Into the Dreaming by Karen Marie Moning
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Jane and Aedean both instantly capture your heart as they take you by the hand and guide you through their tale.


Between the Highlander and Fever worlds lies a place beyond imagining.

This new edition of the novella contains more than 100 pages of bonus material, including:
• a deleted scene from Kiss of the Highlander
• a proposal for a never-published romance
• an alternate opening version of The Dark Highlander
• a sneak peek at art from the upcoming graphic novel Fever Moon
For the first time in hardcover, here is #1 New York Times bestselling author Karen Marie Moning’s novella Into the Dreaming, a tale of Highland fantasy, star-crossed lovers, and the timeless manipulation of the ancient, immortal Unseelie king. This is Moning at her romantic, funniest finest.
Free him from his ice-borne hell . . .
Stolen from his beloved home in the Highlands of Scotland, imprisoned in the Unseelie king’s dark, frosty kingdom, Aedan MacKinnon endured centuries of torture before becoming the icy, emotionless Vengeance, the dark king’s dispatcher of death and destruction in the mortal realm.
And in his century you both may dwell . . .
Aspiring romance novelist Jane Sillee has always believed that she was born in the wrong century, but she’s managed to make a decent enough life for herself—if only she could stop having those recurring dreams about a man too perfect to exist.
In the Dreaming you have loved him . . .
Haunted every night of her life by a devastatingly sexy Highlander who comes to her while she sleeps, Jane tries to write him out of her head and heart. As a child he protected her, as a woman he loves her.
Now in the Waking you must save him . . .
When an ancient tapestry bearing the likeness of her beloved Highlander arrives on her doorstep, Jane is whisked back in time to fifteenth-century Scotland, to the castle of Dun Haakon on the isle of Skye, where she is given one chance to save her dream lover . . . or lose him forever to the Unseelie king.
Caught in a deadly game between the light and dark courts of the Fae, Jane must find a way through the ice to the heart of her Highander. But will the love of one mortal woman be enough to defeat such ancient and ruthless immortal enemies?

From the Hardcover edition.

About Karen Marie Moning

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Karen Marie Moning is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Fever series, featuring MacKayla Lane, and the award-winning Highlander series. She has a bachelor’s degree in society and law from Purdue University and is currently working on a new series set in the Fever world and a graphic novel featuring MacKayla Lane.
Published April 24, 2012 by Delacorte Press. 272 pages
Genres: Romance, History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
Bestseller Status:
Peak Rank on May 13 2012
Weeks as Bestseller
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on Jul 01 2012

This is a short fantasy, laced with lots of steamy sex and a dash of humor.

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Reviewed by Emily Annis on Sep 07 2012

Jane and Aedean both instantly capture your heart as they take you by the hand and guide you through their tale.

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Reviewed by Admin on Apr 20 2012

But it’s not just Jane and Aedan’s story that has me popping over to Amazon to pre-order my own copy of the re-release. It’s all the other goodies that come in this attractive package.

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Reviewed by KC Lu on May 19 2012

Not only was Into the Dreaming as amazing as the rest of the series, but the bonus materials make is that much better.

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