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Bound by Dreams (Draycott Abbey #9)

3.93  ·  Rating details ·  254 Ratings  ·  22 Reviews
American travel expert Kiera Morissey is adept at getting in and out of tight spots. But when a deathbed promise brings Kiera back to Draycott Abbey, she meets rugged Scotsman Calan MacKay, and her life is changed forever. For fifteen years, changed by turns to a swift creature of night, Calan has used his deadly strength and speed to protect. But he wakes with bruises on ...more
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Published (first published January 1st 2009)
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Jenny Delandro
Considering this book is #11 in a series it is surprising complete - and seems to point to sequels just for this story line

He thinks of himself as a monster

until he meets her, she reminds him of someone...

and she attracts trouble requiring his help

then it hits

she is the image of his best friends sister

WTF

there is political meetings held in remote mansions

lots of rogue military

terrorists kidnap her sister

there is no question - rescue is organised

he must use his gift to save her life but it sends
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Melissa
To be honest, it has been an extremely long time since I have read a romance novel, but Christina Skye knows how to hook a reader and keep them reading. I love Christina Skye's Draycott Abbey books and I was so excited to see that she had written another one. I love how she blends romance with just a touch of the paranormal. In this case, the paranormal took the form of a shapeshifter. I literally breezed through this book. This was just the kind of book candy I was looking for in the busy month ...more
Mom
Jun 13, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-during-2010
American travel expert Kiera Morissey is adept at getting in and out of tight spots. But when a deathbed promise brings Kiera back to Draycott Abbey, she meets rugged Scotsman Calan MacKay, and her life is changed forever. For fifteen years, changed by turns to a swift creature of night, Calan has used his deadly strength and speed to protect. But he wakes with bruises on his body and blood on his hands. And Kiera may be the key to getting his life back.
Calan stirs emotions in Kiera that she's
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Rebecca
I was not really all that tied to this story and put it down easily to do other things, in fact it took me several weeks to actually get into it enough to read through. When Izzy showed up, then I was ALL IN! I love the Code named books and tying this one to them gave me a common thread to identify with. I struggled to suspend my disbelief for this story line, perhaps becuase this is the first of the Abby books i have ever read, but there just seemed to be a lot of references to characters I did ...more
Judy Wise
Feb 05, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I thought to begin with that it was going to be a vampire or werewolf book that my daughter love to read. It turned out to be something completely different and I could hardly wait to see how it ended. Would I like to read more of this sort? I don't think so, however I might if it was this author and continued about other characters in this book.

There is some sex discription but it plays with the entire story. I did look to see if this Draycott Abbey series had more books, but this was the last
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Natalie
This is book 9 in the Draycott Abbey series and I think it's book 1 in a mini-series about the 3 daughters of Nicholas Draycott's "missing" sister. It's my first taste of this series. It was OK and all but I don't think I'll be back for either older books in the series or for newer books. This was a standard Romance with a touch of Paranormal thrown in, but not enough to make it work for me. It was an intriguing story though, I didn't do any skimming. I'm going to assume that it's just like her ...more
Dana
May 25, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I love the fact that Christina Skye added the werewolf or lycan thing to it. And she pulled it off beautifully. I've always loved her way with words and the way she portrays every feeling and plot twist and dialogue. And this one wasn't a disappointment. As usual Christina Skye leaves me wanting to reread the book over and over again. Amazing
Sunshinyda
Jan 17, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Different from the other Draycott Abbey books yet still a good read, more paranormal, not just ghosts!! Have enjoyed all the Draycott Abbey books, some more than others but enjoyed them still!! Waiting for others in ebook format!!!
April Blaine
Aug 15, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Loved it. Was similar to the Perfect Gift but different enough to that I loved both hero and heroine.
Marilyn
I have always enjoyed Christina Skye books.This one took a turn that I had not expceded but really enjoyed and look forward to more!!
Cathy
Apr 23, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Excellent--I'll have to make an effort to find the earlier Draycott Abbey stories!!!
Sara
Long lost relatives are reunited and a new love is ignited in this tale of Draycott Abbey. This time, it's not the ghost making mischief, but a visiting werewolf.
Kendra
A Draycott novel. Looks like I need to catch up some. Good, but not great. Mild would be a good word.
Rox
Jun 29, 2013 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Usually a fan of the Draycott series but this one did nothing for me.
Christine Hayes
was a new author for me.was okay.
Elice
slow beginning. seemed disjointed at times and abrupt ending. but enjoyable
Susan Ross
Feb 10, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: thriller
This would have been a five but I don't like being left hanging and wanted to know the background story of the heroine's mother. Maybe that's in the next book but I found it frustrating.
Heather
Sep 24, 2010 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: pnr
after a few pages I realized I have already read it and don't want to make it a reread...wasn't that great the 1st time around
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Heather K. Wyman
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Valerie Peters
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Roberta Helmer is an American writer of Chinese art and culture and as Christina Skye is a best-selling USA Today and Publishers Weekly writer of over 23 romance novels. Her romance book have been traslated into 8 languages.

Roberta Helmer was born in Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A., an is a descendant of Revolutionary War hero Adam Helmer. She attended the University of Pennsylvania and ob
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Other Books in the Series

Draycott Abbey (1 - 10 of 13 books)
  • Hour of the Rose (Draycott Abbey #1)
  • Bridge of Dreams (Draycott Abbey #2)
  • Bride of the Mist (Draycott Abbey #3)
  • Key to Forever (Draycott Abbey #4)
  • Season of Wishes (Draycott Abbey #5)
  • Christmas Knight (Draycott Abbey #6)
  • The Perfect Gift (Draycott Abbey, #7)
  • Draycott Everlasting: Christmas Knight & Moonrise (Draycott Abbey #7.5 & 6)
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