Victoria Sheldon's life couldn't get any simpler. Since her marriage to idle businessman Adam, who is frequently occupied with more important matters than investing time in their marriage, Victoria had gotten used to being lonely. She passes the time by watching movies, including those with Kyran Cornell, her imagined flame.
In an instant, while she is walking alone one night, Victoria finds herself abducted and warped into a fantasy...a fantasy guided by a madman with a strange, bizarre appetite for violence.
Half-dazed and aware of impending death, Victoria imagines Kyran the way she's always imagined him when needing something wonderful and beautiful to distract her from a life without love. Instead, without even realizing she is doing so, Victoria contacts Kyran by no less than transcendent means-and finds herself face to face with him. Suddenly, she is pulled away, forced back to the reality of her will to survive and the separation of herself from her attacker.
Kyran Cornell, loved by all who have seen his movies and long since suffocating amongst a sea of adoring women, is beside himself with helplessness after receiving a visionary bond from a mysterious, fascinating woman. Working on sheer intuitiveness, he tries to track her down in an effort to save her before time runs completely out.
Will the bond between them remain strong enough for them to reach each other? Or is it only meant to be...temporary?
About the Author: Eleanor Wagner
Eleanor Wagner is married with two children currently residing in the beautiful countryside of Wantage, New Jersey in Sussex County. Born and raised in Throggs Neck in the Bronx, she attended St. Frances de Chantal and moved on to Cardinal Spellman High School, graduating with the well-known class of 1983.
She graduated from Grace Institute in Manhattan and spent her earlier years working as an Administrative Assistant in the Downtown area of New York while continuously writing in her spare time.
While putting her career aside to raise her small children, she became a children's party clown, Pennywhistle, so that she could safely release her 'inner child' by providing a musical, interactive program for children, utilizing her love of music and singing.
She studied at the Institute of Children's Literature where she learned how to write for children and teenagers, earning her diploma in 1993.
It was in and around this time that she decided to take on the task of putting a book idea down in manuscript form. Dream A Little Dream is the fruits of her efforts and is her first published novel.
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