Dream Magic (Magic #2) by Michelle Mankin

The dreamscape is a place of magic and mystery and meaning. In that nocturnal realm, ideas, images, sensations and emotions drift on the currents of the unconscious mind.

Morpheus the Dream Falcon is most at home in that domain. By night, the one of a kind winged immortal soars on those winds, observing and sometimes even entering the slumbering thoughts of another. By day, he is a highly sought after mercenary feared by his immortal kin for both his unmatched ferocity and his wicked obsidian talons. None of his prey escapes him.
Cecilia Ramirez y Aguilera is the one he truly wants. But the striking oracle of the Court of the Light Immortals is closed to the handsome outlaw, even in her dreams. Broken by unimaginable losses, the seer is but a slave, subject to the whims of a master who is mad and without mercy.
Drawn together by fate, their impossible passion ignites. But will that be enough given the dangerous secrets each keeps from the other? Or will mistrust and the desire for revenge threaten to unravel the powerful magic that binds them?

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One thought on “Dream Magic (Magic #2) by Michelle Mankin

  1. OK first off I’m really glad I stuck with this book….I’m not a big fan of vampire books. I have to say the vampires in this book are secondary characters….

    I was a little surprised how the first part of this book didn’t have one of the main characters in it seeing how Morpheus was a primary love interest but it all worked out. Once he did show up in the story the book really flowed and flowed fast. Cecilia is an oracle and being used by one of the Progeny…Phoebus (whom I wanted to take and shake the life out of him). In flies Morpheus and he falls in love with Cecilia…but she belongs to Phoebus (the Sun god). Sparks were flying between the 3 of them….

    The ending (no spoilers) was like what???? How could the author do that to her readers? I was shocked and now I can’t wait until the next book comes out…I have to know what happens.

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