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Dreams of the Forgotten

(Sumeria's Sons #3)

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4.13  ·  Rating details ·  370 ratings  ·  50 reviews
For Tristan and Ushna, nothing comes easy and with each passing day the challenges grow and the dangers multiply. The safe home they are building for their family and tribe is threatened from all sides, and the peace they seek is being torn apart by enemies and internal strife. Tristan dares not reveal his condition to any but those closest to him, all the while he's plagu ...more
ebook, Second Edition, 217 pages
Published April 15th 2015 by Less Than Three Press LLC (first published March 23rd 2013)
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Barbara➰
Reread February 2019

Have I said before how much I love this series?

Reread June 2018

Oh man how I love this series. On to the next!

Originally read October 2017

Things are heating up! More and more information is revealed. Tristan is taking up and wielding his mantle of power. His tribe continues to grow. He’s having dreams of a past life and now he’s finding it harder and harder to resist the pull to claim Ushna in all ways. He has to keep fighting his beast refusing to keep Ushna from his Tw
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Optimist ♰King's Wench♰
2.5 Hearts

Objectively speaking (or at least my attempt at objectivity) if you enjoy MPREG, you'll probably enjoy this installment. I, on the other hand, do not enjoy MPREG. I like smut and adventure, both of which are woefully lacking in this installment. THEY DON'T EVEN BANG IN THIS ONE! NOT ONCE! This is precisely why I don't like the pregnancy plot twist in my reads, not even my M/F reads. Once somebody gets knocked up there goes all the smut. Right out the window.

In this installment Tristan
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Janie
There’s one aspect of this story that’s driving me crazy. I’m hoping for a certain outcome but don’t know if I’m going to get it. The story is fantastic and the writing is phenomenal.
Lexi Ander
Nov 11, 2012 added it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: i-wrote-it
09/25/2015

I'm such a slacker.

:-) I should probably leave a quick note that Dreams of the Forgotten was re-released through Less Than Three Press so it's available again.

Thank you for reading!!

4/10/2014

Just a quick note to say Sumeria's Sons will be temporarily unavailable. The series has been picked up by Less Than Three Press (Yay!) and will be re-released through them. Thank you for your patience and your interest!
Kazza
Feb 28, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: paranormal
I am a HUGE fan of Tristan and Ushna's and it was lovely to see them back in Dreams of the Forgotten. A lot of development here in this third installment of the Sumeria's Sons series. Overall a good book to add to the series. Full review at On Top Down Under Book Reviews - http://bookreviewsandtherapy.blogspot...
Crissy Morris
4.5 stars

Originally reviewed at Joyfully Jay

It’s only been a couple months since all hell broke loose in Tristan Janick’s life. Now he’s the lost prince of the Lycan race, married to his best friend even though they’re not Twin Flames, responsible for hundreds of Lycans where his pack used to only consist of he and Ushna, his magic is growing, the current political structure of the Lycan race is crumbling, and to top it all off, he now has about seven weeks until he delivers the twins. His back
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Serena Yates
Apr 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Just like the two previous books in this series, this third novel is a fantastic blend of old Sumerian legends and lycan lore, freely intermixed with Lexi Ander's more than fertile imagination. The plot, as they say, thickens, and as annoying as it was to end up with more questions than answers, it only made me like the series more. Some of the revelations about Tristan's past made me worry even more about what may be coming, and quite a few of the hints of which other parties are involved in th ...more
Serena Yates
Just like the two previous books in this series, this third novel is a fantastic blend of old Sumerian legends and lycan lore, freely intermixed with Lexi Ander's more than fertile imagination. The plot, as they say, thickens, and as annoying as it was to end up with more questions than answers, it only made me like the series more. Some of the revelations about Tristan's past made me worry even more about what may be coming, and quite a few of the hints of which other parties are involved in th ...more
Lucy
Apr 05, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
4.5
In this third installment of the Sons of Sumeria series, Tristan is getting ever more pregnant and is now suffering (?) from dreams that seem so real. There is something he needs to do, or needs to know, or needs to remember but he just can’t get his head wrapped around it all. To make it more complicated, there are still threats to the pack and issues with Theo’s children and their father, Daniel.

Tristan pregnant is funny. He is crabby, bitchy, grumpy and hungry. Made me laugh. He does rem
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MLE
Oct 13, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc, mm
I received this book as an arc from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

I liked this installment of the series. I was so gratified to see how the author is handling the mpreg no idealistic, rosy picture of pregnancy, and I appreciated that. I liked that Tristan is not having an easy go of it, and chafes under the constant protection and scrutiny of Ushna and his people. I liked Tristan's reaction to his former partner's children, and how he takes them into his heart no matter how he f
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Helle
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Relly
Jan 19, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 4-stars, b-2018-read
Great addition to the series

4 ⭐

This series gets better with every book.

As previously mentioned, I enjoyed the fact that Ushna and Tristan are not twin flames. They choose to be together which is a refreshing take on shifter life. I also like Tristan’s moral compass. He really fights with himself about claiming Ushna believing that it will affect him finding his twin flame in his next life. The looking into their past lives and the fact that they have been destined to choose each other is a plu
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Pixie Mmgoodbookreviews
4 Hearts

Review written for MM Good Book Reviews

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This story is part of a series and must be read in order. Tristan is struggling with his predator over his decision not to claim Ushna, the dreams that are plaguing him aren’t helping either and he has enough on his plate with his rapidly expanding tribe. As more factions come out of the woodwork, his ex-Twin Flames mate causing problems and the impending birth of his children, Tristan has to remember his dream
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ReviewerLarissa
I have mixed feelings about this book. The setting and world-building is awesome and well thought out.

But it's like reading a book in the Anita Blake series. It hashes out the minute details and completely disregards the more important ones by jumping several days ahead and focussing on an ever bigger baddy.

With all the guards you'd think they have things under control, but every bad guy seems to be able to walk right up to the front door...

Then there is the m-preg. Still hate that and it mak
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Fiona
Nov 12, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: m-m, gods, shifters
Oh my GOD, WOW, I love this series. I laughed, cheered and cried my way though this third book in the Sumeria's Sons series. I swear this series gets better with every reading, don't get me wrong it was great to start with, now however it is wonderful. I can not wait for book 4, who am I kidding I just want Lexi to finish the whole series so I can read it and find out what happens!! I soooo want the bad guys to get what is coming to them and for Tristan and Ushna and everyone else to have their ...more
Ilona
Apr 16, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I have to say that I was enthralled at book 3 in this series. The way the author makes unlikely happenings seem so believable is incredible and I found myself staying up late just so that I could read it even though it is difficult to do so on my laptop. I can't wait for book 4 to be released next month!
Da'ad
Oh my God! When is the next one coming out? I'm dying here. This was way more fascinating than the last, as well as heartbreaking. It made me so sad. Beautiful as well, even then. Ugh! Oh Brian. Again, I can't wait for the birth. You go Lexi!
Marsha Spence
Mar 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy-para
I'm so enjoying this series! I get drawn further and further in each book. Can't wait for the next one!
Monica
Sep 01, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4 Stars

This is book 3 in the Sumeria's Sons series and picks up a few days after the last book ends. I was hoping to have all of the questions I had from the previous two books answered. Instead I got even more intrigue and new characters added to the mix.

This book is longer than the first two and goes into even more Lycan lore and Sumerian mythology. The world building continues to be amazing, but I have to admit I got a little lost at times because so much was going on and I couldn't see how e
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Teresa
I really enjoyed this installment in the Sumeria's Sons Saga and can't wait for the next one!

Although there were a few things that I questioned:
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Azusa
Nov 11, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: mpreg, faves
Gah. I have it. Finally! So excited; I can't wait to read it. xD And just for the fun of it, I'm gonna read the whole series over. (:

BTW, this was my reaction when I finally received the book...

Ericka Walden
May 31, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4.5****
Great addition! On to book 4!!!!!
Gwendolyn
Apr 06, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy, mpreg
Things are starting to get a bit scattered.
llv
Aug 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: paranormal, shifter
Rating: 4.5 stars

I more I read, the more I love this series. This is the third installment in the Sumeria's Sons book series and I think it is my favorite so far. In this book, Tristan dreams of the past and struggles with the stress of integrating more and more people into his new tribe, all the while being pregnant. I really think that the mpreg makes sense in the scheme of this universe that the author has built. The love that Tristan and Ushna have for each other continues to be wonderful to
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Shannan
Aug 08, 2017 rated it really liked it
Another episodic ending. This series really reminds me more with each book of a serial drama on tv, in that you could pick it up to start anywhere but to really follow it you need to start on episode/book one and go to the end.

It's amusing to watch Tristan become more and more pregnant. But I'd really hoped the characters would've grown more, though I guess when you consider from book one to now it's been less than half a year so the growth shown is pretty reasonable for the amount of time and
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Teresa
action packed, full of revelations, secrets, and drama. Each book leads me to want to read the next, but I almost feel it should have been one or two big books instead of several small ones. That aside, I really enjoyed it though the few errors I found frustrated me. There were more than should be for a good publisher.

There were a few disturbing developments but I went with the flow and I trust it'll be dealt with later.
Shelby
I really do enjoy this series. I'm fairly indifferent to mpeg stories, but somehow this one is actually kinda working for me. I appreciate the Sumerian mythology in the series and this particular story continued to add to the world. While this story focused more on what was going on more with the tribe and what is going on with Tristan it still opened up a bit more of the outside story.

The dreams Tristan deals with in this story were definitely intense. They certainly opened up some lines of tho
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Alhena Rouge
Not a fan of MPreg (I didn't know there would be any before reading), not a fan of babies and pregnancy in books in general but there is some interesting ideas in these books so I'll keep reading. I miss the wild sex in the previous book though.
Tristan can be slightly annoying and closed-minded sometimes, I hope he'll be better in the next books.
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