Not only is it wildly entertaining and more swoon-worthy and tastefully erotic than "Fifty Shades of Grey" or any of its knock-offs, but also, "Jane" has heart and soul. If you are looking for a stellar historical romance and adventure story, "Jane" should definitely sit on your bookshelf. It has charming and fascinating characters and sociopath villains who scare the living daylights out of you. "Jane: The Woman Who Loved Tarzan" has positively reinvented the beloved couple for the modern age. "The Huffington Post" "Jane" is a triumph! A triumph of imagination, adventure, and character. Here we have the true missing link' that we've always wanted--Jane's side of the story. "Margaret George, New York Times bestselling author of Elizabeth I" Finally an honest portrayal of the only woman of whom I have been really, really jealous. What a wonderful idea to write this book. Now I am jealous all over again! "Jane Goodall PhD, DBE, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, UN Messenger of Peace" With riveting action and suspense, earthy humor, a piquant look at the debate over evolution, and the love between heroic, resourceful, and tender Tarzan and smart, strong, and passionate Jane, this is lush and satisfying entertainment. "Booklist, starred review" Excitement, danger, labyrinths, pyramids, treasure, and volcanoes abound, as Jane and Tarzan learn to trust and love each other. "Library Journal" Jane Goodall and Isak Dinesen would be right at home with Miss Jane Porter. A respectful, exciting and disarming update of one of the last century's most oft-told tales. "Kirkus Reviews" Authentic and compelling, "Jane" was a book I couldn't put down. Robin Maxwell's talented storytelling ability brought these fabulous characters to life for me. Don't miss this unique and thoroughly enjoyable book! "Brenda Novak, New York Times bestselling author of In Close" My Dad, John Coleman Burroughs, and my Grandad, Edgar Rice Burroughs, would often discuss Tarzan's relation to Jane. Now there is an idea for a good book....one that really brings Jane into focus, ' Grandad would say. Robin Maxwell's book does this brilliantly. Not only do Tarzan and Jane transform into a living, breathing couple who bring the Tarzan saga to new life, but the thrills and adventure leap off the page in the grand tradition of Edgar Rice Burroughs himself. "John R. Burroughs, Grandson of Edgar Rice Burroughs""