Lost Dreams . . .
Janna Bezitt has fought hard to hold onto what is left of her dreams. She has lost everything but her loyalty to the Tiria of Gayome. For the Tiria, she will risk everything. So when an Elasian, one of the Tiria’s enemies, appears in Gayome, Janna must work with him to save Gayome and the Tiria’s newborn First Daughter.
Found Dreams . . .
Tate Wyborn prides himself on believing only what he can see and hear and touch. He denounces Gayomians as fools who live according to legends. So he’s not happy when he and his assistant get stranded in Gayome. And when his assistant abducts the Tiria’s baby, Tate feels duty-bound to retrieve the child. He has no choice but to travel to Elasia with Janna, a woman who hates all Elasians.
Master of all Dreams . . .
Janna and Tate must work together to find the baby and stop a war. Still, to do that, they need to trust each other. They soon find that trust . . . and more . . . in each other’s arms. But when allegiances are tested, will their newfound love be strong enough to save the babe . . . and their world?
Award-winning author J. A. Ferguson lives in Nevada with her husband, children, and a fat cat. She is not sure which is most spoiled.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Elasian scientist Tate Wyborn knows that his country¿s leader the Warmaster assigned his new assistant Selie Konn to spy on him. That knowledge does not phase the loyal Tate who wants his nation to win the war with the Gayomians, a people who believe in magic. However, Tate¿s latest invention fails leaving he and Selie trapped behind enemy lines where woman warrior Janna Bezitt and her soldiers capture them. They are escorted to the Tiria who questions the duo until the Gayome leader goes into labor. Selie offers to help, leading to a successful birthing while Tate fixes his transporter device. However, Selie steals his gadget, abducts the infant, and returns home. Tate and Janna join forces to rescue the baby. During their quest, Janna and Tate fall in love, but can they find a solid ground for a relationship to form? DREAMMASTER is an exciting romantic fantasy in which the key cast members make the two warring countries seem like authentic nations. The story line is exciting because the differences in outlook between the lead characters mirror that of their respective nations. JA Ferguson makes no apologies for a lucid bias towards the magical Gayomians who are much purer in spirit and contentment than the scientific Elasians. Sub-genre readers will relish the complex, multifaceted conflicts that prove Ms. Ferguson is a master at providing her audience with a dream of a tale. Harriet Klausner