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Ever think Scrooge had it right before the ghosts ruined his life? Meet Aidan O’Conner. At one time he was a world-renowned celebrity who gave freely of himself and his money without wanting anything in return...until those around him took without asking. Now Aidan wants nothing of the world—or anyone who’s a part of it. When a stranger appears at his doorstep, Aidan knows he’s seen her before…in his dreams. Born on Olympus as a goddess, Leta knows nothing of the human world. But a ruthless enemy has driven her from the world of dreams and into the home of the only man who can help her: Aidan. Her immortal powers are derived from human emotions—and his anger is just the fuel she needs to defend herself…One cold winter’s night will change their lives forever…Trapped together in a brutal winter storm, Aidan and Leta must turn to the only power capable of saving them—or destroying them both: trust.

©2007 Sherrilyn Kenyon (P)2011 Macmillan Audio

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DO NOT MISS....... OR THE WHOLE SERIES

Another great Dream Hunter book - yes, it's too short but it's ohhh sooo sweet.

Set at Christmas time - a disillusioned famous but reclusive sexy actor, a log cabin, a beautiful Dream hunter saviour and a villain are all in this short story of love can conquer all.......... and second chances.

Worth a credit? Yes, but it's cheap enough to just buy and save your credit for a longer book.

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It's like Christmas came early for me.

I enjoyed listening to this story and it came at such a great time of year. As soon as Dream Chaser comes out in audio then I will have all of the Dream Hunter/Dark Hunter novels on audio! I can hardly wait.

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It's like Christmas came early for me.

I enjoyed listening to this story and it came at such a great time of year. As soon as Dream Chaser comes out in audio then I will have all of the Dream Hunter/Dark Hunter novels on audio! I can hardly wait.

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Upon The Midnight Clear A Dream Hunter Novel.

It was mainly about a Dream goddess by the name Lera. She is also an Oneroi or the dream huntress she became a dream hunter. After she lost her whole family members and her life too in the hand of one the dream hunter of pain. She was human, married and loved very much by her husband. She also had a little girl, and she was killed by the same dream hunter who was a dream god of pain. Who thrive by bringing pain and insanity to humans through their dream? He caused so much pain and brought and caused a human to kill their entire family. He was banished into hail, for the punishment of his crime against humanity. With all the pain and madness that he had caused some of his victims. But while he was in his captivity and punishment for his actions toward the pain inflicted on humanity and sufferings. Donnie was able to summon Dolor, the dream god of pain. After he successfully summoned the dream god of pain, he requested him to kill his brother. The dream god of pain asked for sacrifices and offerings. Donnie killed his son as a sacrifice for the god of pain. Of which Aidan O’Conner was the individual to whom his brother has made this request. Hades did grand Persephone her request for both Leta and Aidan O’Conner because of the love she saw between these two. Since after Zeus did kill Leta and no longer in charge of her in death it is now the responsibility of Hades’. The request of Persephone was granted by Hades’ who gave the two lovers time to live another lifetime together. For the body and life of Leta to live as human and be with her loved one who is now Aidan O’Conner. On their first Christmas, she gave Aidan a gift of their sonogram of their infant child. Beautiful beginning after all that this to has been through in their different lifetime.

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Another great Dream-Hunter book

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Anyone who is into the Dark-Hunter/Dream-Hunter series should listen to this audiobook. It was very well done. I've very much enjoyed this series and even more so since they have been recorded on audiobook. It gives it a whole new life and a great way to enjoy it.

What about Fred Berman’s performance did you like?

I've thoroughly enjoyed Fred Berman's work on the Dark-Hunter books and more. I think him and Holter Graham are two of my favorite narators. Both of them really get you into the story and you forget its just one guy doing all of the voices. Plus they pull of the jokes and the sarcasam really well.

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Read then listen

I have read this series years ago. Now I a listening I think I love them more.

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A feel good change of pace!!!

I liked this book so much cause it really touched me in a time in my life when I felt truly jaded, where so many had done me wrong out and I felt I had nothing left inside me to trust anyone.
Reading this book reminded me that there is always light to be found in the darkness!!! That walls can be broken down and love can be let in again!! And when you do it will blow you away with how much brighter and better it can be.
Thanks again Sherrilyn Kenyon!!!

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Short story but really liked it! Love the Dream Hunter stories- it’s a nice mix with the Dark Hunter and Were-Hunter stories.

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Short but sweet.

This book was a dream hunter spin off. More of a condensed version of prior books when it comes to plot. Thou short, I still enjoyed the story. Ended up just buying the book since to was less than the cost of a credit, however, I do feel like it should have been more in the $7 range instead of $10. Does not seem critical to the continuation of the series so you could skip it unless you can't get enough of these books!

Other PRN books I think are fantastic are anything by Jeaniene Frost, Heather Hunter's Irin Chronicles (really beautifully written and narrated), Dianne Duvall's Immortal Guardian Series, Jacqueline Frank's Nightwalker Series, Nalini Singh's Guild Hunter Series, J. D. Tyler's Alpha Pack Series and Tessa Dawn's Blood Curse series (very dark take on vampires). Patricia Brigg's Alpha and Omega series is really good too, thou more just paranormal than a PRN, romance is subtle but totally worth a listen unless you require steam. Most of these are available in the Romance Package which is a bonus if you like to binge.

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Predictable

Not sure where this book fits in the Dark Hunter series, good story for sure, a tad predictable for plot.