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Dream Nights with the CEO (A Secret Desires Novel)

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  • Posted January 16, 2014

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    This book might not be for anyone as it is a quick read and yes

    This book might not be for anyone as it is a quick read and yes tends to be unbelievable and there where gaps in the story line.




    I found it a good quick read. Wyatt and Megan are likable characters and have tons of romantic/sexual tension. They have a history as boss and employee but they trust and respect each other which i like.The dreams they share are not the normal dreams one has in romance novels which I enjoyed as the are unique and give the book something different. Once Wyatt and Megan find out they are sharing dreams things in the real world heat up. I laughed a couple time, there is great heat to the sex(read and dream), and like I said before it was a easy quick read.
    I liked this book... there was a couple issues I had with it but overall not bad. Plan on reading more from Kathy Lyons. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2013

    There is quite a bit of back and forth with dreaming not dreamin

    There is quite a bit of back and forth with dreaming not dreaming. Enjoyed the book but did NOT LOVE the book

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  • Posted June 1, 2013

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    Rating: 3.5 Stars. Megan Bradford has worked for CEO Wyatt Monr

    Rating: 3.5 Stars.

    Megan Bradford has worked for CEO Wyatt Monroe for over three years. Wyatt purchased the Bed and Breakfast (B&B) Megan was working in as a housekeeper.  He realized her tremendous potential and made her his personal assistant.  Unbeknownst to the both of them, they have secretly lusted after each other from the moment they first met.  From time to time, they travel together to evaluate potential new B&B properties. They work really well together; Wyatt is the logic guy and can reduce anything down to numbers and Megan is the free spirit, able to see the beauty, history and character of a space.  During negotiations, they play good cop, bad cop, and usually get what they want.

    Megan and Wyatt discover a B&B with a lot of potential.  The only drawback, the hotel is haunted. The locals have many tales to tell about the place.  The present owner claims she has experienced enough ghostly activity for a lifetime and wants out as soon as possible. Megan is a true believer in paranormal activities and embraces the weird goings on, while Wyatt does not.  In order to really feel and experience the essences of the B&B, Megan and Wyatt spend the night in the room considered to be the most haunted. One problem, only one king-sized bed. Wyatt takes the recliner and Megan takes the bed.  Both experience the same, strange, erotic dream and wake up the next morning, in bed together, naked.  Neither Megan nor Wyatt know how this occurred and they have no memory of anything happening after they fell asleep separately. After further discussion, they discover they have been sharing the same erotic dreams for the past few days, which has only fueled their never acted upon feelings for each other.

    Life continues on as Megan and Wyatt get to know each other on a personal level and experience their dreams in real life.  A surprise brings them even closer together and happiness is in their reach.  The paranormal activity is revealed and another lucky twosome will find love.

    Dream Nights with the CEO by Kathy Lyons is an interesting and engaging read.  To begin with, I didn't realize the title, Dream Nights with the CEO, was a play on words.  Erotic fantasy dreams splashed with superheros and ghosts is the foundation of the story.  Although the premise is atypical, the book is well written, has well-defined characters and is enjoyable.  Another plus, the dreams are hot and steamy.

    I liked this book.  If you enjoy a steamy romance with a ghostly twist, this book is for you.

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  • Posted May 27, 2013

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    I enjoyed this book. At first I thought I wasn't going to like i

    I enjoyed this book. At first I thought I wasn't going to like it it started a little slow and I was a bit confused. A couple chapters in to the book it turned around for me and I started to really like It. Megan and Wyatt had good chemistry and the sexual tension and dream sex was hot. The story was humorous and touching and the last half of the book totally keep my attention. 
    This was not a great book but it was good and I'm looking forward to the next book in this interesting series. 
    I was given this book by the author for an honest review.

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