Genres: Paranormal Romance
I’m in love with three men. I’m just not sure if they’re a dream come true or my worst nightmare.
It began with hearing voices - another step on my steady descent into madness. It was inevitable, considering the whole town hated me and I was the loneliest person on the planet.
I didn’t really blame them. Everyone who got close to me ended up in the hospital. I’d be suspicious of me too.
When the three distinct, alluring voices in my head started to appear before my eyes as three distinct, gorgeous men I really started to question everything I thought I knew.
They called themselves Dreamwalkers and told me they were hunting the monster attacking all the people around me.
They won’t leave me alone.
I’m not sure I want them to.
But am I the monster they’re after? Or are we all in worse danger than I ever could’ve imagined?
Reverie and Redemption is one of the more unique books I have read this year. The concept of the dreamwalking adds to the mood of the story, and there is mystery as well. Reverie, our heroine, is as unique as you would expect given her talents. She is quirky and strange, which kind of fit perfectly. She has had a rough past, but she just rolls with things. She isn’t one of those over the top, badass heroines. She is more average-but it a totally unique way.
Her hunky harem are the dreamwalkers! Swoon! You get a bit of backstory on each, which I always appreciate. Sometimes in a reverse harem the character development suffers because there are several characters to develop.
Honestly, I felt Reverie and Redemption kept me guessing because it was all just so not normal. I enjoyed the relationship as well, so overall, this was a win!
- POV: 1st
- Tears: no
- Trope: paranormal, reverse harem
- Series/Standalone: standalone
- Cliffhanger: View Spoiler »no « Hide Spoiler
- HEA: View Spoiler »yes « Hide Spoiler