Wonderfully Wicked

C.J. Burright
Wonderfully Wicked
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Ravenrock Publishing, LLC
Release Date
October 2015
Book 1 of The Dreamcaster Series
Action/Adventure Romance, Fantasy Romance, New Adult, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy


Kidnapped by the man of her dreams, she must embrace the darkness within to save her life … and her heart.

She's an ordinary girl with a nightmare problem

She's an ordinary girl with a nightmare problem

For as long as she can remember, Kalila Montgomery has been tormented by creatures from her nightmares. Doomed to a solitary life with her cats, she's determined to go down fighting. Until the man of her dreams— literally— kidnaps her and claims to know a cure. If only she could believe him.

He's no ordinary hero

Lydon v'al Endrian will stop at nothing to be free of the V'alkara, a dangerous brotherhood who feed on dreams. But the key to his freedom, sassy dreamcaster Kalila, might be his toughest challenge yet. No matter how much she protests, he intends to keep her safe from the V'alkara, even if it requires the ultimate sacrifice.

But a girl can dream … can't she?

Now on the run with a man she can't quite trust or resist, Kalila must decide— fight for her dreams of a normal life … or embrace a power she doesn't want, to save Lydon.

Book Review by Merissa (reviewer)
Apr 19, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
2 people found the following review helpful
WONDERFULLY WICKED is the first book in The Dreamcaster series, and we start off with Kalila. She is a 'normal' woman plagued with un-normal nightmares. These nightmares can come to life and hurt both Kalila and those around her if she allows them. Lydon is the Black, and has come to take her to the Alderwood where she will be stripped of the nightmares. This will help his order and Kalila, although she won't survive long enough to appreciate that. His mission changes when she whispers his name, and he realises that she is HIS dreamcaster - the one he can be partnered with for life. Of course, now he just has to convince Kalila of this.

This is a fast-paced story, full of strong and sassy heroines, dark and brooding heroes, and slimy bad guys. It is very easy to see in which camp each character belongs. On the whole, this was a completely enjoyable story that kept my attention from start to end. The only time I got a bit confused was the jail break at the end, when Kalila seems to have a dream within a dream, and it changed from one scene to the next rather quickly.

An excellent start to the series, with a new and refreshing take on the paranormal scene. With no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt my reading, this story flowed easily. I thoroughly enjoyed this story, and I look forward to the rest in the series. Absolutely recommended by me.
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