Both of the reviews accuse Harry Dresden of being a chauvinist pig, and claim that he doesn't trust women to be table to take care of themselves.
Before explaining why this is absolutely completely and totally wrong, I would first like to acknowledge that I get where they're coming from. When I read Butcher's graphic novel Welcome to the Jungle (basically an intro to the series) I got ticked off about a weak female character at first, until I realized that she wasn't so weak after all. I don't want to go into that now though, since I already wrote about that here.
So I do get where these two reviewers are coming from. But they aren't looking past their initial indignation to see the whole picture. Because while it is true that Harry doesn't treat women like they can handle what they're going up against, he doesn't treat any regular mortal like they can handle it, in the first two books.
I'm sure that if Harry met a woman who is his equal in magical skill and knowledge that he would stop trying to shield her. But so far there don't seem to be many characters (and none of them are main characters) who are anywhere near his equal in those areas.
This being the case, those who are screaming about Butcher's treatment of women can just hush up until they've read more of the series. I'm not sure what the other books contain, but I doubt there will be anything for me to complain about.