My fiancee often has me edit her undergraduate papers for grammar and style. I myself have not been to college and possess only a high school diploma. To further complicate matters, my interests have always been in STEM and not writing, and I have always worked jobs in construction. Despite these facts, she still insists that I do a better job of editing/"peer" reviewing her work than the majority of her classmates.
There are times though when she brings me papers that are written on topics with which I am completely unfamiliar. These papers tend to include a large number of terms and formats which I'm sure make perfect sense within the overall context but are very difficult to parse outside of that context.
Contrary to her claims, I really believe there must be someone better who can edit her papers. She feels I am the ideal editor though, and as long as she holds that belief I will strive to be as effective as possible. I would like any tips, methods, blogs, or books that might help me accomplish that goal.
Alternatively, I will also accept advice that might persuade her to allow a peer to do the peer reviewing.