Hero of the Month

Edward Cullen from SM's Twilight

Hero of the Week Archive
Hero of the Month Archive

Our Favorite Authors

Author Blogs That Rock

Our Personal Blogs

Blogs We Like To Read:

Blogroll Us!

Random Books from our Library:

Rowena Is Reading:

Isabel is Reading:

Holly is Reading:

Grace is Reading:

Jazz is Reading:

Daphne is Reading:

Recent Posts

One Little Sin by Liz Carlyle
New Jersey Romance Writers Book Fair
Midnight Man by Lisa Marie Rice
Hot Target by Suzanne Brockmann
What Makes A Classic A Classic?
Scandal in Spring by Lisa Kleypas
Devil in Winter by Lisa Kleypas
Secrets of a Summer Night by Lisa Kleypas
Because You're Mine by Lisa Kleypas
And Then Came You by Maureen Child

Old Stuff

January 2006
February 2006
March 2006
May 2006
June 2006
July 2006
August 2006
September 2006
October 2006
November 2006
December 2006
January 2007
February 2007
March 2007
April 2007
May 2007
June 2007
August 2007
December 2008


All About Romance

Wanna Buy A Good Book?

Barnes and Nobles
E Bay

Email Us:
Got a question you want to ask us? Email us at:



Who links to us?

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Into the Dreaming by Karen Marie Moning

I couldn't find a blurb online about the book. And I'm not going upstairs to grab my book to type it out.

Plot: The Unseelie King makes a bargain with Aedan ( I think that's how you spell it). Spend five years with the king and he'll spare Aedan's life and his clans. Aedan agrees. However, the king fails to mention he meant fairy years. Translates to five centuries. During this time, Aedan slowly forgets his past and is trained to be an assassin. But... at the end of the five years, Aedan is to return home for 30 days. If he is loved and he loves in return, he is free. If not, he belongs to the king.

So the Seelie Queen decides to help Aedan out. She sends an enchanted tapestry to the woman who is to save Aedan. She arranges it so the the couple will meet in dreams.

Meet Jane. She's trying to get her book published, however, the editors reject her for too much purple prose. Jane thinks by writing about the hunky highlander she see's in her dream will get rid of him. Then in the mail, she receives a tapestry. The next morning she's medieval Scotland.

What I liked: I liked when Jane "accidently" leave a few pages of her book in the hall. Of course they are the steamiest scenes. But she leaves them in hopes of seducing Aedan. It works.. kind of. For short story, it wasn't rushed. They didn't rush into having sex. Which is a plus for me.

What I didn't like: I had some questions when the story ended. For example, there is a remark that the Unseelie king had a plan. He didn't seem to upset that he lost Aedan. So I'm thinking maybe we'll get more answers in the the Fever books? I don't know.

Grade: B-

Labels: , ,



Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home

All graphics made by Mailyn of ImaginaryOrigin.Blogspot.com unless otherwise noted. Please do not copy any of my designs.