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Bring Me A Dream (Reveler #5) by Erin Kellison

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Synopsis: The madman and the nightmare…

Vincent Blackman is a little…unhinged. He recently fought a nightmare from the world Darkside and won. Now he fears nothing and wants revenge on the man who had his father brutally murdered. And how convenient to find an ally in Mirren Lambert, his enemy’s gorgeous and sexy daughter. Unfortunately, she’s made a few enemies of her own.

She might be a nightmare, but she’s also his ultimate fantasy.

Mirren was born half human, half nightmare. She was on the run from her ruthless father, but when he abducted her young son, she knew he had to be stopped once and for all. Dangerous Vincent is just who she needs to help her, though she has a perilous part to play as well, infiltrating her father’s circles to discover his secrets. They learn something dark is stirring in the dreamwaters, and it’s reaching toward the waking world. Vincent might be holding on to the last of his sanity, but that’s okay, as long as he holds on even tighter to her.

Review: The 5th book in the series was ok.  I liked the two main characters, Vince and Mirren, and the action picks up right where book 4 leaves off.  Vince is a man with demons, he knows that he is no longer the man he was before he was stranded in the Scrape and nearly died, he knows he is crazy.  Mirren Lambert is a woman haunted by her father’s cruelty and doesn’t know how to trust anyone.  Both of the characters team up because they both want something that they see, by working together, will get them what they want–Didier Lambert dead and her son safe from her father. Along the way they hook up and find solace and peace within each other’s arms. The action is quick, the plot even quicker.  It was a short read and didn’t really slow down.  It wasn’t overly dramatic and passionate, but it was enjoyable to see the next chapter in the Reveler world unfold.  A new bad guy emerges at the end of this book and the question arises as to whether the devil they knew could have been better to deal with than the devil they don’t.

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