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Book Review of Dreamfever (Fever, Bk 4)

Dreamfever (Fever, Bk 4)
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Just when you think youve lost everything, you find something worth saving.

MacKayla Mac Lane is a sidhe-seer; a person Fae magic doesnt work on. She is also an OOP Detector; she has the unique ability to sense objects of power. She uses her talents to fight against the dark Fae before they tear down the wall between their realm and the human one.

But on Halloween night, Mac gets trapped in an old church with the dark Unseelie Princes; Death, Pestilence, Famine, and War. They are death-by-sex Fae and they take turns with Mac until all she craves is sex. She is saved by a young sidhe-seer, Dani, who has superhuman speed. However Mac is only a shell of whom she once was.

Jerricho Barrons has taught Mac most of what she knows about the Fae and he is not about to give up on her now, even if she doesnt remember who she is or desire anything besides sex. He spends months with Mac at one of his houses, giving into all her insatiable desires. But the dark Fae have breached the wall and are killing the humans. He needs Mac back to help save them all.
Slowly, Mac becomes more human and less beast. She remembers everything and is soon back in the fight, but it may be too late. This time the Lord Master has her parents.

DREAMFEVER is an adrenaline rush from cover to cover. MacKaylas character matures and grows and we get a deeper glimpse into Barrons past. The cliffhanger ending will have you begging for the next installment. Karen Marie Moning has penned another winner. Absolutely Superb!

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