The Red Files
5 stars – The Romantic Reader
What an amazing book. Ms. Winter did everything right with this one. The mystery is multi-layered, the characters are fascinating and tenacious. Oh yeah, the romance is pretty damn good too! To say I was blown away would be an understatement.
Lesfic book of 2015 – Tara Scott – The Lesbian Review
The Red Files by Lee Winter is the last book I read in 2015, and is also my pick for best lesfic book of the year. It’s funny, sexy, smart, and has everything I want in a romance novel without being overly focused on the romance.
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Requiem for Immortals
5 stars – Amazon reviewer – “I’m Forever Ruined”
Lee Winter, you evil mastermind, what have you done to me? How do you come up with these ideas? What goes on in that brain of yours? My head is still reeling after having finished the book and I can’t focus on my everyday tasks because my mind is consumed with this book. I stayed up late into the morning hours to finish it and had a restless night tossing and turning. I can’t stop thinking about it. THIS BOOK. It’s like nothing I’d ever read before, not just plotwise. If anyone has ever read The Red Files, you’d know how well this author can write but she takes it a notch higher with Requiem for Immortals and does it so well, so beautifully, so poetically.
5 stars – Sheena, The Lesbian Review
As readers, we are forever looking for that elusive read. The one that takes us to a place that no other book has done. The one that sits under your skin. The one that completely captivates you from the first word to the last and then holds you in a death grip while it still shimmers just under the surface of your being, forever changing you. That once in a lifetime read. For me, this was that novel. It was…perfect. This novel made my Top 10 list on The Lesbian Review.
5 stars – Amazon reviewer Anna F.
I wish I were a writer so I could find the words do this wonderful novel justice. It is THAT good. The characters are complex and surprising, the story is riveting, the writing is masterful. I loved Natalya/Requiem’s duality. Alison also bore her duality. Hers was even more subtle. Both women needed to move beyond their conditioning and find their true selves. This novel is one of the best I’ve read. Ever.