Tangible by Jody Wallace
(Dreamwalker)

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Synopsis

Dreams don’t come true, but nightmares do.

When Zeke Garrett is reactivated to mentor the next dreamer that pops up on the Somnium’s radar, he’s sure it’s a mistake. The covert organization is still struggling to conceal the fallout from his last assignment, a fatal catastrophe.

From the first blast of her pepper spray, he realizes this neonati, whose nightmares manifest vampires straight from the pages of pop-culture, is more than he bargained for—a potential dreamwalker. But before her training can begin, he has to convince the stubborn, mouthy woman she’s not dreaming.

Maggie Mackey hasn’t slept well in a month, but that doesn’t explain how the monsters from her nightmares suddenly seem so real. Or why, when a team of intimidating, sword-wielding toughs rescue her, their leader captures her mouth in a swift, knee-weakening kiss.

Once he tears himself away, Zeke’s mental forehead smacking begins. Their embrace has confirmed they have a rare tangible bond, a phenomenon which fooled him once before. Somehow he must tutor the woman of his dreams without getting attached. Otherwise her nightmares could become his own.

Warning: Contains lots of cussing, pop culture references and monsters with nasty, big, pointy teeth.

 

About Jody Wallace

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A native of the rural South, Jody Wallace ended up with a master's degree in creative writing because...well, because there weren't any decent jobs available at the time. In addition to "author", her resume includes English teacher, technical documents editor, wife and mother, web designer, and general all around pain in the butt. She is currently published in romance fiction under the names Jody Wallace and Ellie Marvel. She has always lived with cats, and they have always been mean. One Thousand Kisses is her fifth book with Samhain Publishing.
 
Published May 28, 2013 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 123 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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