"A tale of lust, vengeance, and betrayal."
Gararic seeks the Black Witch, first to force her to
denounce and give up the traitor among his people, then to
take her life, believing she is responsible for the recent
death of his father, the king.
Unfortunately, the Black Witch, Dianaria, has been
haunting his dreams, and drawing him to her. What's more,
she is the most beguiling creature he has ever seen, and
his traitorous body responds hotly. When he finally does
catch up to her, all is not what it seems. Will he be able
to keep his resolve to kill her, and thereby save his
people from her army?
Dreamwalker is a swift tale of lust, vengeance, and
betrayal, and the discovery of truth amid lies. It's a
fast easy read with hints of the northern mythos of Odin
and Ragnarok. Personally, I would have liked a little more
depth to the characters, especially regarding Dianaria's
motives, but for its short length it's a great cozy
afternoon or quick evening read that gets your heart
Reviewed by Clover Autrey
Posted April 27, 2007
In the land of Elnorn -- The Wolf People, great treachery is abounding from within and a pact with the Black Witch of the Kelljek Mountains has been betrayed. Can Gararic, successor to a throne immersed in deception, keep the Black Witch -- Dinaria's dark army from destroying his people while he tracks down their traitor? Can a Witch be turned by the arms of a Warrior?