Originally from Southern California, S.G. Rogers has also lived in Asheville, North Carolina and Laurel, Mississippi. Currently residing in beautiful Savannah, Georgia, S.G. Rogers writes historical romance, fantasy, and romantic fantasy stories. She’s owned by two hairless cats, Houdini and Nikita, and lives on an island populated by exotic birds, deer and the occasional gator. Tab is her beverage of choice, but when she imbibes, a cranberry vodka martini doesn’t go amiss.
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Smashwords book reviews by S.G. Rogers
- The Artist's Inheritance (Antique Magic, Book #1)
on Dec. 08, 2012
"The Artist's Inheritance" had a wonderfully creepy undertone to it, sort of like the movie, Rosemary's Baby. Caitlin's husband Trevor, an artist, is increasingly absorbed with his latest work...a rather devilish chair. Caitlin discovers she's sensitive to the supernatural, and goes on a quest to unravel the mystery behind what is possessing Trevor, before it's too late. The story has ghosts and demons, plus witches who are on the side of good. I liked the way Caitlin wouldn't give up on her husband, no matter what. The novel is the beginning of a series, and I'll be looking for the sequels. A very well done debut novel for Revezzo.
- Caitlin's Book of Shadows (Antique Magic #1.5)
on May 27, 2013
This was a really interesting and creative "bookend" to The Artist's Inheritance, although you could read it either before or after and enjoy it. I liked reading a little about Caitlin's descendants, as well as having a peek into Caitlin's life after The Artist's Inheritance. Well done, and I can hardly wait to see more about the Celtic goddess Arianrhod.The Artist's Inheritance: Antique Magic series (Volume 1)
- Drawing Down the Shades (Antique Magic, Book #2)
on March 10, 2014
I enjoyed this book. Poor Trevor is wavering again, on the verge of being possessed by a spirit or worse, and his wife has to figure out how to make things right. Fortunately, nascent witch Caitlin has the help of her trusty coven and an awesome spirit dog to help. Of course a particularly awful imp is to blame, but nothing is ever really clear when you're dealing with the spirit world! I liked Caitlin's spunk as she dealt with this current crisis, and I particularly enjoyed the dog. Good read.