The incomparable Kenyon parallels
her Dark-Hunter series in this newest release by focusing attention on a previously mentioned species, the Oneroi, or Dream gods. Longtime fans are also given more clues to the true identities and future roles of several continuing characters from the Dark-Hunter series. The depth and complexity of Kenyon's remarkable paranormal world never cease to amaze.

Zeus' curse has made the Dream gods emotionless as they travel through the dreams of humans, but Arik has become fascinated by one woman, whose dreams he has begun haunting.

Megeara "Geary" Kafieri wants to prove that her father was not a nutcase and that the lost city of Atlantis truly existed. What Geary doesn't realize is that her expedition is getting too close and that someone is determined to stop them. Arik's obsession to feel emotions causes him to make a dangerous bargain with Hades to spend two weeks as a human, but the deal could cost him the love he's beginning to feel. (ST. MARTIN'S, Feb., 352 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith