Book Review

DREAM SURRENDER
by Mary Wine

Genre: Erotic Romance, Paranormal

RT Rating

Major Rourke Campbell, a ranger and psychic, has never kissed a woman like Loren. She is strong, mature and attractive--but she's married. When one of his men contracts a deadly, contagious disease and causes them to be quarantined together, he discovers that he likes her. But Loren has a 14-year-old son who is a genius, and her husband is one of his men. How this could be without him knowing it is something Rourke plans on finding out.

Though Loren's married, Rourke is very attracted to her and would like to become closer, even if they have no future together. His pursuit of her is going well--until her father and Rourke's brothers arrive and a murder occurs in which Loren is the prime suspect.

This is a nicely done erotic romance with a strong paranormal theme and an intriguing mystery, though some of the suspicions connected to it don't make sense. The heroine's son is especially interesting and personable, as are most of the other secondary characters. Unfortunately, the hero and his brothers are too conceited and egotistical to be in any way likeable. (dl $5.95)

Reviewed By: Susan Mobley

Publisher: EllorasCave.com

Published: October 2005

Reader Rating

0 Stars

Average Rating: 0 Stars
(0 ratings)

More By This Author

Reader ReviewsWrite a Review