L. I. Adams
I am currently working on two books, one an erotic thriller and the other an alternative explanation of what happened before the beginning of the Bible. I hope to have both ready for publication by the end of the year. I also work full time as a hotel night auditor and do some editing and beta reading in my spare time.
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- The Lycaning
on Aug. 10, 2012
Oh Wow!! What a concept. This short is filled with bravery, cowardice, love, depravity, and generosity. This is a story about the ending of an old way of life and the beginning of something new and vital. I love the way Lori Lopez has blended an old concept with a new way of looking at were-people. I highly recommend this story to everyone who loves werewolves and zombies.
- Thrill of the Hunt
on Sep. 08, 2012
Slade Carver is an unemployed and broke cowboy and former big game hunter who answers an ad for a ranch hand at the Bent R Ranch. As he approaches the entrance to the ranch he notices there's a lot of work to be done on the place and isn't sure he wants to tackle the job single-handed. He also notices a very hot and young woman leaving the barn. The story is going to test Slades convictions about his life and what he will do to earn a living. I was very surprised by the ending and hope Slade can escape to play again. I like the book and recommend it to adults.
- Black Brig
on Sep. 13, 2012
The Black Brig is a story of madness and cannibalism, of death and horror. It is masterfully told in the first person giving one the impression of being the madman, the mariner. A very quick read and well worth the time.
- An Ill Wind Blows
on Dec. 01, 2012
All I can say is WOW. Lori R. Lopez had my head spinning from the beginning to the end of this fantastic story. Her unusual use of words and phrases conjured images of hope, courage, despair, and so many more emotions all within the space of a few short sentences. The reader is taken on a roller-coaster ride as the lives of Meezly and company are thrust into an unnatural wind. This book is told from the perspectives of all the characters. Ms. Lopez describes each person and allows them to develop into loving and caring or hateful and despicable people as their natures demand. Each character is also rewarded or punished according to their greed and sins or to their repentant and virtuous behavior. I found myself wondering what other peril Meezly would find herself and hoping she had the internal fortitude to overcome the obstacles preventing her from reaching her goal. Ms. Lopez never ceases to amaze me with her style and unconventional way of writing. I know I am always in for a treat and some mind bending reading experiences when I read her books.