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The spine-tingling sensation of romances with an edge comes alive with Silhouette Dreamscapes. Readers will discover excitement, adventure...and ultimately, love. Danger lurks in the darkness, but so does passion; and passion, combined with the power of love, triumphs in the end.
Paperback, 304 pages
Published January 1st 2001 by Harlequin Books (first published 1994)
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Mara
Aug 17, 2015 Mara rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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This author isn't for me. I end up resenting her heroines strongly. They are powerless victims, useless damsels in distress, unable and unwilling to use those neurons flying around in those hysterical, irrational heads of theirs.

This book grated on my nerves, and the temptation to dnf was pretty strong. Again we have lust/love at first sight. Again we have the deus ex machina of an external force making her a zombie (see the drug in The Prophet).

I understand this author tries for a Hitchkockesq
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Pamela
Oct 19, 2016 Pamela rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I read the first book in the Graveyard Queen series and I liked it very much, I then read the rest of the series to date all within a few days and I liked the series even more this book however I did not like at all, the grammar was off, and it seems everyone was either speaking snapily or angrily, and then we find Erin who has a hard time trusting and opening up to people give in and have sex with Slade, then a few words from Racine and she is wondering if he could be trusted, anyone else see ...more
Tammy Wooding
Jun 30, 2016 Tammy Wooding marked it as books-i-have  ·  review of another edition

Was he her protector? Or a predator...

It was the final glimpse Erin Ramsey would have of her sister: Megan's body, drained of blood, lying lifeless in a New York alley. Tormented by the fact that she hadn't been there when her sister needed her, Erin promises herself that she'll find Megan's killer.

Detective Nicholas Slade tells Erin to go home, back to California. He says he doesn't want her to be the murderer's next victim. But his warning comes too late. Erin is already in danger, in thrall t

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Tammy Wooding
Jun 30, 2016 Tammy Wooding marked it as books-i-have

Was he her protector? Or a predator...

It was the final glimpse Erin Ramsey would have of her sister: Megan's body, drained of blood, lying lifeless in a New York alley. Tormented by the fact that she hadn't been there when her sister needed her, Erin promises herself that she'll find Megan's killer.

Detective Nicholas Slade tells Erin to go home, back to California. He says he doesn't want her to be the murderer's next victim. But his warning comes too late. Erin is already in danger, in thrall t

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Jul 12, 2011 Trudy Whatnot Books rated it really liked it
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Released in 1995 Prior to the urban fantasy, writing of Laurell K. Hamilton and other well know authors. this book Considered a Dreamscape. Could be considered a mild version of today's more elaborate books. The hero's status is never made clear, Erin fights but does she yield to her dreams- nightmares? While not written with today's blatant otherworldly style.

A very enjoyable read!

Christie
It wasn't too bad of a story, albeit how easy it was to figure out who was who in the very beginning. The repoir between the two main characters was good although there was a bit of repetition in the story; so much so that I was starting to repeat it in my sleep. The concept was pretty good.
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Amanda Stevens is the award-winning author of over fifty novels, including the modern gothic series, The Graveyard Queen. Her books have been described as eerie and atmospheric, “a new take on the classic ghost story.” Born and raised in the rural south, she now resides in Houston, Texas, where she enjoys binge-watching, bike riding and the occasional Horror Night with friends.

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