STRAY THOUGHTS by ELIZABETH STEWART
Sheridan Phillips has a dead end job, a
boss "affectionately" known as the Prince of Darkness, a
stack of rejection slips to compliment her would-be writing
career, and a serial rapist preying on women in her
neighborhood. Life, it seems, can't get much bleaker. One
cold winter night, Sheridan takes in a stray cat and names
the adorable little guy Nick. She loves the scruffy little
thing to distraction but pretty soon things start getting
weird... Who is this mysterious creature she's taken into
home, her life, and her bed? Whoever or whatever he is, she
only hopes he can save her from the most terrifying danger
a woman can face...and bring her the love she so
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"A story of an impossible love"
Reviewed by Carol Wilson Carbaugh
Posted October 3, 2002
STRAY THOUGHTS was pure fantasy fun! Imagine letting in a
stray cat one night and having your life be forever changed!
Sheridan Phillips was a lonely, isolated writer want-to-be
who couldn't stand her daytime job at the office. At night,
she comes home to her lonely apartment Read more...
"shapeshifter novel with a twist"
Reviewed by Moni Draper
Posted November 4, 2002
Aspiring novelist Sheridan Phillips' life consists of going
to work each day for a tyrannical boss nicknamed the Prince
of Darkness and then home to her lonely apartment. One
rainy night, a scratching at her window brings her some
companionship - - a large black cat with dark blue eyes.
Somehow she Read more...