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Woven Dreams (Tapestries #3)

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Third in the Tapestries series. In Javara, women are scarce and brothers must share a woman, although only one can claim her as a wife. Scarred and maimed from a battle fought almost a year ago, Jarmon Bakra is afraid chances are slim that he and his twin brother, Garrik, will find a bride. While on a hunting trip, the brothers stumble upon a woman claiming to be a tapestr ...more
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Published July 11th 2006 by Ellora's Cave (first published 2006)
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Jun 30, 2016 karen marked it as romance-covers-i-have-loved
if i didn't already have a shelf for "romance covers i have loved," i would have immediately created one just for this book.

really, book??? REALLY??

you are killing me with this
May 09, 2011 Susan rated it really liked it
Review: Woven Dreams is the third book in N.J. Walters Tapestries series and this one is sure to leave you panting in excitement. In Javara the men outnumber the women, so every woman marries at least 2 men. Jarmon and Garrik Bakra are twins with hopes of finding a wife that is willing to live and love them. Genny is running away from abusive brothers and is found by Jarmon and Garrik. What the twins don’t know is that she is the sister to their bitterest enemy. When their passions collide, the ...more
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Apr 16, 2012 Oleta Blaylock rated it really liked it
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This series just keeps getting better. I love Jarmon and Garrick, mostly Jarmon though. I have a weakness for strong, wounded (physically or mentally) alpha males. Jarmon definitely fits that bill. I also enjoyed getting to know Genny. She was very special and definitely the perfect match for the twins. I was glad that they all found each other and that the last of the older Craddock brothers got what they deserved even if it was too quickly done. A definite recommend.
Apr 06, 2013 Nickcole rated it it was amazing
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Overall: I was really looking forward to the twin's story and i wasn't disappointed. Jarmon's story really touched me from the the second story when Jane had to come into his room and help bring him back from the land of the dead. I really thought Genny's character was perfect and her past history really worked out well with Jarmon. Another thing i liked about the series, as each story progresses, I noticed the even though the woman has to pick one husband she tends to love BOTH of the
Aug 10, 2013 MK rated it really liked it
This is the story of Jarmon and Garik, the last two brothers of the Bakra family. And Genny, the sister of the Craddocks, the Bakra's enemy.

I feel the emotional ups and downs of each characters, howvthey help each other heal their wounds both emotional and physical. The chemistry also is good, and I like the fact that the brothers have equal footing in their claim to Genny, just like the 2nd book. The way that Genny falls into the brothers' arms is quite different from the other book, so it is r
I really liked this one. It was slightly different than the first two books in that Genny is actually from the same planet and not from Earth.
Jul 17, 2012 Katherine rated it really liked it
This was a beautiful story and an erotic fantasy for sure!
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I sure wish this was in nook
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Once upon a time N.J. had the idea that she would like to quit her job at the bookstore, sell everything she owned, leave her hometown, and write romance novels in a place where no one knew her. And she did. Two years later, she went back to the bookstore and her hometown and settled in for another seven years.

One day she gave notice at her job on a Friday morning. On Sunday afternoon, she receive
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Other Books in the Series

Tapestries (7 books)
  • Christina's Tapestry (Tapestries, #1)
  • Bakra Bride (Tapestries, #2)
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  • Embroidered Fantasies  (Tapestries, #5)
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