They say that dreams can come true, but as a Dreamwalker, Devlin had yet to experience anything but nightmares. Then again, the druid had been held by sadistic vampires and dark mages for twenty years, forced to do their bidding. Newly escaped, he stumbles upon a dreamrealm where he can’t resist a little werewolf.
Jamie just wants someone to call her own. She feels like she’s been waiting for an awfully long time, when a man who teases her memory begins to visit her while she’s dreaming. From the moment she feels his turmoil, she’s drawn in, wanting nothing more than to heal his broken soul.
Before Devlin can decide what to do, he has to make a trip to Edenton. His first goal is to make sure someone who can’t remember him is safe and happy. The little werewolf of his dreams happens to live there, and she’s even more irresistible in real life.
When you’ve been taught all your life to run, what will make you change? Can Jamie convince her mate to stay and fight? Will he risk everything to have what he needs? Or run to save them all?
This is the fourth book of the Edenton series. Brandy Rivers did it again. I really love this series. This book starts with the backstory of how Fallon and Delvin's parents meets and escape from the Malachi and Dales. Wow. What a delight. Fallon, one of my favorite characters, has a brother. Wow. Delvin is a Dreamwalker and healer, a trait he inherited from his father. Delvin has been running his entire life from the Dales. He was in their custody for 20 years before he manage to escape again. Delvin comes inside in Jamie Abrams's dreams and he is drawn to her. He has to see her as least once before he has to be on the run again. Jamie has an abhorrent history with men. She wants a mate. Someone will love her and she will love in return like all her friends have. I love the different ringtones for each individual. The chemistry between the both of them was hot. I love it when Jaime was so good that Delvin passed out TWICE. It was a pleasure to revisit all the other characters from the previous books. I hope this is not the end. I want more. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review from the Author and the “Lovers of Paranormal” Group on Goodreads.