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Into the Dreaming quotes Into the Dreaming, litcharts Into the Dreaming, symbolism Into the Dreaming, summary shmoop Into the Dreaming, Into the Dreaming fe494cfb 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 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 DwellAspiring 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 HimHaunted 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 HimWhen 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 KingCaught 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


10 thoughts on “Into the Dreaming

  1. says:

    I am proud to say that I have been to the Isle of Skye the cloud island It is wild and beautiful and its Cuillin Hills are mist enshrouded When you stand next to a sea cliff, you can inhale the freshest air you can find on Earth.The story of this book takes place in the Isle of Skye and it starts with a game between the Unseelie King and the Seelie Queen Two humans are the pawns in this game Aeden MacKinnon, a highlander who is obliged to the Unseelie King and he has become his Vengeance Aeden has lost his self and he is about to lose his soul Jane Sillee, a romance novelist who is transported to medieval Scotland by the Seelie Queen to break the evil spell Jane will seduce Aeden with home food, children s laughter and lots of touching and kissing.Aeden used to visit Jane in her dreams There is a realm, especially for this reason, called the Dreaming Jane has fallen in love with him, before they actually meet in person.The book mixes delightfully dreams and reality and it is a sweet fairytale It is full of beautiful images, which can make you daydream Much later, when he possesed her completely, a full blood moon stained the sky above the Highlands of Scotland


  2. says:

    Into the Dreaming is a short story set in Moning s Highlander Fever world originally published in the anthology Tapestry in 2002 I first read it in the spring of 2010 when I was on a desperate hunt for clues to discover what the heck Jericho Barrons was and trying to assuage the pain of the wait for Shadowfever Into the Dreaming then was a fun read, provided me with what I thought at the time were decent clues but in the end did not turn out to be anything but a sweet distraction Once again I find myself in a desperate wait for Moning to publish her books Fever Moon, which is a graphic novel with a new Barrons and Mac storyline is scheduled to be released on July 10, 2012 Like a good addicted fan, I have already pre ordered it Then there is Iced, Moning s new spin off series set in the Fever world, with Dani as the main character that is scheduled to be released on October 30, 2012 I have that pre ordered as well Like many good Fever Moning fans, I own a variety of versions of her books ebook, audio and hard cover And that is for all of her books I own and have read and listened and re read and re listened multiple times to all of her books I bought both CDs released that accompany her Fever world I am a semi regular reader of her blog, I have posted at her forum and I have considered going to her new release parties in New Orleans I write all of this so you will all understand I am a fan of her work Have I proven myself Okay, so here it is Into the Dreaming with bonus material is not worth paying the hardcover or new release e book price Get it from the library, look for the older anthology Tapestry and read the short story there This book offers fans very little to justify the price tag The short story Into the Dreaming itself is a decent read if fans of Moning s writing enjoyed her other Highlander books If you haven t read her Highlander series, then I recommend starting with Kiss of a Highlander, which is the beginning of the highlander story arc and then moving on to the good ones in the highlander series which are Dark Highlander, Immortal Highlander and Spell of a Highlander Note I do not recommend starting with the first three in Moning s highlander series The word series incorrectly denotes an ongoing story arc between books 1 3 and 4 in the highlander series, there is not an important story arc connection The storylines are not connected to the latter novels and many readers die hard fans like myself find books 1, 2 and 3 not very enjoyable I have known many Fever fans to start off the highlander series with book 1 and lose steam before they get to the good books 4 , thus giving up on the highlander storylines The paranormal and fae connection to Moning s Fever world becomes much stronger and better written with book 4 How does this short story fit in Into the Dreaming, the short story, is not connected in story arc to any of the highlander books and many fans read it last after having finished Spell of a Highlander Okay, so why is Into the Dreaming with bonus material not worth the new release price tag No Substantive Material There is the short story Into the Dreaming but that has already been released in an anthology 10 years ago and as an ebook short by itself If you have already read this, the new re release is not worth buying the book to read again If you haven t, get it from the library The short story itself hasn t changed Moning includes a proposal sent to a publisher for a never published romance novel Why is this interesting I just don t get it Anyway, it is a waste of time to read Moning includes a deleted scene from Kiss of a Highlander The scene is not great and I agree with the original move to delete it from the novel It doesn t add anything new to the storyline Moning includes an alternate opening to Dark Highlander that she scrapped because she rightfully in my opinion got the storyline wrong She wanted to take Dark Highlander in a different direction, with a different heroine The published version is better Again, in my opinion the alternate opening is not worth the time to read And Ms Moning made a very good decision to toss this version and go with what was ultimately published Dark Highlander is my favorite in the highlander series, so for me reading the alternate version was not enjoyable at all There is an excerpt from Dark Fever in this book, okay I am guessing that most people paying the new release price have read Dark Fever and if not it is readily available elsewhere Moning includes a teaser of her new graphic novel Fever Moon, which is a graphic novel and the images are in black and white Fever Moon is going to be released in July 2012 again, this does not make the novel worth the time or price tage From my point of view, the re release of Into the Dreaming does not offer readers anything substantive that isn t out there in one way or another I am still a fan of Moning, I wish her the best and am excitedly waiting for Fever Moon and Iced.To read reviews like this and this review check out www.badassbookreviews.com


  3. says:

    4 Dreaming Stars This is a fantastic little sampling of the magic that is


  4. says:

    This novella is a re read for me I love Moning s Highlanders Like seriously love This novella is billed as Highlander 8, but it also has hints of the Fever series Just an FYI if you haven t read it Oh, and there s an ebook version full of extras I d buy that one This review is for the paperback from 02.Jane Sillee is a chronic daydreamer She works in a coffee shop by day, and writes in every spare second she has But at night, her dreams are of a Highland warrior.The seelie queen Aibhoil same one from the Fever series , and the unseelie king are both battling over a Highlander named Aedan MacKinnon, grandson to the great king the MacAlpin The unseelie king has taken Aedan to be his Vengeance Since the unseelie king can t meddle in the mortal world, he sends his Vengeance to do it Aibhoil knows this is wrong, and while she can t free Aedan, she can give him hope Searching time, she finds his one true mate And makes sure they meet in the Dreaming Basically they dream of each other.Jane knows he s real, and one day, she s sent a tapestry with his likeness woven into it, and when she holds it out, she s taken to 1428 Scotland Where Aedan is What the unseelie king didn t tell Aedan is that 5 years in Faerie is 500 mortal years By 1428, their contract allows him 1 month in his home But it s been 500 years, so nothing is there That doesn t bother Aedan though, since the unseelie king has made sure he won t remember anything but Vengeance.Jane has one month to realize she s not dreaming, make Aedan remember who is was, and make him fall in love with her But how can she do all that when he doesn t want to spend time with her This is a fun story that reminds me of what an amazing writer Moning is It s full of the best parts of her heroes, heroines, and the fae who have such a huge role in the Fever series.I recommend it even if you haven t read the Highlander or Fever series since it stands on its own pretty well Go for it It s a sexy and fun read.


  5. says:

    This was a lovely short story and me being hooked to KMM s Highlander world, I just had to read it 3Aedan KacKinnon was captured by the Unseelie King, tortured and finally imprisoned in the Unseelie realm where he forgot everything that made him human After 500 years, the king gives him a month to break his hold on him, if the warrior falls in love, and was loved in return, he will be released back to the human world There was an interesting involvement from the Queen of Fae in this one, apparently she and the Unseelie King have a history together O_o I didn t really get her part of the endingAedan was a great character, I felt really bad for him, being stripped of his humanity He was in a dark cold place for 5 centuries, his whole body was practicaly turned to ice This is my favorite line Then give me those kisses of yours, lass, and be quick about it He paused a moment, then added in a low, tense voice, I m cold, lass I m so cold 3


  6. says:

    Wellthis novella is pure escapism with a handful of hot Highlanders and medieval setting and castle andthe Unseelie King, Seelie Queen and the Faeries Who am I to say no The story is enjoyable to an extend, the male and female lead are okay ish as well However, this book totally sucks on the realism department Oh, don t tell me it s a fantasy romance so realism is not needed here, a certain amount of realism is needed in every book.Plus I was really pissed when the female lead said things like she was born in the wrong century I mean, woman, wake the fuck up Before this very, very wrong century , most women on Earth had no rights to choose their own husbands, to decide whether to give birth to children or not let s not forget women tended to die during child birth back then Many of the womanfolks didn t get to have education, they also didn t get to keep money, land and income under their own names and weren t allowed to have a job, for the rest of their lives they had to depend first on their fathers, then their husbands and eventually their sons Tell me again how you were born in the wrong century, I dare you.


  7. says:

    This is a nice little short story It may appeal to those Fever fans out there who are anxiously awaiting Shadowfever There is a glimpse of the Unseelie King and a little background on the Seelie Queen.As a love story, it is a little short It is rather funny, and Aeden MacKinnon fits that burly, beefy Highlander mold just right Jane Sillee is transported back to Scotland in the 1400 s to Aiden s family castle She has one month to make him fall in love with her or he will be trapped in the Unseelie King s prison forever Aeden is like an amnesiac After 500 years with the Unseelie King, he has lost his humanity, his capacity to love His perceptions of life, Jane, and Jane s little kitten are often comical Jane is the perfect woman for Aedan and she introduces him back to his humanity a little at a time A nice little diversion and easily read in an afternoon For Fever fans The Dreaming is a place in between worlds where mortals and fae meet and where true love is preordained.


  8. says:

    For being a short story, it was such a nice book It was like reading every good part of a book all together without having to read the boring parts in the middle.This book was so different from the rest of the highlander books in the series I absolubtely loved Aedan With his memory lost he was the sweetest thing I ve ever seen I just wanted him to remeber everithing and become the hot and sexy warrior you knew he would become.And it was nice to see that for once the girl in the book was the dominant one I loved this book, eventhough it was really short, I read it in almost 4 hours I would ve loved to see of this couple.Nevertheless, the Keltars still have mhy heart, no other highlanders will be as hot as those 3 keltars.


  9. says:

    OKI know this was just supposed to hold me over until Iced is released later this year, but as usual I want I really liked Into the Dreaming and the deleted scenes from Kiss of a Highlander.I am super glad she trashed the first version of Dark Highlander, because it was horrible I guess my reaction is harsh because it is one of my favorites of her highlander series I loved Daegus and Chloe in that book, and Elizabeth in this version was annoying and irritating Good move, Karen, to scrap this and rewrite it


  10. says:

    This was interesting, not sure how it played into the rest of the series if I am being honest If it was just Aedan being a Mackinnon or the fact the King and Queen have their own game going on, but it was still enjoyable Jane was persistent that is for dang sure The Narration again great.


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