All is quiet at Janet Begay's Crossroads Hotel, where the paranormal is normal, until Emmett Smith, the most powerful mage in the world, arrives to announce his intent to steal Janet's smart-mouthed magic mirror.
Janet already has her hands full trying to keep her sister Gabrielle under control as well as plan her upcoming wedding to her dragon-Shifter boyfriend Mick and taking care of the weird creatures that suddenly turn up at Barry's biker bar.
When Janet is knocked out fighting the creatures, she wakes up seemingly in the past, after she and Mick had first met and traveled across country by motorcycle, alone and free. The dream seems so real that Janet begins to forget it isn't.
The dreams call her back, each one more powerful than the last, until she can no longer distinguish between past and present, and she's not the only one affected. Janet and her friends - Mick, Cassandra, Nash, Gabrielle, Coyote, her grandmother, and the dragons - must band together to thwart this greatest of magics before it splits them into fragments and leaves the world vulnerable to the most evil of evils.
©2016 Jennifer Ashley / Allyson James (P)2016 Jennifer Ashley / Allyson James
I am addicted to audiobooks. It makes my 1 hour (each way) commute go by without me becoming an agressive driver. lol
Allyson James writes/tells a fabulous story. She gives enough detail to bring you in and capture your sense of advanture and romance. She doesn't give you any irrelevant information. She ties in the previous books very subtly. Hillary Huber does a fantastic job of narrating this very dynamic series. Janet and Mick have a very sexy relationship. Even when it is drastically tested. Love this story and this series. One more to go and then I guess I will have to branch out to other Allyson James stories to see how they compare.
I can now do my work and listen too. Hearing a professional reader is the best--great way to pass time.
I have read all 4 books in the Stormwalker series, and then waited for book 5. Almost a 21/2 year wait. But you came out with book 5. I was wondering if I needed to reread at least book 4 to remember what was going on---but found out quickly there was no need. "Dream walker' is beautifully written with all of the back story information needed and reminders of the actions in the other stories, and yet an all new story--well done. Great use of the magic mirror and using all the important characters made the story flow seamlessly. Cant wait for book 6
First, the reader it's phenomenal!
second, i love alternate realities, so that part was just thrilling.
Third, seeing glimpses of her past was great.
And lastly, their deep love and affection for one another is heart warning
this feels like it was a transitional book in the series and kind of slow because of it.
Narrator does a good job.
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