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Dreamwakers are like fire... they burn when they're hot. And some are a living nightmare.
By accident, sixteen-year-old Wynter discovers her power to summon dreamwakers — people born from dreams that exist in physical form. Her friends have trouble believing her power exists, until she makes herself a boyfriend.
But dreamwakers come with rules and free will... and everyone knows teenagers and rules don't mix. Before Wynter can figure them out, her new boyfriend goes rogue and hooks up with Jezebel, the town psychopath.
Every day Wynter and her dreamwaker remain apart chips away more of her life force. Her friends help her wage a battle of brains versus brawn... but Jezebel has the luck of the devil on her side.
Navigating between dreams and reality is harder than it looks, and the fight may leave Wynter a prisoner of her own mind.
Friends and enemies. Betrayal and revenge. Love triangles... and squares. Take a step back to the 1980s, where the line between dreams and reality blurs, friends become lovers, and the consequences can be deadly.
Tropes: Dream Weaver; Living Dream; Boy of My Dreams; Friends-to-Lovers; Love Triangle
Trigger Warnings: Some aggressive sexuality, profanity, and violence.
Heat Level: 🔥🔥🔥 (3 out of 5 flames)
About the Author
Lee reads practically any genre. Plus, he's a movie junkie. That's a dangerous combination.
Traditionally trained as a screenwriter, Lee moved to writing multi-genre books in 2016 and is the author of six novels: Tied: A Street Gang Novel, David's Summer, Snipped: A Cutting Comedy, Vermin 2.0 (Detest-A-Pest #1), Arachnid 2.0 (Detest-A-Pest #2), and Molerat 2.0 (Detest-A-Pest #3). Lee will release a brand new three-book saga in 2022 and Detest-A-Pest #4 soon after.
Lee once walked 63.5 kilometers in thirteen hours. Why? Ask him. He loves to hear from readers. Past lives include working within the visual and dramatic arts landscape as a graphic designer, illustrator, visual effects artist, animator, and screenwriter. In 2005 he contributed to an Emmy award (LOST; "Pilot; Part 1 and Part 2") for Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series.
In reality, Lee lives on an island in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and son. In his head, he lives wherever his characters are.
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