-- YAM Magazine
"Ms. Cochet has a clean, fluid writing style, excellent grasp on the language of the time... her characters are distinct and quite likable. The sense of humor doesn't hurt either. I can't think of another book where endearment "snuggle-pup" was used. If you want to spend a few hours with a well-written story, without too much angst and with a definite happy ending, then The Auspicious Troubles of Chance is a story for you." 4 stars.
-- Lady M, Reviews by Jessewave
"I had a sneaking suspicion after readingRoses in the Devil's Garden that I could truly, madly, deeply become hooked on Charlie Cochet's work. The Auspicious Troubles of Chance is all the proof I needed to quit suspecting and just let it be." 4.5 stars
-- The Novel Approach