Dreamweaver (Wild Men of Alaska Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The book is exciting with twists and turns difficult to predict. It's sexy and humorous, and I really love the supernatural portions. Helmer must have done some substantial research into Tarot and the power of crystals, and I love it. There are some deeper philosophical musings as well; how much of what we think we know is real, and what is the world truly like?
The characters are well planned and believable, as in all Helmer's stories. Gemma's mother, Siri, is my absolute favorite person in the book.
Dreamweaver is no exception. I love the characters and the story. And having lived in Fairbanks, Alaska, it was nice to 'visit' thru Helmer's writing. One might think that quirky characters are the exception (and maybe a little too out there) but having lived in Alaska for so many years, I can assure you that they are not and Helmer captures the nuances beautifully. Entertaining, fun, and sexy.
wonderful job of weaving a sweet love story into an unforgettable
Alaskan background. The magical northern lights bring Gemma and Lucky
together in a unique way, and the scene while they're in limbo? Hot!
Ms. Helmer has a permanent place on my must-read list.
by Tiffinie Helmer
"Lucky" Leroy Morgan's life was cut short when he was murdered. And now he is stuck in Limbo unwilling to move on after he gets a glimpse of the future he was supposed to have with an amazing woman he hadn't met yet. He attempts to seduce her in her dreams, using the Northern Lights as a conduit to earth.
Gemma Star has done her best to not follow in her mothers footsteps. She wants to keep both feet firmly planted in the reality of her life and not act like her spacey, tarot card reading mother. But lately there is a man that keeps showing up in her nighttime dreams and her mom says that he is a Dreamweaver and that she should be careful and not let him steal her soul. But Gemma is more concerned that Lucky has stolen her heart.
Review: What a good book this was. I couldn't put it down. I thought.... how is the author going to work this out with Lucky being stuck in another realm and only being able to reach her in her dreams. But as the book progresses, so does their ability to reach one another thanks to the Northern Lights. The sacrifice that Lucky is willing to make because of his love for Gemma is so sweet and heartbreaking at the same time. Great job by the author in engaging my emotions and keeping me engrossed in the story as she weaved an excellent love story.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The characters were very colorful and made it a very enjoyable read. I especially loved the ending. Thanks Tiffinie for another great read.Published 15 months ago by teresabeam
This was a pretty good story. I liked both Gemma and Lucky. Their story was unusual but interesting. Read more
This was a great story! There were a few typos but nothing too severe where the thoughts became misunderstood. Read morePublished 16 months ago by T.Graham
Wow this was a very unusual read that I enjoyed for its spiritual aspect. Being Native American it connected with me and I was mesmerized with how she developed the storyline. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sportochick's Musings
I purchased this as part of a four book bundle. It is a good paranormal romance that slightly touches on one's beliefs in the afterlife. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Margaret M. McGovern
Great fun. I read it all today. Didn't wNt to stop. And I love happy endings. I guess it calls for a wider mindset.Published 20 months ago by Jackie Baker
Sweet little love story about people finding their way to their true love ones. A short fairy tale for adults.Published 22 months ago by JO FORB
This series had me wanting more. I am desperately waiting for another book in the series. Worth reading. Read morePublished on April 2, 2014 by Amazon Customer
Third book of Wild Men of Alaska series.
Not sure why I keep reading this series, as neither of the books has been good enough so far. Read more