Prince of Dreams

Prince of Dreams San Francisco psychologist Diana Ransom can t take her eyes off the gorgeous green eyed stranger But when she finally approaches him across the smoke filled room her reasons have little to do with t

  • Title: Prince of Dreams
  • Author: Susan Krinard
  • ISBN: 9780553567762
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Paperback
  • San Francisco psychologist Diana Ransom can t take her eyes off the gorgeous, green eyed stranger But when she finally approaches him across the smoke filled room, her reasons have little to do with the treacherous feelings he inspires Diana suspects that this brooding, enigmatic man is responsible for the disappearance of her fragile young cousin Desperate to find herSan Francisco psychologist Diana Ransom can t take her eyes off the gorgeous, green eyed stranger But when she finally approaches him across the smoke filled room, her reasons have little to do with the treacherous feelings he inspires Diana suspects that this brooding, enigmatic man is responsible for the disappearance of her fragile young cousin Desperate to find her and determined to plumb the mystery behind Nicholas Gale s hypnotic charm, Diana will follow him into the velvety darkness and awake to a haunting passion For Nicholas is no mere human but a vampire with the power to steal into a woman s dreams and fill her nights with untold rapture And soon, blinded by an ecstasy sweeter than any she has ever known, Diana will find herself risking her eternal soul for a love that promises to be forever.

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    1. Susan Krinard

      Trained as an artist with a BFA in Illustration from the California College of Arts and Crafts, Susan Krinard became a writer in 1992 when a friend read a short story she d written and suggested she try writing a romance novel A long time fan of science fiction and fantasy, Susan began reading romance and realized what she wanted to do was combine the two genres Prince of Wolves, her first romance novel and one of the earliest to feature a werewolf hero, was the result Within a year Susan had sold the manuscript to Bantam as part of a three book contract, and the novel went on to make several bestseller lists.Since then, she s written and published over fourteen paranormal and fantasy novels, and written stories for a number of anthologies, both fantasy and romance Both the anthology Out of This World which included Susan s Kinsman and the novel Lord of the Beasts appeared on the New York Times Bestseller List.Susan makes her home in New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment , with her husband Serge, their dogs Freya, Nahla and Cagney, and their cat Jefferson In addition to writing, Susan s interests include music of almost every kind, old movies, reading, nature, baking, and collecting unique handmade jewelry and decorative crafts.

    650 thoughts on “Prince of Dreams”

    1. I am having the hardest time getting through this book. The story line is some what interesting so I forge on but if it has been cut in half I think it would have been better. There is so many paragraphs that may as well been cut and pasted over and over it is nuts. I am thinking of skipping pages at a time to see if that helps. FEW HOURS LATER Well I skipped about 120 pages and didn't feel like I lost out on much. This book was really boring I am in no hurry to get any more of Krinard's books. [...]


    2. This was a good book but I just couldn't get interested until about half to three-quarters through the book. The last part really started moving well but the first part was really slow and kept me in the dark most of the time. Also, I really couldn't connect with the characters well until after the halfway point. I really enjoyed the last half. Overall, good for something to read but I wouldn't 'pick' it. Good luck


    3. A vampire - but lives on life force, not on blood life force that is taken with a touch, in a dream, and most powerfully in sex. Only two are left in the world - twins, Nicholas and Adrian. They watched their mother pursue immortality, not take any life force, even from her loving, human husband, go crazy & kill her husband by taking too much, and then killing herself. As a result, Adrian took capriciously - killing 1 out of 4 lovers meant nothing - they were the superior, immortal race - an [...]


    4. I have to say the cover of this book put me off - the slightly bewildered & fey muscle man on the horse is enough that I'm quite sure I wouldn't have chosen this book, but as a trade, I gave it a try.So Mr Fey on the horse is a vampire, a dream vampire, so the biting and blood is dispensed with and replaced with a life-force sucking predator. But, of course, he's a hero too.There were some nice bits and a bit of suspense, overall a better book than the cover made it seem, with more depth tha [...]


    5. Hmmmok. This story left me awell, a little cold. I liked the interesting twist on the classic vampire theme. But I found the heroine more irritating than endearing and the hero's obsession with his immortality rather annoying. Perhaps that sounds overly critical, and perhaps the story really wouldn't work without the constant self-recriminations, but I still found him annoying enough to want to slap him. And her. Perhaps I was in the wrong frame of mind when I read it. .Vampires are really not m [...]


    6. "and you believed him." "i was a child. children can still see through the bars that close around us when we become adults.""damn you, do you think i can't recognize when someone is trying to protect himself with a wall of words?"


    7. Good book, but odd book. The main character is an energy vampire and sucks energy off ones dreams. Liked the theory. Felt it was a bit long, and he was a whiny sort who was too busy playing the macho man who wasn't going to really listen to the gal while he had to fight his evil twin.


    8. I had a very hard time getting into this book. It was a struggle for me to keep reading. Maybe because the pace was slow and that Nicholas wasn't my favorite character. The story was just too long for my tastes.




    9. All the comments that say that this is a bad story, to my opinion is true. I had so many issues I couldn't get past a few of the first chapters.


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