Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Bring Me a Dream by Erin Kellison [Review]

 Bring Me a Dream by Erin Kellison
Bring Me a Dream (Reveler #5) by Erin Kellison
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: January 8, 2015

Reveler
1. Darkness Falls
2. Lay Me Down
3. Darksider
4. Night's Deep Hush
5. Bring Me a Dream - Kindle
6. Delirium
7. Sandman

Erin Kellison
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
The madman and the nightmare…

Vincent Blackman is a little…unhinged. He recently fought a nightmare from the world Darkside and won. Now he fears nothing and wants revenge on the man who had his father brutally murdered. And how convenient to find an ally in Mirren Lambert, his enemy’s gorgeous and sexy daughter. Unfortunately, she’s made a few enemies of her own.

She might be a nightmare, but she’s also his ultimate fantasy.

Mirren was born half human, half nightmare. She was on the run from her ruthless father, but when he abducted her young son, she knew he had to be stopped once and for all. Dangerous Vincent is just who she needs to help her, though she has a perilous part to play as well, infiltrating her father’s circles to discover his secrets. They learn something dark is stirring in the dreamwaters, and it’s reaching toward the waking world. Vincent might be holding on to the last of his sanity, but that’s okay, as long as he holds on even tighter to her.
Thoughts on Bring Me a Dream: The more I read in this series, the more I enjoy it. I'd even go so far as to say I'm completely smitten with the world Erin Kellison has created. It's creepy and dark and it can be sexy as hell when you get the right two people in it.

I can't resist creepy, dark sexy times, it seems.

Vincent and Mirren are certainly leaning toward the dark end of the spectrum when we met them. After being trapped in the Scrape, Vincent is hanging onto his sanity by a thin thread. The abduction of Mirren's son has made her do things to get to him that maybe she wouldn't have done before. Then again, maybe she would have. Mirren's upbringing and parentage leave a few questions about what she would and wouldn't do if her child wasn't being used against her. I don't mean that in a bad way, necessarily, but she sees things differently because of the way she was raised. The propaganda her father indoctrinated her with gives her insights into the minds of those who follow her father and this is a GOOD THING.

Because without her to help them, those who are trying to unravel what Lambert has done would be floundering.

Darkside got a little more dangerous in this book and I'm LOVING it. I have no clue what's coming next for these dreamers and that's exciting!

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