“Oh what a tangled web we weave…”
Kesh fled Faerie as a queen killer. Now she returns as the Faerie King’s secret obsession. But on Faerie, nothing is as it seems, not even Kesh herself.
With days to stop Arran’s execution and the stoic guardian, Sirius, as her constant shadow, Kesh must weave her lies deep within Faerie’s courts where magic and whispers combine and conspire. Soon, Kesh learns there is more at stake than Arran’s life. Faerie is dying. Oberon’s reign is crumbling. The time to strike against the fae is now. But with Talen, Kellee and Sota a thousand light-years away, Kesh cannot succeed alone…
Beneath the courtly politics, the glittering facades, and the King’s fragile hold on his people, the Dreamweaver is locked in eternal slumber, dreaming of the day his Queen of Hearts will set him free… because he knows, Kesh Lasota has no other choice.
Kesh survived the Dreamweaver once before. Now all she has to do is control him.
But Faerie's Dreamweaver has other ideas for the peoples’ Messenger. He knows who, and what Kesh really is and he has every intention of using her to make all his dreams come true.
He takes your mind, makes it his, takes your soul, makes you cruel.
Dare you answer the Dreamweaver’s call?
The "mind-blowing" fae-in-space bestselling series continues in Prince of Dreams, Messenger Chronicles #4
Reader note: The Messenger Series is professionally edited and proofread for your reading enjoyment.
Series Reading Order:
Shoot the Messenger, #1
Game of Lies, #2
The Nightshade's Touch, #3
Prince of Dreams, #4
Her Dark Legion, #5 - coming late 2019.
Customer ReviewsSee All
I will say this is an awesome story! Five stars is not enough and even 10 barely begins to cover it! There is so much going on in this book and such plot twist and surprises. Kesh, Kellee and Talen have been separated for most of this book. Deals are made , betrayals will occur but the secrets revealed will surprise you! But when Kesh, Kellee and Talen come together again you will get plenty of food for thought. Sota is such an interesting character but he has his strong moments and can be such a funny character
The mad prince/ Dreamweaver is such a slick character, he is not trust worthy. By the title of the book you know he is a key player but I would have said what he wanted to hear ( lie) and do what was necessary to get what I wanted done.
Read this very interesting book as I do highly recommend it so you can see all that is going on and groan, laugh, and cry with the rest of us!