The problem is, she thinks she’s in a dream but she’s actually taken the place of the parallel universe Cora and without realizing it, our Cora does something that starts a centuries old curse that will sweep the land if she gets captured by the evil Minerva.
At this point, her dream world becomes a nightmare.
Luckily, hot guy, fantasyland Noctorno is there to save her from the clutches of the grotesque vickrants sent by Minerva to capture her. Unfortunately, hot guy, fantasyland Noctorno doesn’t like the Cora of his world all that much (to say the least) and he thinks our Cora is her. And no matter what our Cora says or does to try to convince him, he won’t be convinced.
But Cora needs Tor to keep her safe and guide her through this fantastical world as she hopes one day to wake up in her not-so-great apartment in her not-so-great life in her world. The problem is, the more time she spends with the gorgeous warrior Tor, the faster she falls in love with him.
I might even have liked this one more than book 1 :) (and do not talk about book 2, that atrocity shall not be named.)
Ok so the hero is a total ass, BUT, he has a right to be. He is married to a total bitch who made his life and everyone else miserable. Then suddenly his wife starts behaving in another way and he thinks she is playing her, cos she is a bitch.
Cora is from Seattle and one morning she wakes up in a fantasy land. Where she is married and her husband thinks she is a lazy spoiled bitch. She tries her best to explain but why would he believe her when she is..yes a bitch. Such a bitch. Everyone hates her.
It was fun to read. She trying her best. Him being an ass. But he slowly finds her amusing cos she is nice, kind, different.
A fun ride :D The only part that was not as fun was when it took place in our world, booo our world. Boring at once then.
And now I look forward to book 4.
Kindle Edition, 338 pages
Published November 1st 2011
Arghh I need to read more books by her! I need to finish the series I'm reading. So late everywhere.
LOL I wanna give this author a chance myself.
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