Meet The Team

Rachael Byrne


Rachael started Les Rêveur in 2015. She lives in Melbourne with her wife and son. When she’s not reading and reviewing Lesbian fiction, she’s building Lego with her son, Rory or making up stories with him of faraway lands. Rachael spends her days working for a startup and daydreaming about writing her own stories. She’s a fierce advocate of LGBTQIA+ rights and wear her feminist heart on her sleeve.

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Amy Bright

Amy Bright is a native of North Carolina. She works in the library of a large research university. Amy and her wife have been married for nine years and contend they are still on their honeymoon. In their free time, they enjoy travelling and spending time with their four small dogs. You can often find her blogging on her website: Conversations with my Wife

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Carol Hutchinson

53211766_110961519886774_2573508940420889015_n1.jpgCarol is based in the UK. When she isn’t reading (which is a lot of the time!!!) she works full time, is studying for a degree, volunteers in the local community, and when she has time likes to dabble in a little writing. 

She started her review blog LESBIreviewed in 2018 and shortly after teamed up with the amazing Rachael at Les Reveur in efforts to work towards building an amazing place for diverse reviews for all readers and grow the community. 

LESBIreviewed concentrates on delivering honest reviews for lesbian fiction, both written, and more uniquely in video format via a YouTube channel (link below).


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Sue Rossmann


Sue lives in Sunny California with her wife of 30 years, two girls and 3 fur babies. She is a Data Analyst and lives for spreadsheets. She got into lesfic just four years ago when a friend called out of the blue after 30 years apart and said “hey guess what? I wrote a book” That opened up a whole new world to her. She reads everything she can get her hands on. She has always reviewed her books and encourages everyone to write a review. She always says “it’s like giving our writers a warm hug in appreciated for their hard work.”

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