Dublin, Ireland, has lost in a battle against the Dark Fae and the Lord Master who reigns over them all. Good and evil are constantly at arms while the souls of the living feed the dark predators being unleashed upon the earth. Dublin may have been ground zero for the multi-dimensional clashing, yet the Sidhe-Seers are determined to prevent this
disaster from causing the world’s total annihilation.
Mac has walked right into an ambush, prepared to battle and finding that all she expected to aid her is useless. Surrounded and brutally raped by the epitome of evil, Mac becomes Pri-ya at their hands—insane and incapable of anything but painfully lusting for the Dark Fae Princes, a state of mind
from which no one has ever returned. Jericho Barrons is determined to see that Mac
does come back, though, because he needs her help to fight the war spreading across the
globe. Mac’s natural talents are a valuable asset in the fight against the Dark Fae, and due to the massive assaults of the evil princes, she finds that much of her past self has undergone a
The Lord Master is determined to reign again and needs what the Sidhe-seers and Mac have kept from him. Mac must fight internal Sidhe-seers issues, external Fae problems, and the personal threats the Lord Master
uses to manipulate her. Without all the pieces of the puzzle falling into place, she may well fail. When pockets of deadly dimensional overlapping begin, time is obviously running out.
The noose tightens when Mac's parents are taken hostage by the Lord Master himself.
Magic has a way of playing unexpected tricks. When Mac is thrown into the Fae’s realm of mirrors, she must now
do battle in dimensions and playing fields far different from any she has ever known. Her own inability to choose may
be her end. Time is of the essence on Earth, but chances are that she might never find her way back
- or, if she does, she may be many, many years too late.
Moning is the bestselling author of the Fever series, which has been picked up by Twentieth Century Fox/New Regency Productions. Dreamfever is the fourth installment in the
dark and addictively intriguing series but definitely not the last. . Complex characters, settings, and concepts keep readers
new to the Fever books on their toes when starting mid-series. Similar authors
include Lori Devoti and Anna Katherine, who favor protagonists reminiscent of Moning’s Mac.