Thursday, August 8, 2013

Dreamscape (Netherworld #1) by Christie Rich

Dreamscape  (Netherworld #1) by Christie Rich
This is a New Adult Paranormal Romance
 (Five Dreamy Hearts)

Book Summary
Every night before Amelia falls asleep she makes a wish to dream of him – the man who calls her to their beautiful private oasis, her sanctuary where she is free of her greedy landlord’s threats. But tonight, he will not call Amelia to him. Tonight, another man will step into her world to claim her. Tonight, Amelia’s shattering reality will crumble - and disappear into the Dreamscape…along with her freedom.

When Amelia dreams tonight, her nightmare becomes her new world where Seth is her captor and anything is possible…except escape. Seth needs Amelia to break the curse that binds him to the Dreamscape. He must convince her that she was made to free him, that she was made to join him.

For if he fails, he will never escape his prison, and he will lose Earth to the Netherworld where the evil Erobos wait to consume the human realm and everything in it. If he fails, Seth will lose the one thing that matters to him: Amelia.
My Review
When I read, generally I’m looking to step out of my reality and into another. Which is one of the main reasons I prefer paranormal over many genres. And that is exactly what I get here. More than that, this isn’t a vampire story. Nope. This is something totally unique.
Added to that, is the wonderful writing. Beautiful descriptions draw you in a paint a picture in your head.
Then in steps our heroine. And she’s not a saint nor a devil. She’s a girl that’s had some tough knocks and makes the best of it. She’s got some snark and a whole lot of guts. And that it seems will be what she will need to make it through this adventure.
And her captor isn’t a saint either. Dark, broodingly handsome, his reasons for taking her are purely selfish.
If you want a fresh voice, with beautifully written ideas, characters and landscape, check this one out.
My book boyfriend Seth.

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  1. Thanks so much for your review, Terri! Good tears are always welcome :)

    Much love,


    1. Always, I can't wait to read the next book in the series.