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Cynthia’s dreams are so real, they are actually coming true – complete with the prerequisite dream guy. But things are not as they seem.
Who said dreams are sweet?
Chicago businesswoman Cynthia Courtland is completely focused on her career when a sensual, reoccurring dream disrupts her orderly life. Then a threat against her workplace forces her to take time off. She is lost with nowhere to go–only her empty apartment.
Work is Gabe’s life too; he takes it very seriously and will do whatever it takes to succeed. He’s been watching over Cynthia for a long time and he has her best interests at heart, but can he protect her from the danger she is blind to? When Cynthia insists on investigating the threat so she can get back to work, it makes Gabe’s job all the more difficult.
When things settle, will there be more for them than a life filled with work? Will she give her dreams a chance to come true?
Grab this little gem while you can!
Maya Tyler is a romance author, blogger, wife, and mother. She has a degree in Commerce and her day job is in Finance. Over the past few years, she decided to unleash her creative streak and get serious about writing. So far, she has published a short story “Just for Tonight” in an anthology titled With Love from Val and Tyne, and has written a few books. Writing mostly paranormal romances, all of her books have a common theme–happily ever after. Dream Hunter is her debut novella. When she’s not writing, you can find her playing with Lego and watching superhero movies with her husband and sons. You can visit her anytime on Facebook or sample her quirky writing style on her blog.
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Praise for Dream Hunter:
Dream Hunter by Maya Tyler was a complete and utter page turner! Cynthia Courtland shows up to work after another steamy dream to only accidentally find trouble at work! For fear that her life may be in danger, she leaves work for a short period of time. But as time passes dreams become mixed with reality when a sexy stubborn guardian named Gabe, appears to assist and protect her, she tries to stay out of harms way. But his steamy sexual appeal may make it too hard to resist…
I’d recommend anyone to read this book to feed their appetite for suspense, strong plot background, and hot male guardians. I’d say dig in!
I have received a free copy of Dream Hunter and have found it intriguing. I loved the storyline and the Cynthia is a fun character. I liked her personality and wit. She fell in love with her guardian angel-Gabriel and they teamed up to help Cynthia solve the mystery about her boss threat made at his office. This becomes a detective work for both protagonists and is full of excitement,laughter and uncertainty.In my opinion this novel is captivating and will definitely keep you reading it until the end of it.
Do you ever have dreams tht were so vivid, so exciting you thought they were real. Is it difficult sometimes to distinguish between dreams and reality. Well, this is what Cynthia has been experiencing. Sometimes she dreams even when she is awake and it’s difficult to tell what is real and what isn’t. When she is put in jeopardy by a threat at work, Gabe, the man who is her protector from her dreams comes to her rescue. But all isn’t as it seems.I likes the premise of this paranormal story as the author blurred the lines between dreams and reality and I found myself wondering what was real and what wasn’t. The story will make you think as you attempt to unravel the mystery surrounding Gabe and the goings on in Cynthia’s office.This is an easy quick read and should appeal to fans of romantic suspense as well as paranormal romance. A good first outing for a debut author.
Imagine the man of your dreams manifesting himself in real life to literally whisk you off your feet! Cynthia’s hero has been watching over her for years, but when things turn sinister at work it’s time form Gabe to step out of the shadows to try and save this feisty damsel in distress. Well written, steamy romp, totally enjoyable read.