of Colin Firth” – The Independent

“Picks the juiciest bits from the Austen archives and presents them as a how to and a how not to, cut-out-and-keep guide to finding your soulmate” - Daily Mirror

“A bitch-slap to Fein and Schneider's The Rules, albeit one delivered with a Janeite gloved hand” - The Times

“I strongly advise singletons of whatever gender to read it” - Independent on Sunday

“Who needs The Rules when you can find your own Mr Darcy using these wise and witty tips from Jane Austen novels” – Grazia

For the Scarlett Wakefield/Kiss Me Kill Me series:

“Henderson knows just how to time even the smallest revelations for maximum drama, and her mini-sleuth has a natural glamour and intelligence that Nancy Drew can only dream if. The audience will be riveted” – Publishers Weekly

“The ending will leave readers gasping with anticipation for a sequel” – Booklist

“Stylish, sassy prose... Reminiscent of a young Stephanie Plum, Scarlett’s sharp sense of self-deprecating humour shines... A breezy blend of mystery and mean-girl fun” – Kirkus Reviews