Thursday, 12 September 2013

Hadn’t the Pleasure # 69

The books that have been collecting dust for so long they have become stained from it

The sight of the red door saves Colin Baxter in his dream, but very quickly a man appears and the dream becomes a thing of raw sexual need with a person Colin can’t identify. He just knows the man needs him, and Colin aches to find and heal his lover…even if the man doesn’t really exist.

Marek Donovan just wants to be left alone to lick his wounds and recover from a terrible loss. The rundown house in Fiji suits his minimal needs just fine. He doesn’t want to face the world again, and on a small, secluded island figures he’s safe from everyone and everything. Particularly guilt from his past.

Dreams of this nameless man and his house plague Colin for two years, but he’s come to care about his phantom lover so deeply he doesn’t want them to end. Then Colin visits Fiji and comes face-to-face with the house from his visions, prompting him to believe these dreams just might be his destiny.

Colin knocks on the door, determined to find answers. What he finds is a man he already knows.

Dreaming in Color by Cameron Dane
First published 14th July 2009 by Losoe Id
iBook, 243 pages
Contemporary ‘fantasy’ Romance  

Oh God, I’m drowning.
The swirling tentacles of the undertow wrapped themselves around Colin Baxter’s legs and tangled, trying to pull him under the raging waves of water. Surrounded by a sea of moonlit sapphire blue, Colin fought to stay about the tide.

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