Review: Changeling Dream by Dani Harper

Changeling Dream by Dani Harper
Series: Changeling (#2)
Release Date: June 28th, 2011
Publisher: Kensington
Page Count: 368
Source: Provided by FSB Media for review

In times of stress Jillian Descharme has always found calm in her dream of a great white wolf with haunting blue eyes. But she is startled when the visions return and this time seem so real. Late at night he comes to her, speaks to her, touches her. It’s almost as if he’s alive… Thirty years ago James Macleod lost his wife and unborn child to a killer bent on destroying the Changelings. Though he longed for death his animal instinct fought for survival and James has been a wolf ever since. Yet now a woman has reawakened the man in him taming wild instincts but arousing still wilder needs. With his ancient enemy hunting the legendary white wolf James must fight for new life new hope new love.

Review:  Book 2 of Dani Harper’s Changeling series really holds its own. With the same excellent writing and realistic, snappy dialogue, Harper engages you and draws you into the world of the Macleod pack and life in the Canadian north. Jillian and James come together and the sparks fly right from the start. Jillian is a survivor with a true horror in her past. She’s pushed herself beyond that, but the psyche is not easily healed. James has baggage like you wouldn’t believe, but he also has strong family ties and a solid base that allows him to reenter the human world. In the end, Harper manages to tie all the loose ends together and give Jillian and James the ending you definitely find yourself rooting for.

Well done, Dani Harper! I can only hope that more stories about the Macleod pack are brewing in that talented brain.

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