Recurring Wet Dreams by J.R. Mitchell

Recurring Wet Dreams by J.R. Mitchell
Publisher: Mystic Moon Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (17 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating 3 Cherries
Review by Wisteria

What would you do if you woke up in a dream? For Celia it is something of an obsession and if she can’t snap out of it she will die. She lives to sleep for her dream man and he is not going to tolerate her slacking off in the real world. Find out if Celia can open her eyes and find happiness.

What woman wouldn’t love to have erotic dreams filled with a sexy man who seems to fulfill her every desire and leave her breathless in the morning? Celia is one such woman. She dreams about a man who can take her to the brink and deliver with satisfaction. The only problem is she keeps waking up! When her therapist suggests keeping a dream diary, she finds that writing in the diary seems to trigger the dreams and now she is obsessed with the need to sleep to enjoy more of her lover’s favors.

Let me start this review by saying that I LOVED the story line! Very imaginative and colorful. Filled with great scenes and smoking love. The only issue I had with the story was the fact that there appeared to be very little editing done and contained a fair share of typo’s and missing words which account for the lower rating. That being said I still want to stress that I enjoyed the story and the characters very much.

Having said my piece, I still will be searching out more of this author’s work in the future as I am confident that I will not be disappointed with her skill in story telling. Thank you for sharing this tale with the rest of us.

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