Lizzie Love wrote a novel and her whole life changed.

Elizabeth Love is a wife and mother who loves her daughters dearly but has been trapped in a sexually and physically abusive marriage to her husband, Scott Travers, for the last two decades. Lizzie turns to writing stories for her favorite TV show Through the Mirror to escape the trials of her life; her husband, his friend Randy "The Adonis", the crazy ...
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Dream Weaver

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Lizzie Love wrote a novel and her whole life changed.

Elizabeth Love is a wife and mother who loves her daughters dearly but has been trapped in a sexually and physically abusive marriage to her husband, Scott Travers, for the last two decades. Lizzie turns to writing stories for her favorite TV show Through the Mirror to escape the trials of her life; her husband, his friend Randy "The Adonis", the crazy clients in the law firm where she works, the bickering amongst her girls and the ever-increasing stack of bills which she lives under.
Michael Gray a/k/a Dennis Johnson of Through the Mirror fame has just lost his job. The show has been canceled after 10 years on the air and he is now faced with the unenviable task of looking for work as he tries to break out of the genre of science fiction and being type cast as the 'nerdy geeky doctor'. Married to the diva Gabriella Phideaux for the last four years, they have two children whom Michael adores but Gabby could do without.

With the her favorite show going off the air, Lizzie writes an original novel "The Shaw Street Strangler" which is quite out of character for her and the darkly erotic material she's come to write about Dennis over the years. Breaking out of the mold the book is a smash but not everyone is happy when Lizzie is forced to stop writing her Through the Mirror stories and soon the threats pour in to the offices of Pauline Depoix, a high-powered literary agent who's taken Lizzie on as a client. When the novel hits, Michael sees his way out of second-rate roles on second-rate television shows. He jumps off the page and into Lizzie's life as he helps her write the movie script. Much against the warnings of her husband, Scott, and Lizzie's better judgment, romance blossoms under the hot California sun.

All is not well as the Masked Panty Raider, a huge fan of Lizzie's Through the Mirror stories for the past several years, sets out to get her back. Adopting the persona of Eddie from Elizabeth's novel he stalks her over the Internet and into the Real World, following her from her home in Connecticut to British Columbia and a cozy cabin where Michael and Lizzie are snowed in alone together for three days. Finally The Masked Panty Raider follows her to Hollywood and the set of "The Shaw Street Strangler".

But who is the Masked Panty Raider? Just some whack-job from the Internet? Someone from Lizzie's past? Scott? Randy "The Adonis"? Or is it....perhaps....Michael?

Sweeping romance combined with drama and suspense will keep you turning pages until you find out Whodunit.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012524119
  • Publisher: Moon Mistress Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/28/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 503 KB

Meet the Author

Lisa has been married for the last 25 years to her wonderful husband, Roy. The two live in New London, CT where they raised two (now adult) daughters.

Lisa was recently voted the Author of the Month for Elves on Shelves and is the winner of a plethora of awards for her earlier works. She is the author of 11 novels and 30+ short stories in the Dark Romance genre.

Always enthralled by romantic relationships. Lisa began writing Dark Romance stories in the 7th grade. A fact which her fellow students adored but often got her called down to the Guidance Counselor's Office to discuss her stories. Not deterred by the counselors but instead spurred onward by them (although they puzzled over the content of her work at such a young age, they always complimented her creativity and the way she told a story) her teachers and classmates, Lisa continued to hone her craft.

Today she brings conflict and suspense to unique couples through her full length novels. Never one to shy away from the less pleasant things in life, and instead believing it is in the Darkness where Character is created, determined, and defined, her heroes and heroins have their love tested by demons from within and without.

Her latest full-length novel "The Heart of War" blends timeless Greek Mythology with Erotica, Romance, and Suspense as Ares God of War falls in love with Alena, a seemingly fragile Fey. The lovely Alena is on the run from Cernunnos, Celtic God of the Forest and Death. The peace and quiet of Ares' secluded Greek isle is interrupted when the Olympians demand he turned her over to them. Glorious battles, hot romance, and dark passions combine in "The Heart of War".
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2008

    A Must Read

    Dream Weaver is a sensational book with plenty of romance, angst, thrills, and chills. The descriptions of the characters and the circumstances they find themselves in is done with the attention to detail that it draws you in to such a point that you really feel like you can relate to them and what is going on. The protagonist is one you will love as much as you will hate the antogonist. I highly recommend this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2008

    I stayed up all night

    I couldn't put this book down no matter how hard I tried and I read the whole thing in one night. Great storyline and wonderful characters along with beautiful writing and narrative. I highly recommend it.

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