Educate: Answer questions and doubts readers might have about the product. I think ages would like this but younger kids would like the story being read to them.
The relative emphasis depends on the nature of the review: if readers may be more interested in the work itself, you may want to make the work and the author more prominent; if you want the review to be about your perspective and opinions, then you may structure the review to privilege your observations over but never separate from those of the work under review.
Despite being weak on the romance, I really enjoyed it. Moreover it shows them I actually own the products which pushes trust a little further.
Here are two ways you can pre-sell the product: Demonstrate value: Demonstrate how the product can solve problems by showing off your own results.
But keep things friendly and courteous! Becoming an expert reviewer: three short examples Reviewing can be a daunting task.