Dr. Cecilia - Ceci - Bradford at your service. I dance, rock climb, and have mastered MMA because just being a 26-year-old doctor isn't enough. It doesn't keep me from remembering the terrifying night my life changed, the night my true love died. I was nearly 17. Life goes on, but the secret I keep is that I still talk to him in my dreams.
That was getting me by until Tabron showed up - or, more specifically, until the six-foot-two brute of a Viking whisked me off to another planet because his leader is dying. And the joy didn't end there. I'm being forced to choose a mate.
The Brausa are facing extinction. Tabron has no need for a mate himself, and he's told me as much. Multiple times. What he does have are hands and wicked lips that stir feelings I thought lost forever. Choosing him (just to play along until I can find a way home) seems to irk him, and I find this surprisingly fun. But surviving a hidden conspiracy and the dangers of this alien place might be more difficult than I could ever imagine.... Book three of The Dreamwalkers .
©2014 Danube Adele (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
The story had several interesting ideas, but should have been made into several books, not into one. If the author decided to stay with the whole "being haunted by a dead first love" in a "modern times" romance, it would have been fine. Or "a female doctor being kidnapped by beings from another world" and kept the whole sci-fi romance, it would have been fine as well. But not both at the same time. It was distracting and I just could not stay focused with the book.
The narrator was good. She put such an enthusiastic flare on the reading of a first person point of view, it made it seem like it was really the main character talking through her personal experiences. She even made the "villains" have really annoying voices so you as a listener could not like them.
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