Dream of Me

Dream of Me

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by Lisa Cach
     
 

Theron, undying creature of the Night World, knows everything about making love. But though he’s an incubus, a bringer of carnal dreams to sleeping maids, he has grander ambition. He plots to step into the mortal world and rule as king. The beautiful Lucia is imprisoned in a fortress atop a mountain. Her betrothed, Prince Vlad of Wallachia, wants her purity intact;

Overview

Theron, undying creature of the Night World, knows everything about making love. But though he’s an incubus, a bringer of carnal dreams to sleeping maids, he has grander ambition. He plots to step into the mortal world and rule as king. The beautiful Lucia is imprisoned in a fortress atop a mountain. Her betrothed, Prince Vlad of Wallachia, wants her purity intact; but when the prince breaks his vow, nothing can keep her safe. In the name of vengeance, Lucia will be subjected to Theron’s seduction; she will learn all his lips might teach. A demon of lust and a sheltered princess: each dreams of what they’ve never had. They’re about to get everything they wish . . . and more.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780505525192
Publisher:
Leisure Books
Publication date:
08/26/2008
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
4.16(w) x 6.76(h) x 1.09(d)

Meet the Author

Ms. Cach is a nationally bestselling author who helped launch Harlequin's Red Dress Ink imprint with Dating Without Novocaine. She has published with Pocket Books and is currently writing for Penguin Books. Cach won a Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award and has been a RITA finalist.

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Dream of Me 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
CJisME More than 1 year ago
This is a really good book. It has just the right elements. I love historical romances and paranormal romance. This is both in one, what could be better than that. Cute humor, giggled several times. I was entertained enough with this book, that the laundry had to wait because I just had to finish it. My only complaint would be that I would have loved to have more bonding time and experiences between the characters, it was a tad rushed. Keep in my mind that I was sad to see the book end, so this may be why I wanted it to have more length, lol. Do yourself a favor and read this book!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Recently i have been getting bored of the usual paranormal romance with weres and half weres and vampires in love with humans so i was looking for something a bit different and i came across Dream of Me. This is an amazing read. Lucia is a great character, very innocent whereas Vlad is a very bad man who is power hungry then theres Theron a dream demon who slowly but surely falls in love with Lucia. Read the book and enjoy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read the first novel, Come to me, but I didn't expect that this one would be even better. I thought the Samira had busted my sides laughing but it was nothing compared to this book. It's a must read. Trust me, I didn't see this one coming. Someone hit me with a fastball.
Guest More than 1 year ago
His deal with Vlad will give Theron access to a treasure he could only dream of, Lucia, a beautiful princess kept sheltered in a tower by her domineering brother. She is so innocent that she does not even understand what she wants, but Theron, an incubus, knows, for he has given her desires. Now, in control of Vlad's body, he will give her everything that he wants. The main problem in their way is himself. For he does not have a body of his own, but must rely on the cooperation of his host. Lucia makes him want not just to be a better man, but to be one. .............................. *** In the prior book to this, 'Come to Me', Theron was the villain. Now, he is the opposite, but still very bad. Even Lucia's love can not totally reform him, as will be proved on the last page. This is the ultimate Gothic novel. ***
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1423 Eastern Europe, Theron the incubus admires the unrestrained ambition of Vlad of Wallachia, but detests the wannabe world king since the mortal broke a promise he made to him. Theron wonders if Vlad is 'a few stars short in his constellation' especially when it comes to his obsession involving Lucia the virgin. Lucia has been kept apart from men by magical means so that she remains pure in thought and body when her betrothed Vlad comes to collect her as a pawn in the battle with Moldavia. The Incubus decides that Lucia is his instrument to teach the- would- be king a lesson in mortal humility........................ Still curious about the ways of men with women and encouraged by Theron, Lucia breaks down the magic bonds. Her action enables Theron to visit her with carnal dreams when she sleeps. To his shock, Theron though lacking a heart wants Lucia in the physical realm and his desires seem to be forever to the bewildered Incubus; Lucia reciprocates his deepest feelings. However, Vlad will not sit idly by...................... Lisa Cach continues her delightful romantic fantasies (see COME TO ME) with this fine character driven tale. The triangle on two planes makes for a fun time for the audience who will believe that Incubi are real. Though the rivalry seems a bit shallow as a prime story line, sub-genre readers will enjoy the competition to gain the love of Lucia, a likable female protagonist escaping from lonely incarceration right into love....................... Harriet Klausner