"Bachelor Degree is a funny, sexy romp through New York City. It is the story of one young woman trying to navigate her life after a divorce. Chick Lit with substance." — Bookloons.com, Joan Burton

"Bachelor Degree is a zany good read…Judith Marks-White creates a tale that many can relate. I love the way she paints the rich characters, giving them that certain pizzazz to connect with the reader in this delectable read. When she blends in the well-rounded secondary characters, she pens a story that flows at a great pace." — Coffee Time Romance, Cherokee

"Bachelor Degree" is a funny book…Judith Marks-White passes the second-book test with flying colors and does, magna cum laughter, earn her "Bachelor Degree." — The Stamford Advocate, Jerry Zezima

"There are still plenty of places in the world where men and women find themselves brought together by unlikely sources. In Samantha Krasner's Manhattan, her mother is intent on playing Dolly Levi and finding her daughter the perfect match. BACHELOR DEGREE chronicles the strange and fascinating world of the Upper (Crusty) East Side of New York City and the equally odd relationship between an independent and successful young woman and the matchmaking-crazed mother who thinks she can reel in a big fish for her pride and joy with a quirky combination of flirting and monied talk. Judith Marks-White is quite at home in this milieu and concocts a tale that seems like a blend of “The Gilmore Girls” and Jane Austen." — Bookreporter.com, Jana Siciliano