The Dark Dreamer Trilogy: Book Birthday and Cover Reveal

The Dark Dreamer Trilogy: Book Birthday and Cover Reveal

Hello, book friends! I am thrilled to be partnering with Parliament House Press for the book birthday and cover reveal for books two and three of The Dark Dreamer Trilogy by Amber R. Duell! Earlier this month, Parliament Press reached out to see if I’d be interested in reading and reviewing Dark Consort, book two in the series. I’m not one to read a second book in a series without reading the first, so I went on over to Goodreads to check out Dream Keeper (book one), and you guys, it sounds so awesome and unique! My one hesitation is the the warning for vivid death scenes, but I figured if it was too much for me to handle, I’d let Jamey take over on this one. Dark Consort released today, and Night Warden will be available March 24, 2020.


Here’s the synopsis for Dream Keeper:

The Sandman is seventeen-year-old Nora’s closest friend and best-kept secret. He has to be, if she doesn’t want a one-way ticket back to the psychiatrist. It took her too long to learn not to mention the hooded figure in her dreams to her mother, who still watches Nora as if she’ll crack. So when Nora’s friends start mysteriously dying gruesome deaths in their sleep, she isn’t altogether surprised when the police direct their suspicion at her. The Sandman is the only one she can turn to for answers. But the truth might be more than she bargained for…

For the last five years, the Sandman has spent every night protecting Nora. When he hid the secret to the Nightmare Lord’s escape inside her dreams, he never expected to fall in love with her. Neither did he think his nemesis would find her so quickly, but there’s no mistaking his cruel handiwork. The Nightmare Lord is tired of playing by the rules and will do anything to release his deadly nightmares into the world, even if that means tormenting Nora until she breaks.

When the Nightmare Lord kidnaps Nora’s sister, Nora must enter enemy territory to save her. The Sandman is determined to help, but if Nora isn’t careful, she could lose even more than her family to the darkness.

Thank you to The Parliament House Publishing for providing me with an e-arc of Dark Consort for review.

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