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"What a first book in this amazing new series.It is a beautiful, sensual, erotic story...Ms Trim, Ms Julka what abook, it has everything, a real page turner." ~The Romance Cover
5/5 - Top Pick
"Authors Brenda Trim and Tami Julka dosuch a wonderful job of creating characters that you can't help but fall for; you want to know what happens, you root for them,cry with them,cheer with them, and keep reading until you turn that last page. Thereis plenty of action, fighting and adventure, twists and turns on everypage that keep you on the edge of your seat. At the same time, there isthe tender and steamy story of the complicated dance of fated mates." ~Readers' Favorite
"Paranormal fans looking for their next taste of vampire romance won't want to miss this exciting, sensual story of old world lore and modern day mayhem...a scorching introduction to the Dark Warrior Alliance." ~ RT Book Reviews
About the Author
- Publication date : January 29, 2015
- File size : 1713 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B00SI7PAVG
- Publisher : DWA Concepts, LLC; 1st edition (January 29, 2015)
- Print length : 372 pages
- Language: : English
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1977850316
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,317 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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In addition to its many deliciously steamy scenes, Dream Warrior is also a story about letting go of the pains of the past and being open to the unknown possibilities of the future. Zander, the Vampire King and alpha male used to having his every word obeyed instantly, must be patient and tender in order to win over the heart of the woman he is fated to be with. Elsie, a heartbroken widow, secretly spends her nights hunting down the fanged creatures responsible for her husband's death, and she is unsure how to handle her attraction to this new intense and sexy male specimen.
While some aspects of the novel may exist solely in the fantasy world, Brenda Trim & Tami Julka successfully suspend readers' disbelief regarding vampires, supernatural abilities, and alternate realms. They write characters who are complicated, lonely, insecure, short-tempered, devoted, scared, brave, timid, and - lest we forget - sexy, to say the least, and readers quickly become invested in the lives and futures of the characters.
Dream Warrior is a novel that I highly recommend if you are looking for a sexy adult paranormal romance with substance. This story will keep you up at night and leave you wanting more.
Please note: Due to the graphic details of sex scenes, this novel is for recommended only for audiences ages eighteen and older.
The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat that all of that info here. The story, and series, is a PNR story about a group of vampires and allies trying to survive, despite demons and humans hunting them. Dream Warrior is a fresh take on the typical vampire storyline. This book and the characters are well written. I look forward to reading more of this series.
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Secondly, Elsie was seriously annoying. The book fell into the trap of trying to make the heroine perfect, and have everyone love her, and she was supposedly good at everything... and it just doesn't work. To me, she seemed a little brainless with no real substance to her.
Thirdly, Elsie's "black hole" of grief. If we heard that phrase once, we heard it a million times a chapter, and once was more than enough. I was sick of hearing about it.
Also, the men were all a little too "nice" for a bunch of male warriors living together they frequently sounded more like a bunch of women.
Overall, it was a pleasant enough read and since the rest of the books are cheap, I'll read book two and hope the warrior in question isn't "Scottish".