What Dreams May Come

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Knightly Dreams by New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon Betrayed by love, Taryn doesn’t believe in heroes—until a bare-chested hero literally steps out of her paperback romance and into her heart. Is her mind playing beautiful tricks? Or has her fantasy become a reality?

Shattered Dreams by USA Today bestselling author Rebecca York Who wants to harm Miranda? The answer to that question lies in the psychic visions of her former ...

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Overview

Knightly Dreams by New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon Betrayed by love, Taryn doesn’t believe in heroes—until a bare-chested hero literally steps out of her paperback romance and into her heart. Is her mind playing beautiful tricks? Or has her fantasy become a reality?

Shattered Dreams by USA Today bestselling author Rebecca York Who wants to harm Miranda? The answer to that question lies in the psychic visions of her former lover—astonishing revelations that could reunite them forever, or plunge them both into jeopardy.

Road of Adventure by RITA Award–winning author Robin D. Owens In life, Jake and Shauna were destined for love, until a twist of fate changed everything. Now, with otherworldly help, they have one more chance to prove it’s possible. If they heed the lessons they learned on earth...

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Even the most unlikely dreams of love come true in this anthology of magical romance, with stories by New York Times–bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon and by Rebecca York and Robin D. Owens. In Kenyon's "Knightly Dreams," Taryn Edwards is ready to give up on men, after catching her boyfriend with his secretary, when an old woman in a bookstore prescribes an old-fashioned hero to her. The purple paperback shows a handsome, bare-chested man, Sparhawk the Brave, who emerges, straight from the Middle Ages, to spend seven days with Taryn. Together they learn to write a new ending to their romance.

In Rebecca York's "Shattered Dreams," psychic powers reunite a long-lost couple, as sculptor Caleb Mancusco pays attention to a vision that helps him rescue his former girlfriend, Miranda, from a serious accident and from the hands of those who want to kill her.

In "The Road of Adventure" by Robin D. Owens, Jake and Shauna get a chance to rewrite their love history (think Groundhog Day) and finally get it right, with the help of an amazingly ugly talking cat named Boris. It all adds up to a more than satisfying anthology for lovers of fantastical romance. Ginger Curwen

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Dreams come true in the most unlikely and magical ways in this diverse and captivating trilogy of novellas from some of romance's favorite storytellers. Kenyon's "Knightly Dreams" conjures up a dashing hero who walks out of a romance novel; Rebecca York's "Shattered Dreams" reunites two lovers in a psychic connection to stop a killer; and Robin D. Owens's "Road of Adventure" gives two potential lovers who missed meeting in life the chance to relive their lives, with more successful results. Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425210857
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/5/2006
  • Series: Berkley Sensation Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 684,685
  • Product dimensions: 4.22 (w) x 6.84 (h) x 0.84 (d)

Meet the Author

Sherrilyn Kenyon

Sherrilyn Kenyon is the New York Times bestselling author of the Dark Hunter series of paranormal romances.

Ruth Glick has written more than seventy novels, most of them under the pseudonym Rebecca York. She and her husband live in Columbia, Maryland.

Robin D. Owens is the RITA Award-winning author of Heart Duel and Heart Thief.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    three fabulous fantasy romances

    ¿Knightly Dreams¿ by Sherrilyn Kenyon. After catching her boyfriend Rob Carpenter in a position with his secretary that would make them the centerfold lovers of the Karma Sutra, Taryn Edwards swears off love. That is until Esther the bookstore owner introduces her to an old fashioned knight in shining armor, Sparhawk the Brave. That is literature so how come he is by her side and she is in love. --- ¿Shattered Dreams¿ by Rebecca York. Near Monterrey, California Miranda Grove feels alone while her once teenage lover Caleb Marcuso sculptures her in stone to replace the flesh and blood he still desires even though several years have passed since their families separated them. Yet they share a psychic connection perhaps because their love never stopped flowing, but will that prove enough to bring them together before as she knows only he can save her from an evil trying to kill her? --- ¿Road of Adventure¿ by Robin D. Owens. Jake thought Boris the cat is the ugliest creature he ever saw. When the feline talked to Jake he almost soiled his underwear. Boris is back from the beyond to fix an error he inadvertently caused during one of his lives. Jake and Shauna were supposed to be lovers forever, but somehow failed in spite of their destiny. The ghostly cat plans to give them a second chance together in love on the ¿Road of Adventure¿. --- These are three fabulous fantasy romances that enable the audience to escape into a world where the reading is fun, fine, and fantastic. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted December 10, 2011

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    Only draw was the 1st story

    3 short stories in 1 book. 1st story was good and would have liked seen the story develop much more. 2nd story was just ok and the 3rd didn't really do much for me. The draw was the 1st story the others were not very well developed and felt somewhat teenish in the way the love interest developed vs. more adult. It was a struggle for me to get through the last story. I do like Kenyon's books so that was the draw.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 9, 2006

    uneven collection

    I really enjoyed Knightly Dreams by Sherrilyn Kenyon. Was a nice twist about being in charge of your own destiny...literally. The best part of Road of Adventure by Robin D Owens was the talking cat. Didn't really like either of the main characters, and didn't care if they got together or not. Wanted to hear more from Boris tho! Shattered Dreams by Rebecca York was okay. I liked the psychic aspects of the story, but it didn't really grab me.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2005

    Anthology

    Once upon a time, Miranda was in love, but somehow, things did not work out; now when someone is trying to kill her, her hope of salvation is as dangerous and the peril in which she finds herself. She must risk her heart and life both to trust the man who left her with 'Shattered Dreams by Rebecca York, a tale that will stretch your imagination. .................. Robin D Owens will tickle any cat lover's fancy, as an ill tempered, talking, angel cat, Boris, assists two lovers in getting a second shot at life and love in 'Road of Adventure'. ...................... Taryn has given up on her dreams of love, she certainly is not having any 'Knightly Dreams, until straight from the pages of a book, a handsome man in chain mail steps into her life. He has one week to make her love him, or be doomed to live out the dreams of a twit, trapped inside a book for eternity. This is Sherrilyn Kennyon's best work ever, one that will strike a chord with anyone who has latent dreams of being a writer. ........................ **** Three bestselling authors come together to give readers a gift. Be sure and add this book to your must buy list. ****

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2005

    Very Disappointing

    Not up to par for any of the authors. It reminded me of the old Harlequin Romance novels, very syurpy.

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