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Dreamer

Dreamer

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by Kate Austin
     
 

He had spoiled her for all other men. It would be a laughable clich? if it weren't so tragically true. But the mindblowing sex Miri had experienced in her brief encounter with Jack had invaded her dreams and filled her with unquenchable longing. And she'd lost her orgasm! Nothing she did could bring it back.

Her desperate need had driven her to reckless

Overview

He had spoiled her for all other men. It would be a laughable clich? if it weren't so tragically true. But the mindblowing sex Miri had experienced in her brief encounter with Jack had invaded her dreams and filled her with unquenchable longing. And she'd lost her orgasm! Nothing she did could bring it back.

Her desperate need had driven her to reckless sexual adventures with dangerous liaisons. But they all seemed unbearably tedious compared to that singular electrifying experience...and the tormentingly delicious dreams that allowed her to relive it again and again.

Her friend Heather had once told her to be careful what she wish for--she just might get it. How ironic that her one wish--that her night with Jack would never end--had come true...but only in her dreams.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426825910
Publisher:
Spice
Publication date:
12/01/2008
Series:
Spice Briefs Series
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
66 KB

Meet the Author



Even though Kate is an Aries (the fire sign), she thinks of herself as a water baby. She can't resist the ocean; it sings to her. Every day, she spends at least a few minutes watching the water, and on good--or very bad--days, you can find her walking the seawall for hours, rain or shine.

Kate Austin has worked as a legal assistant, a commercial fisher, a brewery manager, a teacher, a technical writer and a herring popper, while managing to read an average of a book a day. Go ahead, ask her anything. If she doesn't know the answer, she's more than happy to make it up because she's been reading and writing fiction for as long as she can remember. She's got loads of practice at making things up.

Kate blames her mother and her two grandmothers for her reading and writing obsession--all of them were avid readers and they passed the books and the obsession on to her. And she reads everything, from fantasy to mysteries to literary fiction to romance. She's addicted to books, and buying them is her biggest expense.

Kate Austin writes the same way--passion combined with a big dose of addiction. It's part of her day, every day. She loves writing, the process and the product, and is astonished and delighted that twenty years on, she's finally getting paid for it.

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Dreamer 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
CeCeSG More than 1 year ago
This was a short story, only about 46 pages, but it was bell told. Sometimes it was hard to read because the writer would interupt a sentence to insert a though, but still a good short story. Would like to read a longer story by this author.