From the New York Times bestselling author of the Nightwalkers and Shadowdwellers series, Seduce Me in Dreams begins a sexy new futuristic series featuring an elite group of military heroes.
Dark. Mysterious. Sensual. When Bronse Chapel, the commander of a specialized unit of the Interplanetary Militia, begins to dream about a beautiful and exotic brunette, he wants to dismiss it as being induced by lack of sleep . . . or perhaps lack of sex. But his instincts tell him it’s something different, something far more dangerous.
Ravenna is the leader of the Chosen Ones, a small group of people from her village born with extraordinary powers. She doesn’t know that draws her to Bronse’s dreams night after night, but she senses that he and his team are in jeopardy. Ravenna can help him, but first Bronse must save the Chosen Ones from those who plan to use their powers for evil. Together, Bronse and Ravenna will be unstoppable. But Ravenna is hiding something that could endanger them all.
Military logic is seduced by mystical prophecy in Frank's haphazard series opener. Cmdr. Bronse Chapel leads the best special forces team of the Interplanetary Militia. His loyalty is to his team and his job, which is why his marriage was a failure, but he's intrigued by Ravenna, a woman who appears in his dreams and brings prophetic visions of their meeting as well as dangers to his team. When a devious admiral sends Bronse's team on a suicide mission, Bronse finally meets his dream woman. The omniscient narration follows minor characters, but leaves out large portions of Ravenna's plight, and a rushed final subplot could have been left for the sequel. Frank's world is intriguing, however, and the expectation that many of the characters will develop relationships in future installments makes the backstory info dumping more forgivable.
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I bought this bc of the price. Had no idea what I was getting into. When I realized it was about "distant worlds," I wad worried. But I loved the characters. They were multidimensional and interesting. The further I got into it, the harder it was to put down. Well worth the read.
Having eagerly awaited this release I was honestly a little disappointed with it. It just didn't seem on par with the quality of work released by her. The characters were ok, but I had a hard time connecting with them, and the story. Also, there's a kinda "half-done" feeling to the whole book, that while somewhat enjoyable to me...still left me over all somewhat dissatisfied. I don't know, I just felt like there should have been *more* to the book. I'm still buying the next release by her though.