A Guardian’s Dream by Renee Wildes

A Guardian’s Dream by Renee Wildes
Publisher: Champagne Books
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full length (164 pages)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Plagued with nightmares of a goblin child tormented by monsters—and with her usual cures having no effect—dream faerie Pryseis journeys to the Shadowlands to heal the child in person even though doing so risks the wrath of the faerie council. And, if she’s away from home too long, her very existence.

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Benilo ta Myran drained his spirit healing powers during the war, but he has no choice. The beautiful faerie in his dreams is in trouble, and not even his worried king and queen can stop him from trying to save her before the darkness snuffs out her light.

Finally they are together—chained side-by-side in a goblin dungeon. Their only hope for escape is to break the law to merge their powers in a ritual so intensely erotic it binds them for life. However short and nightmarish that life might be…

If you deal with dreams on a daily basis and someone calls out to you through those dreams, or rather their nightmares, is it your ‘duty’ to try and help them? Pryseis thinks it is and she is determined to help a goblin boy, even though he is a different race to her and just one individual. She goes on her journey with just her nephew for company and the dreams of an Elven spirit healer. Benilo is out of balance, quite literally, which is a big thing for a spirit healer. When he dreams of Pryseis, he knows what he must do. Now they just have to survive.

This was a great story albeit very different from the first two. There is no “Champion” of light in this book but rather two people who are working for the light. There are a great bunch of characters who all have their part to play. The world-building is consistently good and I loved the sneaky peek into the world of the fairies!

This is the fourth book in the Guardians of Light series and while I have missed out on book three, it is still very much on my TBR list. If you are looking for great fantasy romances, then I can highly recommend both this book and the series!

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