S J Reyes
Sara is a moderator for the para- list
and does all the promotion for PNR,
P.E.A.R.L., and the Paraphernalia E-
A "readaholic" she reads over 12 books
per week plus assorted other
periodicals, business materials,
technical documents and cans, boxes
and assorted packages, billboards,
buses, taxi windows, banners and other
things. Romance books have appealed
since the early 1980s and she has
managed to create a library of over
Her husband sent out her resume when
it came to his attention that her
monthly book spending limited him to
one album a quarter (hey, it was back
in the 80s! I wondered why those
people called for interviews.) Now a
management project consultant, she has
the resources to fund her reading
Truly TBR-challenged, Sara finds it
near-to-impossible to have books in
her vicinity without reading.
Something about little voices calling
her name. So, she spends most waking
hours reading when not being disturbed
by business obligations, wifely
duties, motherly activities, friends'
gatherings, and e-mail perusing.
As to reviews, she finds it difficult
to sugar-coat her opinions to the
degree required, besides, it would
take away from the time spent reading
more books! However, there are a few
reviews out there so if you look
really hard, you might stumble over
by Nina Bangs
"Amusing romp with delightful supernatural creatures."
Posted October 29, 2006
Kim Vaughn has come to the Castle of Dark Dreams at the
request of the unknown owner. A demon hunter from a long
line of demon hunters, she's eager to put aside that part of
her life to work at the castle as an architect.
Unfortunately, there's a Read more...
My Big Fat Supernatural Wedding
by Sherrilyn Kenyon, Jim Butcher, Charlaine Harris, Lori Handeland, Rachel Caine
"Nine stories by top authors in the fantasy field, and not a bad one in the bunch."
Posted October 31, 2006
Every bride knows planning a wedding is stressful enough.
But when one or both parties are a bit
Hell's Bells. These nine short stories, all by top authors
in the fantasy field, offer up the "what if" in wedding
planning when cursed pirates, avenging faeries, clannish
curses Read more...
Wolf At The Door
by Christine Warren
"Great start to a unique paranormal series."
Posted February 20, 2006
In New York representing his pack at a gathering of Others,
Irish werewolf Sullivan Quinn is at the conference to warn
his American counterparts about the radical Light of Truth,
an organization determined to wipe all mystical creatures
out of existence. He's distracted by Cassidy Poe, a
beautiful Foxwoman Read more...
The Black Rose
by Jan Zimlich
"Futuristic Scarlet Pimpernel"
Posted November 4, 2001
While almost a futuristic Scarlet Pimpernel, but instead of
rescuing people, Lucien Charbonneau was plotting the
galactic revolution. In his many disguises: an
intergalactic gun runner, an outrageous revolutionary, a
gentle nobleman, or a fop, Lucien always managed to look
out for his wayward and headstrong wife.
Alexandra Fallon escaped Read more...
The Veiled Web
by Catherine Asaro
Posted August 29, 2001
I would recommend getting THE VEILED WEB. It is in the
Science Fiction section of the book stores but it has a
strong romance and a Happily Ever After!!!
First, I had a few misgivings going into this. The primary
one was the story was about a harem -- a domestic Read more...