Each night, Devon Bradshaw dreams of him – her fantasy lover. She can feel his heated gaze on her and hear his deep breaths, yet as consuming as their shared desire is, they can't connect.
Until she performs a love spell.
Cael Oneiros is stunned when Devon appears on his cosmic plane. For months, he's watched over her as her Dream Weaver. As a sleeper assigned to his care, his job has been to lead the beautiful redhead into REM sleep. Visiting her each night, though, has led to deeper feelings. He wasn't supposed to fall in love with her, but he has.
Now every night Devon visits Cael, their connection grows – but even the most innocent of spells can have repercussions.
All around town, people are acting strangely. Tempers are short, and chaos is starting to reign. Nobody is dreaming. Nobody except Devon.
When her dream man shows up in flesh and blood, she has to decide if he's really the man of her heart… or the demon of her dreams.
Note to readers: This story was previously published as What She Wants At Midnight. It has been updated and signficantly expanded.
About the Author
When taking the Myers-Briggs personality test in high school, Kimberly Dean was rated as an INFJ (Introverted-Intuitive-Feeling-Judging). This result sent her into a panic, because there were no career paths recommended for the type. Fortunately, it turned out to be well suited to a writing career. Since receiving that dismal outlook, Kimberly has become an award-winning author of romance and erotica. When not writing, she enjoys movies, sports, traveling, music, and sunshine. Follow Kimberly on her website https://kimberlydean.com and on Twitter @KDean_writer.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Dream Man wasn’t what I was expecting at all. When I read the blurb, I was excited to read it but then my excitement deflated; after all wouldn’t this be another heroine just dreaming of another tall, dark, and hunky guy with no plot? So I set it aside, even though I had promised the reading service (Reading Ally) I received it from that I would review it in a timely manner. So, after a couple weeks of letting it sit in my e library I was hunting around for a book to read. A And Dream Man was only 250 pgs. So I thought I could knock this one out, never thinking that that’s 250 paperback pgs. But when it comes to e book pages it doubles. But I had Dream Man read within two days nonetheless. I couldn’t put it down! So many twists and turns. And the sex! Now, the sex between the main characters as good, but the sex between the secondary characters was hot! The chemistry was insane. Dream Man is not just a book where Devon dreams of a lover. Dream Man is so much more, and I was excited to stumble upon all the secrets, especially the one about Devon that she didn’t even know about. Dream Man is worth the read and I’m excited to read the next book in the Dream Weaver’s series; Dream Walker.