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Into the Dreaming (with bonus material) (Highlander) Hardcover – April 24, 2012
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Karen Marie Moning is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Fever series, featuring MacKayla Lane, and the award-winning Highlander series. She has a bachelor’s degree in society and law from Purdue University.
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Into the Dreaming is about Jane Sillee, who is a would be romance novelist, who keeps getting her manuscripts rejected. At night, Jane dreams about her own Highlander. One day she comes home to find a box, with a tapestry that has a picture of a Highlander in old Scotland. When Jane looks closely, she sees that the highlander is her very own dream lover.
Aeden MacKinnon has been imprisoned in Fae land for 500 years. The Unseelie King has tortured, and brainwashed him to be his very own Vengeance warrior, to do his bidding. A dark and evil being, programmed not to feel, but to kill at the King's command. Aedon no longer remembers who he was, only that his name is Vengeance, and he is ice cold in every way.
The Seelie Queen decides to save Aeden, but since she cannot interfere, she plots secretly to enable Aeden to break the contract. If Aeden can find someone to love him within the one month that he is free, he will become totally free, or else be binded to the King forever. Enter Jane Sillee and her dreams at night with Aeden, something the Queen set into motion all those years before.
Jane wakes up the following morning and finds herself lying naked on the beach by the sea, with a kitten purring next to her. Thinking she is still into the dreaming, Jane begins to explore and finds her dream lover and a castle. But this is not the Aeden she made love to every night in her dreams. Jane begins to realize that this is not a dream, and somehow she has been transported back in time to Scotland. She sees her dream lover as a man who does not remember her, and is totally cold and in human. Jane understands more later, when she hears a voice that tells her she must find a way to save him or lose him forever.
She sets out on a plan to taunt him and make him to begin to feel again, in order to help break the evil that surrounds him. I really did enjoy the book. It was a light read, and fun to watch Jane try all kinds of things to entice Aedon. Jane will do anything to make Aedon feel his sexuality, as well as to make him remember her. The kitten was adorable, and a nice touch. I won't spoil anything by telling you what happens, but with all the extras in the book, it is worth to buy this novella and read this story. I for one was happy to be back in Highlander time again, but I also cannot wait for Iced and Dani O'Malley. It was fun to spend sometime with our Highlanders, but its time to go back to the dark and Fever land.
What pushed me over the edge to buy is the fact that KMM was offering a peek into what she was calling the Dark Highlander Lite...the alternate draft of my favorite Highlander book. It talks about those portraits that were never fully explained and has a completely different heroine. I love getting this rare glimpse into the story and KMM's thoughts while pulling the book together.
Another wonderful item is a peek into the graphic novel FEVER MOON. I admit I'm not big on graphic novels, but I wanted to see this.
All in all, it isn't the typical "book" from KMM, but I got exactly what I was expecting when it arrived wrapped in that gorgeous cover. Love it!