Review for Skylar's Dream (Dream Series #1) by Caissy Boudreau





My Review

Caissy Boudreau’s “Skylar’s Dream” is a paranormal romance short story. There were lots of intimate and sexy scenes. The characters are a good amalgam of different types of people. The writing style wasn’t for me, it was very direct. I also thought there were too many plot elements involved, it was like the author tried to cram in every single kind of paranormal element in existence.  I would have liked to see more character development and details. Maybe the author should expand this into a full-length novel.


3.5 out of 5 stars

http://www.amazon.com/Skylars-Dream-Book-1-ebook/dp/B00P9UONHM/

Caissy Boudreau

Caissy was born and raised in South Louisiana.  She now lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and 2 kids.  She has 2 dogs and 3cats.  She is an avid reader and she is a lover of all things paranormal.  Her favorite is vampires.  Since she was a teenager she has been obsessed with vampires.  She enjoys spending time with her family and friends.  She enjoys watching hockey and football.  Her children are both diagnosed with Autism.    She has been married to the love of her life for 15 years. 
     Her debut novel Skylar's Dream is based on her dad.  She lost her dad 15 years ago to suicide.  She has dedicated this book in memory of him.  He was a strong influence in her life.  Her grandmother's continue to guide her and give her encouragement every day.
  She has always wanted to write since she first read “The Vampire Lestat” by Anne Rice.  She has never had the courage until recently.  Her husband encouraged and guided her to accomplish her dreams.    Her children are true inspirations to her.  She does not take anything for granted.  Every day is a blessing. 

Look for titles by Caissy Boudreau:

Skylar’s Dream

Lucy’s Journey Part One


Fated Destiny


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