The Writer's Coffee Shop Publishing House
  • I read both books straight through with little to no break in between. They are that captivating and enjoyable, and each action brings a whole series of new possibilities for a reaction or a character. As in Redemption this is a vampire story unlike all others. It combines angels, demons, corporate oversight, science, technology and witchcraft to create a melange of interrelated story lines that all manage to center around Lily, the main character and vampire with special powers that are yet to be revealed to all. This is a really difficult review to write without spoiling the secrets left unanswered in Redemption, and not spoiling the reader's experience for Revisited. So, please pardon the vagaries as to plot, and realize that as a character driven novel, with many different threats to each of the players in the story are increasing and unexpected, and creates a whole different experience than you have heretofore encountered.

    More characters are introduced that quickly become integral to the plot, while there is a core of characters who are developing and becoming more fully realized as the story line continues. A secret unknown to Becca (Lily's surrogate daughter) will bring her beliefs and plans for the future into question, and her powers are beyond all comprehension. Again in this book Peter the "angel manager" is delving into situations but revealing little, and a strange twist to the demonic possession idea is presented in a very novel and unique way. Lindsey Gray has managed to create a story that is part romance and hot love scenes intermingled with the life threatening action, and added a paranormal twist with a twist to it all. The characters are developing and becoming more `known' to the readers, they also are developing stronger and deeper ties with each other, which also means that there are more scenes of seduction and sexuality. It still is, to me, firstly a character driven story that requires their coming together to trust each other, and to rely on one another to defeat the threats to life and happiness. I cannot wait for the 3rd book to be completed (as I hope there is one, and expect one) for that will certainly be on my "must read" list.
    The Jeep Diva
  • Lindsey Gray dreamed of being several different things as a child such as a doctor, an actress, and a chef, but none held her attention like putting pen to paper and creating her own world through words. She has written three full-length novels and one short story for The Writer's Coffee Shop Publishing House and is now taking the self-publishing leap with her novella, "Fireworks".

    A mid-west native, Lindsey enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, reading almost anything she can get her hands on, and making life interesting at each and every turn.