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  • Paperback: 206 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 12, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1441411593
  • ISBN-13: 978-1441411594
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "tteditor" on November 11, 2002
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"Life is but a dream."
Dreams can sometimes be used to tell us our innermost secrets if one can interpret them correctly. Sometimes dreams may even be erotic fantasies. Now, imagine you dream of the same man almost every night . . . for twenty-five years. In your dreams, he knows you intimately and you even watch yourself sharing his life and bearing his children. Edwina Johnson has been having such dreams since she was ten. She has grown to love this man in her dreams and no other man will ever measure up to the reality of her fantasy. That is, until the dream walks into her shop. Her dream. In the flesh!
Klaus von Bruner has watched Edwina since he first became aware of her genetic research. He recognized it for what it was; brilliant. He knows that she may be the key to the future of his kind. His own future with this woman is a bit more personal. He finds himself completely infatuated with her. Never in all his long years has a woman captured his imagination as completely as Edwina has. The first night he met her in her shop was almost like a dream come true for him. He had kissed her senseless and she had given herself over to his control without a fight at first. He could have taken her the first time there, but he knew to do so would quite possibly be to lose her forever. He wanted her to come to him willingly, without reservation.
Edwina knew she could not fight her attraction for the handsome Klaus. Her only hope was to put him off for a while, until she could get to know him outside of the dream. But she was finding out rather quickly that her sweetest dreams and reality were one in the same.
When Edwina is threatened by a disgruntled tenant, Klaus knows he must do his best to speed up his plans to marry her. He wants her safe with him . . . for eternity.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By O. Blaylock on December 18, 2002
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It would be wonderful if we could all experience the all encompassing love that Klaus has for Edwina it would be a wonderful address. Edwina is a smart, confident, private and caring individual. She has had dreams about Klaus since childhood. No man has ever been able to live up to his standard, so she has remained a virgin. When he walks into her gardening shop, she is as drawn to him in the flesh as she is in her dreams.
Klaus has wanted Edwina for a long time and has no desire to wait any longer. He will do whatever it takes to win her as his companion and wife. He is a determined, driven, compassionate, and understanding person. He is gentle and loving with Edwina. I highly recommend this book.
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Edwina Johnson started dreaming about a special man when she was only 10 years old and now twenty-five years later; he is still in her dreams almost every night. This fantasy man has woven a world of titillating romance and erotic adventure. After all this time, she has stopped wondering about the interpretation of the dreams and just enjoys.

No wonder Edwina never finds a man good enough in the real world. No one measures up to the unbelievable man in her dreams.

And then...one night the mysterious Klaus von Bruner shows up at her store and totally blows her away. They are drawn into a web of hot erotic attraction but Edwina wants
to take her time getting to know Klaus before everything gets too out of control.

Klaus has been watching Edwina for many years and knows her research in genealogy is brilliant and may have some answers for him. He wants her for his wife but wants her to make that decision on her own.

The tension between the two people is scorching. Klaus is protective, respectful, caring and hungers for Edwina. When a disgruntled tenant threatens Edwina, Klaus wants to keep her safe with him so that they can have a life together...for all eternity.

Cassie Walder has written a marvelous story about vampires that has a new refreshing outlook. In this case, this enticing story draws you to the creatures of the night with a whole new prospective. Makes you wonder, if all dreams can come true. Just maybe, they will.
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By A Customer on May 13, 2004
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I have to say that this was a bit of a snooze. I found the characters to be very dry and 2 dimensional. I was even skimming towards the end hoping for something interesting to happen. It didn't. There are better ways to spend your money. (coffee, chewing gum, a good pen....)
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