Dreamfever: Fever Series Book 4 [Karen Marie Moning] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In New York Times bestselling author Karen. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Give yourself a treat and read outside the box.”— Charlaine Harris Dreamfever: Fever Series Book 4 – Kindle edition by Karen Marie Moning. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or. Dreamfever is the fourth book in Karen Marie Moning’s Fever Series. MacKayla Lane lies naked on the cold stone floor of a church, at the mercy of the erotic Fae .
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And MacKayla Lane lies naked on the cold stone floor of a church, at the mercy of the erotic Fae master she once swore to kill.
With her parents missing and the lives of her loved ones under siege, Mac is about to come face-to-face with a soul-shattering truth—about herself and her sister, about Jericho Barrons…and about the world she thought she knew. Hardcoverpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Dreamfeverplease sign up. I hate that word ‘fecking’ it’s irritating. I can stand petunia but that f word wants me to edit the book remove that offensive word and rewrite them with its proper fucking form Can’t blondes be badass? Anika That’s the Irish version of “fuck”.
Dani uses it around Mac, and then Mac adopts it. I was actually glad that KMM did something authentically Irish here instead of just transplanting American concepts overseas, as she’d been doing before. I found that mildly irritating. All the books KMM has written are personal favorites, but after the Darkfever and Faefever experience I was speachless. The first pages of one and the final few of the other wed the two in my mind seemlessly.
The descriptive awe and horror, alternately chilling and hot This series has a ‘flavor’ similar to the Fever series. Harrison is a strong writer and her narrative flows well, with vivid description and gripping dialogue. I second Catgirl and Jessica.
If you haven’t already reads those series, check ’em out. I also like Nalini Singh’s series pick any.
Singh is also a very good writer. See all 7 questions about Dreamfever…. Lists with This Book. Jan 24, Lyndsey rated it it was amazing Shelves: Well, frak me, spank my petunia and call me Susie!!
If your Jericho Barrons, that is. Whatever the hell he koning to call me.
Book review: Karen Marie Moning’s *Dreamfever*
Gawd, if you thought Barrons was naughtee with double e’s in the other books, I’m here vreamfever tell you that he is naughteeeeeee with infinite e’s in this one!!
Seriously, some of the other girls have already agreed with me that we need to find this man and spank him.
So, who’s with me? Oh by the way, Barrons, who’s your favorite little rascal?
Dreamfever (Fever, #4) by Karen Marie Moning
One of my favorite scenes between Barrons and Mac: A perfect summary of their relationship. Simple, yet intensely complicated. Okay so I’m not usually a strictly romance or erotic book reader. I like some tenderness to my meatballs. I do NOT like them overdone. This is faaaaar from overdone. There was tons of set-up and build-up before anything close to an explicit scene happens and even THEN, it is still under certain unnamed extenuating circumstances. And the tension and passion is honestly the most intense thing I have yet to read.
If you are at all uncomfortable reading about sexual situations, then this is not for you. Maybe the first three, but then, by the time you get to this one — you may be changing your tune. This woman really knows how to throw spikes at you at exactly the right moment, making you unable to dodge them.
Dreamfever – Karen Marie Moning (Spoilers!)
She loves her cliffhangers, and I am hanging on every word. Up until chapter three, I was a little ticked. I did not like the alternate perspective that we were getting. The thoughts were fragmented and childish. I like her as a character but not as a perspective character. After that, geez, I was going crazy. Barrons is so effing hot. When she describes the sound he makes I think a visual aid is in order. I’m sorry but I had to post this guy, too. He has the long hair. And look at those eyes.
But this whole series moves ridiculously fast, so it doesn’t phase me as much as I always think it will.
It’s the anticipation that keeps me going. A recurring thought seems to be: I had to start Shadowfever before I wrote this review, because I had to at least know if it was who I thought it was. And that better not be permanent or I will hate KMM forever! I’m not happy about the ending but I’m happy about the book, and the series, and dreamcever about my love for Barrons!
Well, back to my happy dance. I’m doing the happy dance but I’m not happy about it. So this is more of a scared and reserved happy dance but it sums up how I felt at the end My review for the first book, Darkfever. For the second book, Bloodfever. The third book, Faefever. The fifth and final book, Shadowfever. View all 41 comments. Mar 14, Kat Kennedy rated it it was amazing Shelves: When I finished this book, I jumped up and down on the bed, tossed junk on the floor and screamed.
I pulled at my hair and threw pillows mercilessly at the wall, annoyed that they didn’t BREAK the wall and only landed with a less than satisfying thud before tumbling to the ground. This was an excellent book, as all the others are, with deep and interesting characters, character growth, a brave deramfever world to explore with excellent writing, as I’ve come to expect dreamfeve Ms.
Rich in language t When I finished this book, I jumped up and down on the bed, tossed junk on the floor and screamed. Rich in language though I wish she’d ease up on two words: The book is fast paced, action packed and full of the kind of rich, original and immersive story each of the previous books have enjoyed.
I thoroughly recommend this series. Except for the freakin’ endings! This book has the worst case of cliff-hanger fever I’ve ever seen! KMM, the last book better wrap up nice and neat or I am seriously going to mwrie my cool.
View all 8 comments. Feb 23, Helen 2. Maybe in the moment of being born and the moment of dying, we’re nearer to pure. Maybe it’s the only time we’re ever still enough to feel that there’s something bigger than us; something that defeats entropy; that has always been and will always be.
A thing that cant be flipped. Call dreamfver what you will. I only know it’s divine. Every installment only gets more fascinating, more convoluted, more addicting. I have no idea how I managed to wai Maybe in the moment of being born and the moment of dying, we’re nearer to pure.
I have no idea how I managed to wait several months for the release of book 5 the first time I read the series.