Monday, June 27, 2016

Dreamer's Destiny by Tempeste O'Riley

Title: Dreamer's Destiny
Author: Tempeste O'Riley
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: MM, Paranormal
Pages: 200
Reviewer: Redz











Publisher's Blurb
Liam Grady is the owner of the Feathered Quill, a quirky little bookstore in Asheville, and—though he doesn’t realize it yet—a dream walker. His last relationship failed almost a year ago, and he’s not had the interest or nerve to pursue anyone he’s met since.

Cameron Danu is a tattoo artist from rural Georgia. Cameron is left without a job after his boss, Jose, is forced to close the shop after a heart attack. When Cameron learns Jose has set up an interview for him at a small tattoo parlor in Asheville, he hopes for a fresh start in a new town.

Fate brings Cameron and Liam together, and they realize they’ve met before—in their dreams. A chance encounter and a winged tattoo might lead them to their destiny—if fear doesn’t turn their dreams into a nightmare.










Review
Dreamer's Destiny by Tempeste O'Riley is an angst filled, mystery, with hot men and even hotter sex. You might even want a tattoo after reading this one too.
Liam has been dreaming of the same man for a very long time now. He knows exactly what the man looks like in his dreams. When he goes to a tattoo parlor to get a tattoo of the ink he sees on his dream man. Guess who he meets? His dream man! Liam is all for having him be real and loving him outside the dream. However Cameron is a bit shier and less accepting at first. I liked the shy quiet nature to Liam. He is a book store owner. He does not even know his gifts are real, he just think he has hot dreams. But what he gets drawn into is much more than he ever expected.
Cameron loves his dream man. He always has. He is a tattoo artist, has a ton of ink himself. But when he sees his dream man for real he is stunned unsure of how to proceed.
I liked the pace of this book, the characters do not seem forced. I liked the dream walker aspect too. I would love to see that put into a series. I can see this concept really going places. When you want a romance that is a little different this is the one to pick up. I am so glad I did. 


                                       Five Shooting Stars


 

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