Priestess Dreaming (Sisters of the Moon Series #16)

Priestess Dreaming (Sisters of the Moon Series #16)

by Yasmine Galenorn

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We’re the D’Artigo sisters: savvy half-human, half-Fae operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. My sister Delilah is a two-faced werecat and a Death Maiden. Menolly is a vampire married to a gorgeous werepuma. And me? I’m Camille, a Moon witch married to three hunky husbands, and I’m about to journey through the veils to search for a long lost legend…

With the war in Otherworld raging, the Queen of Shadow and Night summons me to her court. Aeval orders me on a quest through the mists to find an ancient ally of hers. I am to seek out The Merlin and wake him from his long sleep. Surrounded by danger on all sides, with Morgaine and Bran along for the journey, I must pray they are allies rather than enemies, as we undertake a perilous search through the labyrinth of time…

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780515154757
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 09/30/2014
Series: Sisters of the Moon Series , #16
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 253,233
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Yasmine Galenorn is the New York Times bestselling author of the Otherworld series (Crimson Veil, Autumn Whispers, Haunted Moon) and the Indigo Court series (Night Veil, Night Seeker, Night Vision).

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Praise for the Otherworld series:

“Erotic and darkly bewitching…a mix of magic and passion sure to captivate readers.”—New York Times bestselling author Jeaniene Frost

“Yasmine Galenorn creates a world I never want to leave.”—#1 New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon

“Spectacularly hot and supernaturally breathtaking.”—New York Times bestselling author Alyssa Day

“Galenorn’s imagination is a beautiful thing.”—Fresh Fiction

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Priestess Dreaming 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Justpeachy1 More than 1 year ago
The D'Artigo sisters are back in Yasmine Galenorn's sixteenth book in the Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon series, Priestess Dreaming. This book is a work of art from the gorgeous cover illustration to the strong female characters and sexy men who love them. Galenorn once again thrills readers with an action packed story that will keep them on the edge of their collective seats. Camile, the Moon witch is the main protagonist in this one and fans of the series will love her search for The Merlin and the nod to the legends of King Arthur. A good addition to the series! What I liked: I was a little skeptical the first time I read a Yasmine Galenorn novel. I mean let's face it, she is a little intimidating. Especially, with a series that is sixteen books in. But after reading Crimson Veil the book that comes before Priestess Dreaming, I at least felt like I had a good understanding of the world building, the important relationships and an overall grasp of the story arc. I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to jump into this book and feel good about where I was within the story. I'm not a big proponent of starting a series that is this far along, but I might make an exception for this one. One of the things that I really like about Galenorn's writing is the strong female characters that she writes. All three of the D'Artigo sisters have a strength that is born of adversity. Camile, is a Moon witch and is the lead character in Priestess Dreaming. She has a tough skin and has been through a lot. But she knows who she is and is comfortable in her own skin. She has three sexy husbands and somehow still manages to make it look easy. But she also has a vulnerability about her that makes her endearing and intriguing at the same time. A very well written character. Most of the action in the book begins closer to the middle of the book, than in the beginning. Galenorn goes to great lengths to inform readers who may be reading her books for the first time about what has gone on before and how we got to this point. So, there is an inordinate amount of backstory in the beginning, but once the quest to find The Merlin begins the action picks up to a frenzied pace. When The Merlin finally returns Earthside to take on the wyrm, the showdown is over very quickly. I wasn't quite sure how to take that. It seemed like the resolution was a bit too easy for my tastes. This is supposed to be one of the most villainous foes they have ever faced, but it only took a few pages to take him out. I was expecting a more formidable bad guy and to feel like the characters were really facing mortal danger. Galenorn does bring the conflict in The Otherworld a little closer to home and the sisters face some loss in this book that was unexpected. Galenorn, thankfully, is not one for cliffhangers and the book does come to a good ending point. I do think the overall story arc has veered a little bit off course. This book didn't have a whole lot to do with Shadow Wing and the war going on in the Otherworld, though it does touch the subject here and there. We'll see what happens I hope we get back to that. I want to know where this is headed. Bottom Line: I had my ups and downs with this one. I loved the character building and the world building was fantastic as usual. But I felt that the resolution was a bit too easy and that it did not stick very close to the overall story arc. I still liked it a lot and want to read more.
krissysbookshelf More than 1 year ago
My oh My! Yasmine has written one of the best yet. Priestess Dreaming is one of the most intense, most passionate and exciting additions I've read. I thought the others in this series were great but every time Yasmine manages to create something that just can't compare to the next. Where does she get her brilliance from? Its amazing! I especially love the strong female lead balancing out the story and giving readers a sense that they too could be just as sexy, just as powerful. I love it. I love how Yasmine embraces both the beauty and the strength of women that can stand up to and beside strong willful and passionate men. Top it off with some bewitching powers and you got yourself a potent mix. Its too good to wait for the next book I can't get enough!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well done!
ChristineLee More than 1 year ago
Camille is the eldest D'Artigo sister, and a moon witch and priestess. She has come a long way since the beginning. Yasmine Galenorn's Otherworld Novels are my favorite of her series, and Camille is my favorite sister. Whether it's that she dresses as she pleases, is a witch, or has 3 gorgeous husbands, I'm not sure (try all of the above). But her stories are always my favorite.
purrfectmatch More than 1 year ago
Sorry, this is way later than I intended. This is part of a series that needs to be read in order. The first book is Witchling. This installment is told by Camille. I wasn't disappointed in this book but even though it did set up a small mystery of a party interested in Camille and her sisters, it fell a bit short for a story that was supposed to be about Camille finding The Merlin. A wonder opportunity to introduce more Fe creatures, and draw the reader deeper into the Elder Fae realm. It just seemed you were taken in than out. PLus, a bit more dramatic ending for an ancient enemy, would have been nice, but I do understand, why it was written the way it was, it did make sense, but when you build toward something, one expects a bit more bang, This wasn't one of my favorite installments in the Sisters of the Moon Series, it is still a good read.
LadyDragonRider23 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the twist on the legends of King Arthur. I can't wait for the next book just to see what may come with the out come on this book.
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Great story, as usual, but there are several errors (repeating phrases within 2-3 sentences and some continuity things) that editors should have picked up on.
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