In an alternate dimension between sleep and consciousness exists the Twilight, a world eternally embattled by nightmares. In the war that wages between Dream Guardians and Nightmares, one man stands out as a symbol of indomitable strength and skill. With the same focus that he wields his sword Captain Aidan Crons also fulfills every woman’s fantasy. As far as Lyssa Bates is concerned, he is just a figment of an overactive imagination and a sexually deprived libido. No man could be so perfectly formed with eyes so compelling or a voice that pulls at things so deep. No flesh and blood man, that is.
Oh, how wrong Lyssa is. More importantly the fact that she can ‘see’ Aidan as he really is puts her in a great deal of danger. Even as Aidan tries to find out how it is all possible, he discovers a love, a passion that will either save his world or destroy it.
I can’t begin to tell you how much this book means to me. As a reader, every once in a while you may come across a book that touches you so profoundly you cannot adequately describe the feeling. Pleasures of the Night is that book for me. Every aspect of it is just right. The characters are so real you can touch them. The plot is so compelling you experience every action as the characters do. It is evocative and too delicious for words. Run out and buy it now!