Dream of Me/Believe in Me

Dream of Me/Believe in Me

by Josie Litton
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Dream of Me/Believe in Me 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 66 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
DREAM OF ME. The Vikings and the Saxons are at war as they have been for centuries. Viking leader Wolf Hakonson believes that the ¿Ice Princess¿ Lady Cymbra is the cause of the latest conflict. Leading his men on a raid of her castle, Wolf captures Cymbra, but quickly she melts his heart with her passion as love sets in between the duo.

BELIEVE IN ME. As a follow-up to the beginnings of peace started by the marriage of his sister Cymbra to the Viking, Lord Hawk weds Norsewoman Lady Krysta. He knows he must do whatever it takes to make this marriage of state work if he is to build on his sibling¿s success and further the cause of peace. However, the Saxon and the Viking never anticipated love to enter their relationship.

Readers gain two full historical novels for the price of one book as Bantam showcases the debut of Josie Litton¿s strong new sub-genre voice. Both books contain strong characters and resplendent details distinguishing the era when the Vikings and Saxons constantly fought one another. The story lines are well written, never slowing down with only one problem. If readers are as selfish and hedonistic as this reviewer, they would have wanted a triplet rather than wait a whole month for book three.

Harriet Klausner

NikkiSimone More than 1 year ago
Bought the two books - Dream of Me/Believe in Me combo and was happy that the reviews on them hit the nail on the head. My favorite of the two was the first one (DOM) with Wolf and Cymbra but the second story with Hawk and Krysta (BIM) did not disappoint. This is storytelling at its absolute best - great character development and not the typical storyline which was all the more intriguing. Well done Josie Litton - you have a new fan!! I am ordering the 3rd in the series - I absolutely can't wait to read what happens with Dragon and Rycca!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Besides being a very sexy romance novel this great book also contains historical and cultural information that adds trementously to the story. The viking invasions of Britain and life in a medieval viking community makes this romance fascinating.
But, the bottom line is the romance is fantastic. A virile hero, a beautiful woman, danger, power, the works in one book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fantastic
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ive read close to 200 romance novels-from the more mainstream titles such as the "Outlander"and"50 Shades"series, to the more serial romances like the"De'Warren"and"Dukes of War"series, etc-, yet I truly cannot remember enjoying and looking forward to reading the next one in a series quite as much as I have while reading this particular trilogy in at least a year or more! I recommend reading them in order, but you certainly dont have to. In fact, the only reason I think you should is because after you have read any one of these three books, you'll feel compelled to read the others,and when you do you'll know more than you would like and wish you'd simply bought them all at once and read them in order;) So go ahead and buy the first two as a set and the third and final one seperately. You will fall in love with the first one and happily have to proceed from there (Wolf and Cymbra's story is my favorite so far).
CD1966 More than 1 year ago
Josie Litton is one of the best writers I have ever read to me she is right up there with the at the top. All of her stories are complex and romantic. Just loved it
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GMC11 More than 1 year ago
This one belongs in a romance hall of fame. Cymbra and Wolf's story grabs you right from the beginning. Wolf's in a much of a tug of war over his preconceived ideas of the high born Saxon Lady Cymbra as he is hotly attracted to her...weakened by it even. And he doesn't like that. The two come together in the best battle of wills you'll ever read in historical romance. Just do yourself a favor and buy it.
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I really enjoyed this double book. Two great love stories. Great heros and great heroines. I got a little tired of cymbra constantly putting herself in danger but both stories turned out great. Id like to read about dragon now. Some sex but not too explicit. Phyl p
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a VERY short book; only 88 pages on Nook. I wish Barnes and Noble would include page amount with the other Details area. I would not have ordered this book if I'd known how short it was. It's like "speed reading" a regular-sized book. Save your money; it wasn't that good either.
LadyRambo357 More than 1 year ago
Love Love Love these two stories. Great character and story development. The love between the men and women in these books have just the right amount of sparks and smiles to keep you reading them. The last book of this trilogy is called Come Back to Me and it is as wonderful as these two. Read this... I promise you will not be disappointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
DOM 9/30/12 Excellent Medieval series bginning.
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Stories were very well written, great characters. Love the way this author writes. Definately have a new fan. You won't be dissapointed with these romances.
angela_1876 More than 1 year ago
Awesome book, could not put it down. Love the historicals!!!
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Too perfect people. At least she made sure that all the hair color and eye color groups of sexy men and women were represented. Predictable prose and story structure. When something exciting happened...other than the earth-shattering love-making sessions...it seemed to be thrown in as an after thought that the hero had yet to save the heroine from a villain. And I'm sorry, but I'm getting more and more annoyed with romance novels where the hero is named after some sort of top-of-the-food-chain animal. I'm sure most of us readers can pick up on the fact that the hero is an alpha male (it IS a romance novel) without being batted over the head with ridiculous personifying imagery.
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