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Dreamweaver by Tiffinie Helmer, Mackenzie Cartwright

Intense...rugged...sexy...untamed... introducing the Wild Men of Alaska.

You've met Lynx in Moosed Up. You've met Skip in Impact. Now meet Lucky in Dreamweaver.

A desperate man...

"Lucky" Leroy Morgan led a charmed life, until he was murdered. Now he's stuck in Limbo, unwilling to move on after catching a glimpse of the future he was supposed to have and the amazing woman who was destined to be his. Using the Northern Lights as a conduit back to Earth, he attempts to seduce her in her dreams, hoping to anchor himself to the physical plane. If he doesn't win her heart, he'll be forever lost.

A tempted woman...

Gemma Star is fairly conventional considering her hippie upbringing. Her biggest fear is that she'll end up like her Tarot card reading mother, who isn't all there. When Gemma starts having out-of-this-world sex with a dream lover, she starts to wonder if she is losing her mind along with her heart. What if her crazy mother is right? If she continues consorting with her Dreamweaver will there be lasting consequences to her soul? Will their love survive? Or is it just a dream...?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781536644982
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication date: 02/21/2017
Series: Wild Men of Alaska Series
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.50(d)

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Dreamweaver 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
camaibarb More than 1 year ago
Tiffnie once again wrote a spell binding story. I couldn't put it down. Loved the idea of the Astral Plane. Descriptions of Alaska and Fairbanks and the wondrous Northern lights was exceptional. Loved Lucky as one of the "Wild Men Of Alasa." Can't wait to read anything this great author writes. She is one of my very favorites.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great book to pick up. My only problem was that I couldn't put it down. Lucky and Gemma both leapt off the page. And Gemma's mom makes me laugh at every turn.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a fun, fast read! It dumps your right into the action from the first line and doesn't let up. Lots of humor, laced with heat, and characters that are really fleshed out, and a problem that is hard to overcome. Lucky, the hero, is dead. I was really intrigued with how the author used the northern lights as a way for Lucky to "visit" Gemma in her dreams. Very original. While this is the 3rd story in the Wild Men of Alaska Series, it stood on it's own. But now I need to get the others, because I loved this author. Check it out!
sportochick More than 1 year ago
Wow this was a very unusual read that I enjoyed for its spiritual aspect. Being Native American it connected with me and I was mesmerized with how she developed the storyline. I loved the storytelling of the Northern Lights and Dreamweavers. Her characters Lucky, Gemma, Tern and Cub were well developed and interesting. Each one made you want to know more about their story. It was fascinating that Lucky knew Tern intimately and how everything was interconnected. A part of me was thinking how the heck will the author be able to take this unique story and make it an HEA but she pulled it off with flying colors and kept me guessing till the very end. I give this 4 STARS. To see the full review visit my blog: sportochicksmusings.blogspot .com
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just loved this story! It has a different feel and tone from this author's other novels, all which I have also loved. This particular book is a fun glimpse into this writer's diverse storytelling skills. It's a fanciful tale of the supernatural, set among the mystical Northern Lights of the sky. It is romantic, witty, and at times laugh out loud funny but also touches on very real emotion with well developed characters. The paranormal aspects of the story and whimsy of the characters makes this such a fun read, and as always, it is full of romance and enough heat to keep you enjoying each page to the very end. Love this book!