SUZANNE JOHNSON is a magazine editor and feature writer with more than fifty national writing and editing awards. A longtime New Orleans resident, she helped rebuild for two years after Hurricane Katrina. Royal Street was her first novel and is the first book in an urban fantasy series about the Sentinels of New Orleans, wizards who guard the storied city against preternatural dangers. As Susannah Sandlin, Suzanne is also the author of The Penton Vampire Legacy, a series of popular paranormal romances.
The first book in the series was fun, but this second one is much better in terms of both story and character development. Read morePublished 1 month ago by H. N. Stone
I already had this book waiting to be read as soon as book one was done. I loved the characters in this series and the twists and impacts from book one are felt throughout this... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jennifer Lally
The second book in the Sentinels of New Orleans, RIVER ROAD picks up a couple of years after ROYAL STREET. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Leeanna Chetsko
D.J. is a wonderful character who women can relate to and her co-workers, acquaintances, and friends are just as much fun as she is. :) Definitely a series to keep up with.Published 3 months ago by Rreader
I am an independent reviewer for 'Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock'. I received this book from the author and from 'Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock'. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ann Ellis
So I was a little disappointed when I started reading this book and realized it takes place 3 years after the first book left off. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bambi_Unbridled
I thought her imagery was excellent, some of the passages were laugh out loud funny. Especially the 3 see no evil monkeys. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Pam Cole
River Road picks up three years after Hurricane Katrina, and our heroine has matured and blossomed into a pretty awesome sentinel. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Toni @ My Book Addiction
An ARC of this title was provided by the publisher for review.
I've got to admit; when I first read Royal Street I couldn't help but pick apart the similarities with... Read more