BOOK REVIEWS
BLURB
James Micheal Whren is brilliant, beautiful, rich, and taken—with
himself, or more precisely, his genius for creating music. Desired by
many, committing to no one but his muse, on the eve of his brother's
funeral, his father inadvertently turns his life into a living nightmare, and
James is left abandoned in hell with no one real to save him.
His odyssey to freedom takes him beyond the looking glass, to the
reflection of friends and lovers. Humbled and alone, James escapes to
the Greek island of Corfu. But instead of finding solace there,
loneliness almost consumes him.
Until Elisabeth, and her son, Cameron.
Reverb is a love story, a psychological thriller paced with romantic
suspense.
In the spirit of The Magus (John Fowles, 1966), and way beyond Fifty
Shades of Gray (E.L. James, 2011), Reverb has intricately woven
characters fraught with frailties that possess us all, and that will linger
long after the read. The story chronicles the evolution of a modern
man--from solipsist to integrated awareness. It is a tale of redemption,
of one man's journey through extraordinary emotional growth,
awakening his capacity to love.
MY REVIEW - 5 STARS
It's been a long time since a book grabbed hold of me and would not let go but this one did. J. Cafesin's
unique mixture of writing, switching from first to third person, captivated me and held on to me until the last
period. I'm delighted to see that this author broke a few rules in the traditional format allowing the reader to
see, feel and experience James dark journey. Not to fear, in the end, he sees the light. I cannot
recommend this thrilling tale enough, it is by far the best book I have been privileged to read in the past
three years.
5.0 out of 5 stars Eternal Lovers by V.S. Nelson, March 5, 2013
By TeenBlurb "Young Adult, New Adult, and Adult ... (Westfield, NC) - This review is from:
Eternal Lovers - Sekhmet's Guardians - Book One (Kindle Edition)

V.S. Nelson has truly created a unique storyline by combining Native American and Egyptian
Mythology; an unlikely duo! The descriptions and the attention to detail will marvel the reader
and make them feel like they are sitting beside the characters, feeling their happiness, sharing
their sorrow, and meeting their destiny.

Eternal Lovers is about a love that crosses time and fights against the unpredictability of fate.
Jennifer has powers that she must keep hidden. Even as a child, her grandparents raised her
away from civilization. When Jennifer goes to visit her best friend Alice and her new husband,
she meets Gabriel. A vampire haunted by his past and tormented by his duty. A man of few
words that seems to be surrounded by shadows and sorrow, he is immediately drawn to
Jennifer.

The chemistry between the two unlikely lovers is explosive. Jennifer has to decide if she wants
to be happy or be trap by obligation and past promises.

Eternal Lovers will open the reader to a new kind of vampire love story that will arouse, excite,
humor, aggravate, and satisfy. Gabriel and Jennifer must choose between what they want most
in the world and their responsibilities. Are they lifemates? Can they reconcile the past? This
book will not leave the reader wanting, but it will definitely leave them swooning!
5.0 out of 5 stars This Story Keeps Getting Better, May 24,
2013
By
Douglas C. Meeks "Book Reviews @ Large" (USA)

This review is from: Eternal Nights - Sekhmet's Guardians -
Book Two (Kindle Edition)
After reading Eternal Lovers - Sekhmet's Guardians - Book
One I must admit that I grabbed this second book immediately
and started reading. It should be noted that these 2 books
represent over 1000 pages of reading (that is like 4 of your
normal PNR/UF books) and I enjoyed it greatly. I must say
that for whatever reason I found myself enjoying this second
book more than the first, possibly because I was already
familiar with the characters and most of the stories were
set-up in Eternal Lovers.

I assumed when I started this novel that the main thrust of the
book would be the romance revolving around
Raphael/Jessica (which the synopsis leads you to believe)
but this novel encomapsses at least 3 couples (possibly more
if you include ones mentioned in book 1 but detailed here).
This series so far has been a very happy series with the
angst usually being a prime ingredient in these type novels
but I was glad to have a book where most things turned out
well and the evil was kept to a minimum but from what I have
read of the next book Eternal Blades, that is about to change.

Bottom Line: Buy these 2 books, they will give you days of
reading (or sleepless nights) as they are addicting and
enthralling entertainment and I can't wait to see more of this
story evolve.