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Dreams of a Stolen Child (Stolen Child #3)

3.93  ·  Rating Details ·  29 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Nightmares were supposed to begin with dark and stormy nights, not the cheerful colors of a carnival. Love was supposed to strike like lightning, not slip quietly through dreams and sleep until it bled into the waking world. Faeries were supposed to be myths...

Funny how nothing in Gentle Carver's life was what it was supposed to be.
ebook, 65 pages
Published November 30th 2011 by Resplendence Publishing (first published January 1st 2011)
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После первых двух книг, это - душераздирающая тягомотина.

So tragic and so drawn out, hurt and and pain and devastation all around. I do love meself some poor hurt and suffering souls =)~

but this was wa-a-ay over the top. I could barely finish it. Redcap was the only one who kept me going. There is a bit of his history revealed in the process, which made it worth reading.
Anna Mayle's writing is always evocative, and her characters have a rare, otherworldly quality. Her faerie stories aren't always easy to stomach, but there is so much beauty in the dark, brutal fantasy world she has created. I'm always captivated by her imagination.
Phil Ansell
Mar 19, 2012 Phil Ansell rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: m-m-romance
Another wonderfully written short story in the Stolen Child series. Not as erotic as book 1 and not as dark as book 2, Dreams of a Stolen Child is much more touching and tender, but equally as beautiful and gripping.
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Reviewer: Sean
Publisher: Resplendence Publishing
Genre: Dark Fantasy
Rated: 4 Hearts

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Aug 04, 2013 Nicole rated it it was amazing
Shelves: faery, favorites, dark
OMG these books are so beautiful.
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Differences in the Series... 1 6 Dec 01, 2011 09:16PM  
I grew up in the woods and wild, in a place almost forgotten by time, I learned that the best moments in our existence are the ones filled with the spirit of the earth when you are surrounded by family. Even now, thirty years into my life, I find there is nothing more important than family and nothing more soothing than a quiet forest and softly flowing water.

Currently I make my home in Lansing i
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