I DREAM OF DANGER
Nothing ruins an erotic novel like the absence of an actual storyline. I Dream of Danger fortunately doesn’t have this problem, as the storyline is detailed and intricate. However, the web of medical experiments and rogue military officials involves some heavy scientific and professional jargon. And for a book labeled as erotic, there are only two sex scenes depicted, which will leave fans of this genre unfulfilled.
Nick Ross was taken in by Elle Connolly and her father. His commitment to the Army Rangers forces him to leave Elle on several occasions. Elle is determined to find a life for herself outside of Nick, the only man she’s ever loved. She relocates to California and works her way through school. She studies neuroscience and uses her semi-psychic abilities in a top-secret project. When the project’s true intentions are revealed — to create a brand of soldiers with superhuman powers — Elle telepathically reaches out to the only man she thinks can save her. (AVON RED, Jul., 304 pp., $13.99)