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Sirius

Sirius started reading books when she was four and reading and discussing books is still her favorite hobby. One of her very favorite gay romances is Tamara Allen’s Whistling in the Dark. In fact, she loves every book written by Tamara Allen. Amongst her other favorite romance writers are Ginn Hale, Nicole Kimberling, Josephine Myles, Taylor V. Donovan and many others. Sirius’ other favorite genres are scifi, mystery and Russian classics. Sirius also loves travelling, watching movies and long slow walks.

Comments

  1. JPeK

    How nice to see your recommendation for a new-to-me author! It sounds like a series I’d enjoy. I just purchased the first book to try out. :) Thanks!

  2. MaryK

    I liked this one a lot and plan to read further. The only reason I haven’t is because the synopsis of the next book makes it seem like there won’t be as much focus on Erik/Oliver. It’s probably a good book regardless, I’m just reluctant to let go of my faves.

  3. Sirius

    @MaryK: I believe there is enough focus on Erik/Oliver in the second book ( from the friend whose tastes are aligned very closely to mine and to whom I recommended first book), however she mentioned to me that the third book certainly does not have much focus on them ( instead on several other couples ) and the books become more violent as the war approaches and many new characters allegedly appear. I am REALLY reluctant to do so, but I may wait till series are completed before continuing to read.@JPeK: hope it works for you. She is new to me author as well, even though she appears to be a very prolific author. Her writing style really appeals to me.

  4. Angie

    This sounds really lovely, Sirius. And I’ve never heard of this author before. I’m excited to check it out!

  5. Etv13

    Was anyone besides me a little surprised when it was revealed that Oliver is thirty? He read a bit younger than that to me. (I was surprised in the opposite way when it turned out that Mildmay the Fox in Melusine was only twenty-two. I thought he had to be at least thirty.)

  6. Sirius

    @Etv13: Hmm, I am not sure. Maybe a little, he did not read to me as too young to jerk me out of the story if that makes sense.@Angie: Hope it works for you.

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