• Title: Dream Warriors
  • Author: Angelique Anjou
  • ISBN: 9781586084912
  • Page: 114
  • Format: ebook
  • Dream Warriors Faine D Arten is certain from the first moment he sets eyes on the beautiful creature that emerges from the strange craft that she is the soul mate his dream vision has foretold for him Unfortunately
    Faine D Arten is certain from the first moment he sets eyes on the beautiful creature that emerges from the strange craft that she is the soul mate his dream vision has foretold for him Unfortunately, the language barrier and her determined resistance to his attempts to woo her through her dreams make convincing her of her destiny a little difficult than he had anticFaine D Arten is certain from the first moment he sets eyes on the beautiful creature that emerges from the strange craft that she is the soul mate his dream vision has foretold for him Unfortunately, the language barrier and her determined resistance to his attempts to woo her through her dreams make convincing her of her destiny a little difficult than he had anticipated.

    One Reply to “Dream Warriors”

    1. Short story. 73 pages.Can I just say I love this guy's ass. Laurel purposely crash lands on Faine's planet trying to finish her thesis. She's captured of course and Faine finds out she's the woman his dreams have told him is his future queen. The problem is they can't communicate because he destroyed the translator and she has no idea about these dreams. The men at least are shapeshifters (not sure about the women) but that's not really dealt with much and no great descriptions. Maybe they're wh [...]

    2. I really enjoy Kaitlyn O'Connor, who also writes under the name Angelique Anjou. Some of her works are stellar, some are just okay, but I still always enjoy them.The same is true for "Dream Warriors." I started reading a few books in a row with 'dream' in the title, and stumbled upon this one. Can't miss the cover art with the tight gluts and the spiral tattoos - almost reminds me of some old Boris Vallejo cover art. The story itself is campy, and I read it almost as a Barbarella spoof in order [...]

    3. Dream Warriors by Angelique AnjouThis was an okay story. I read this book as part on anthology titled ‘Orgasmizer9000 And Other Stories’.

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