Jonah considers himself the most boring person in existence. Even his dreams are boring; the most exciting dream he's ever had involved folding laundry. But then, in the middle of a dream about eating cereal, everything changes.
A faint memory of an unseen visitor, impressions that vanish upon waking, become dreams that leave Jonah exhausted, afraid, and determined to figure out who is turning his boring dreams into a terrifying game of cat and mouse.
©2010 Julia Alaric (P)2014 Less Than Three Press, LLC
The blurb really doesn't give much info and there weren't any written reviews, so I had no idea what to expect. I really couldn't tell that it was a romance from the blurb, nor that it was MM, even though it showed up in my recommendations along with other MM romances.
The mystery of who is chasing Jonah in his dreams is solved pretty quickly. The rest of the story is essentially the love story between Jonah and Morpheus. The sex scenes are more alluded to or fade to black than is my preference, though that really doesn't detract from the story. I enjoyed it enough to try more from this author.
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