SBLC Review: Into the Dreaming by Karen Marie Moning
Into the Dreaming
By: Karen Marie Moning
Published: April 24, 2012
Published By: Delacorte Press
Reviewed by: Maria G.
A classic Karen Marie Moning highlander romance tale, in which we meet Jane. Jane feels like she was born of another era and this feeling stems from her kilt-wearing dream lover. One day, when all hope is lost, she gets a package. In it, there’s a tapestry and guess who’s visage is staring richt back at her. That’s right, her dream lover. She ends up being transported back and she comes across the man that has made her wish her dream life was her real life since she was a wee lass. But, there is a hitch, Jane’s dream man is not all that he is cracked up to be. Now, Jane is hell bent on getting her dream lover back from the icy cold depths of his servitute to the Unseelie King.
This was a fun and quick read and left me wanting more and more. Time to re-read the highlander series for me and possibly just up and move to Scotland so I can find my highlander… don’t tell my husband though.
I wholeheartedly suggest that you pick this book up because you not only get the novella, but you get other goodies like:
A proposal for a tale titled Ghost of a Chance
Deleted scenes from Kiss of the Highlander
The Dark Highlander Lite
Excerpt from Darkfever
and a sneak peek of the Fever Moon graphic novel.
Great buy and a nice addition to your Karen Marie Moning section of your library.