In times of stress Jillian Descharme has always found calm in her dream of a great white wolf with haunting blue eyes. But she is startled when the visions return and this time seem so real. Late at night he comes to her, speaks to her, touches her. It’s almost as if he’s alive…
Thirty years ago James Macleod lost his wife and unborn child to a killer bent on destroying the Changelings. Though he longed for death, his animal instinct fought for survival and James has been a wolf ever since. Yet now a woman has reawakened the man in him, taming wild instincts but arousing still wilder needs. With his ancient enemy hunting the legendary white wolf, James must fight for new life, new hope, new love. (Goodreads)
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Paperback: 368 pages
To Publish: June 28, 2011
I love it when an author has a series that flows from one book to the next, but still moves forward with the story while introducing new characters. Dani Harper does just that in Changeling Dream.
In so many paranormal Romance novels the two main characters have no history together yet within the first few chapters they are slapped together and having sex for no reason. This is not the case in Changeling Dream. Jillian and James (main characters and love interest) separately have a past that only the other can heal, and even though James doesn’t remember it he has saved Jillian once before. Don’t get me wrong they have their HOT moments and when it happens you are so ready for it…
Something I truly enjoyed was that the author didn’t make one character stronger than the other, even though James is a changeling he needs Jillian just as much as she needs him. Another character that really stuck out was Birkie. Birkie is James’ brothers receptionist and long time family friend. She works with Jillian and soon becomes her best friend. Birkie provided a lot of laugh out loud moments. I loved her character.
My only problem with Changeling Dream was that I wanted more in the villain department. It felt very lacking there. Other than that I loved this one. Though this is the second book in the series, Changeling Dream could easily stand on its own.
4 moons: I loved it. It's reread worthy.
Adults: For sex scenes and violence.
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* Please stop back by Thursday for a Interview with Dani Harper and a Giveaway for Changeling Moon and the proof copy of Changeling Dream