Review: Lovers of Her Dreams by Julia Talbot

Lovers of Her Dreams by Julia Talbot
Release Date:  February 5, 2014
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave LLC
Pages:  97
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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Savannah doesn’t want to believe in magic, even when she knows it exists. So even though she keeps having incredibly sexy dreams about two beautiful men, she tries to ignore them. At least until she wakes up one morning with a new tattoo and no way to account for it. She turns to her hot neighbor Tim for help, since he knows a tattoo artist who might be able to explain. Tim and Ryder are more than buddies, though. They’re the lovers who have been invading Savannah’s dreams.

Werewolf Ryder and dream walker Tim have wanted Savannah since she moved in next door. They desire her enough that Tim can’t stay out of her dreams, and Ryder is marking her in their sleep. With their lust out of control, they need to find a way to help bring out Savannah’s magical side, and draw her into their loving circle without driving her away.

 

Review:  Lovers of Her Dreams by Julia Talbot is not part of a series that I could find but I wish we get to see these characters again in the future.  I chose this book because the premise of the story was very interesting.

Savannah does not believe in magic to the point its apparent that someone influenced her.  She keeps having dreams about Tim and Ryder the two sexy men that live next door.  However, when magic makes in presence known to Savannah she goes to the two men next door for help.

Tim is a tall blond dream walker with tons of energy.  Ryder is a golden brown werewolf.  They have known for a while that Savannah completes them but they have not pushed her.  I loved that Ms. Talbot was able to show both Tim and Ryder individually interact with Savannah.  Tim comes across as mysterious because his powers as a dream walker were not really gone into but more glossed over.  Ryder being a werewolf was addressed.

The connection between Tim and Ryder is blistering and only gets more intense when Savannah is added.  Savannah’s issues will take a while to get over but Tim and Ryder will help her along the way.  The sex scenes were intense.  I loved seeing Time and Ryder together as well as all three together.

This book is very well written with an interesting plot. The main and the secondary characters were interesting and appealing.  At 97 pages long, this story had a well-defined beginning, middle and end.The ending of the story was a bit predictable but it was interesting to see how these characters get to the end.  Overall, this was a great story.

 

Melissa sig