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Into the Dreaming

Into the Dreaming New York Times bestselling author Karen Marie Moning s novella Into the Dreaming a tale of Highland fantasy star crossed lovers and the timeless manipulation of the ancient immortal Unseelie kin

  • Title: Into the Dreaming
  • Author: Karen Marie Moning
  • ISBN: 9780515141504
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 New York Times bestselling author Karen Marie Moning s novella Into the Dreaming, a tale of Highland fantasy, star crossed lovers, and the timeless manipulation of the ancient, immortal Unseelie king.Free him from his ice borne hell Stolen from his beloved home in the Highlands of Scotland, imprisoned in the Unseelie king s dark, frosty kingdom, Aedan MacKinnon endured 1 New York Times bestselling author Karen Marie Moning s novella Into the Dreaming, a tale of Highland fantasy, star crossed lovers, and the timeless manipulation of the ancient, immortal Unseelie king.Free him from his ice borne hell Stolen from his beloved home in the Highlands of Scotland, imprisoned in the Unseelie king s dark, frosty kingdom, Aedan MacKinnon endured centuries of torture before becoming the icy, emotionless Vengeance, the dark king s dispatcher of death and destruction in the mortal realm.And in his century you both may dwell Aspiring romance novelist Jane Sillee has always believed that she was born in the wrong century, but she s managed to make a decent enough life for herself if only she could stop having those recurring dreams about a man too perfect to exist.In the Dreaming you have loved him Haunted every night of her life by a devastatingly sexy Highlander who comes to her while she sleeps, Jane tries to write him out of her head and heart As a child he protected her, as a woman he loves her.Now in the Waking you must save him When an ancient tapestry bearing the likeness of her beloved Highlander arrives on her doorstep, Jane is whisked back in time to fifteenth century Scotland, to the castle of Dun Haakon on the isle of Skye, where she is given one chance to save her dream lover or lose him forever to the Unseelie king.Caught in a deadly game between the light and dark courts of the Fae, Jane must find a way through the ice to the heart of her Highander But will the love of one mortal woman be enough to defeat such ancient and ruthless immortal enemies

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    1. Sophia Triad on said:

      I am proud to say that I have been to the Isle of Skye (the ‘cloud island’). It is wild and beautiful and its Cuillin Hills are mist-enshrouded. When you stand next to a sea cliff, you can inhale the freshest air you can find on Earth.The story of this book takes place in the Isle of Skye and it starts with a game between the Unseelie King and the Seelie Queen. Two humans are the pawns in this game:-Aeden MacKinnon, a highlander who is obliged to the Unseelie King and he has become his Venge [...]

    2. Regina on said:

      Into the Dreaming is a short story set in Moning’s Highlander/Fever world originally published in the anthology Tapestry in 2002. I first read it in the spring of 2010 when I was on a desperate hunt for clues to discover what the heck Jericho Barrons was and trying to assuage the pain of the wait for Shadowfever. Into the Dreaming then was a fun read, provided me with what I thought at the time were decent clues but in the end did not turn out to be anything but a sweet distraction. Once again [...]

    3. Laura the Highland Hussy on said:

      This novella is a re-read for me. I love Moning's Highlanders. Like seriously love. This novella is billed as Highlander #8, but it also has hints of the Fever series. Just an FYI if you haven't read it. Oh, and there's an ebook version full of extras. I'd buy that one. This review is for the paperback from '02.Jane Sillee is a chronic daydreamer. She works in a coffee shop by day, and writes in every spare second she has. But at night, her dreams are of a Highland warrior.The seelie queen Aibho [...]

    4. Blacky *Romance Addict* on said:

      This was a lovely short story and me being hooked to KMM's Highlander world, I just had to read it <3Aedan KacKinnon was captured by the Unseelie King, tortured and finally imprisoned in the Unseelie realm where he forgot everything that made him human. After 500 years, the king gives him a month to break his hold on him, if the warrior falls in love, and was loved in return, he will be released back to the human world. There was an interesting involvement from the Queen of Fae in this one, a [...]

    5. Mizuki on said:

      Wellis novella is pure escapism with a handful of hot Highlanders and medieval setting and castle ande Unseelie King, Seelie Queen and the Faeries! Who am I to say no? The story is enjoyable to an extend, the male and female lead are okay-ish as well. However, this book totally sucks on the realism department. Oh, don't tell me it's a fantasy romance so realism is not needed here, a certain amount of realism is needed in every book.Plus I was really pissed when the female lead said things like s [...]

    6. AH on said:

      This is a nice little short story. It may appeal to those Fever fans out there who are anxiously awaiting Shadowfever. There is a glimpse of the Unseelie King and a little background on the Seelie Queen.As a love story, it is a little short. It is rather funny, and Aeden MacKinnon fits that burly, beefy Highlander mold just right. Jane Sillee is transported back to Scotland in the 1400's to Aiden's family castle. She has one month to make him fall in love with her or he will be trapped in the Un [...]

    7. Kristin on said:

      OKI know this was just supposed to hold me over until Iced is released later this year, but as usual I want more. I really liked Into the Dreaming and the deleted scenes from Kiss of a Highlander.I am super glad she trashed the first version of Dark Highlander, because it was horrible. I guess my reaction is harsh because it is one of my favorites of her highlander series. I loved Daegus and Chloe in that book, and Elizabeth in this version was annoying and irritating. Good move, Karen, to scrap [...]

    8. valee on said:

      For being a short story, it was such a nice book. It was like reading every good part of a book all together without having to read the boring parts in the middle.This book was so different from the rest of the highlander books in the series. I absolubtely loved Aedan. With his memory lost he was the sweetest thing I've ever seen. I just wanted him to remeber everithing and become the hot and sexy warrior you knew he would become.And it was nice to see that for once the girl in the book was the [...]

    9. Twist on said:

      So here we have it. The 'first' book of the Fever series. Jane is wise beyond her years, and most definitely in the wrong century. Aedan is a tormented man who isn't quite sure who he is. There were some humorous parts, but overall, it was just okay. I wasn't as thrilled to read this one as I was some of her others. It does give us a bit more insight into the Fae, and introduces the Unseelie King.There are some exerpts from other books, namely The Spell of the Highlander, and a lite version of t [...]

    10. Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog) on said:

      Posted on Under the CoversIf you’re a massive fan of Karen Marie Moning like I am, then you may have squeed upon hearing about this rerelease. I love KMM’s Fever series (I really do), but for some reason I enjoy her Highlander series more. I love the passion in them, the darkness and also the hot alpha men who grace the pages of these books.In INTO THE DREAMING, we get another bonus hottie in Aeden. Jane, a modern- day romance writer and Aeden, a hot Scot fall in love in between realms calle [...]

    11. Natasha on said:

      Who doesn't love Karen Marie Moning's work? Everyone of her novels are amazing. Always exciting, always enticing and always a hit.At first I was like, "whoa, this womans whipped." Ha! But once I read his description, then I knew why. ;) As much as I liked Jane's character, being a sweet, kind and witty novelist, it was hard to compete with the best of the novel, Aedan MacKinnon. Aedan is tough, but what he goes through is hard to imagine. I won't give away too much, because I love a good element [...]

    12. Alex is The Romance Fox on said:

      I love KKM’s Highlander Series so I was excited to find this book. I wasn’t exactly crazy about this one (I love all the others) but did not exactly hate it. No, let me get this right………….I liked it more than I thought I would…s, there’s the sexy Highlander and the cute heroine, who has to stand on a stool to reach the hero’s face…a rather novel way to kiss a man!!!! Then there’s the cat she adopts…and how she manages to charm the whole village and naturally, in the end t [...]

    13. Candace on said:

      Moning's latest book is a collection of two novellas, a novel proposal, deleted scenes from one of her novels and excerpts from another of her books. The book is named after the first of the two novellas. I found Into The Dreaming a good read and true to form. The second novella is The Dark Highlander Lite and is about Dageus MacKeltar and Elisabeth Zander. As for myself, I prefer my Highlanders Dark. The rest of the book are intriguing sidebars.

    14. AnnaLund on said:

      Oh dear, this read like a fanfiction story. Not impressed at all. I wonder why in the whole world one would want to print this, after having published so many good stories? No, this was not for me at all, I am quite disappointed. What in the world possessed you, Ms Moning? The Unseelie King himself?**** Reading from a borrowed copy.

    15. WhiskeyintheJar/Kyraryker on said:

      2.5 starshey, it only took me 5yrs to finish this series! A very short novella not worth the time in my opinion except for a couple lines about the Unseelie Dark King. Did Moning ever do a story about him because I'd sign up for that with freaking bells on?

    16. Pamela(AllHoney) on said:

      In The Dreaming is a short novella by Karen Marie Moning. But for a novella, it was a good read. I would have loved to have seen it expanded into a full length novel but for what it is it was satisfying. I have the bonus material edition and it was great reading through that too.

    17. Jamie *Gypsy Smut-a-teer* on said:

      Into the Dreaming lure them deep where they shall love whilst they doth sleep then in the waking both shall dwell 'til love's fire doth melt his ice-born hell.Awe, the last Highlander book in this series. This series was done as a buddy read with Vika and Sultan, (WHAT UP GIRLS, lol). This series alone completely made me re-think my dislike of historical romances and completely 100% turned us three girls into die-hard kilt loving girls. WOW, what a great series it was. [image error]Source: rambl [...]

    18. Jujubee on said:

      Very interesting. Whimsical yet sensual, a dark yet hopeful journey for Aeden and Jane, laced with the right touch Fae magic. I read this in the anthology Tapestry, and I think it is the better storytelling of the two others (books one and two) I've read in the Highlander series. I give it a solid 4.5 stars.I hadn't thought to continue in the series, but I might reconsider. That little twist at the end between the Seelie Queen and the Unseelie King was a delight! So glad this gem was not missed. [...]

    19. Erica Ravenclaw on said:

      Oh Jane and what's your name that's totally irrelevant, you silly little characters you. That about sums up my feeling towards this book. The MC (Jane and whats his face) are merely representations of the Fae King and Queen, which is what this book was written for. I'm not 100% of the timeline of where Fever begins and where Highlander ends, however I don't believe there is any overlap in time and Highlander is firmly planted first to get everyone in the same century. This book breaks the the mo [...]

    20. Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews on said:

      KcLu's review posted on Guilty PleasuresI was first introduced to Karen Marie Moning’s Highlanders about 9 years ago by a co-worker, and I fell in love big time!!! I have read all of them many times except this book. I couldn’t get my hands on a copy without giving up an arm and a leg on E-bay. This version with all the bonus material was so worth the wait and it was great to visit this world that I love so much!! This is a short story jam packed with all the sexy greatness we expect form on [...]

    21. Pat on said:

      This was an exciting " take " on Beauty and the Beast! The Beauty is a modern romance novelist, never quite fitting wherever she goes. She has been in love with a mysterious stranger who has been appearing in her dreams since she was a child, and her lover ( in her dreams) since she was in her late teens. Her name is Jane. One day out of the blue, she receives an ancient tapestry picturing her dream lover, a Highland Warrior. She falls asleep with it, and wakes up on the shore of a sea, near an [...]

    22. Jilly on said:

      I am still wondering where this book fits into the Highlander Series. I think maybe it could be read in the beginning or the end.Anyways, what I thought. I liked it and disliked it which is the reason I gave it a 3.It was a little on the cheesy side what with the Tapestry and the Dreams that Jane and Aedan were having together.However, I did like the idea that the Unseelie king had kept Aedan in Faery for 500 years and tortured him (I like angst) and then deposited him back in Scotland for a mon [...]

    23. Hollis on said:

      Of COURSE it would figure that the short and sweet little novella would be my favourite. Modern-day woman with dreams of being a published romance author, whose novels are inspired by the vivid dreams of a dark Highlander that she's had as long as she can remember, is thrown back in time to save the LITERAL man of her dreams? The man who, for once, is basically (sorta not really but yes) the untouched virgin of the story? And there's a kitten (like, an actual cat, I'm not being cute) named Sexpo [...]

    24. Sandra on said:

      Com um brilhozinho nos olhos () O que é que aconteceu diz lá ()Metemos o carro Muito à frente muito à frente dos bois Ou seja fizemos promessas ()E o que é que foi que ele disse? E o que é que foi que ele disse? Hoje soube-me a pouco Hoje soube-me a pouco Hoje soube-me a pouco Hoje soube-me a pouco Hoje soube-me a pouco Hoje soube-me a pouco Hoje soube-me a pouco Hoje soube-me a pouco ()Sérgio Godinho, "Com um brilhozinho nos olhos"Opinião completa em:vidasdesfolhadas/s

    25. ❤️☘D♡K☘❤️ on said:

      Yup the last one *sniff* I'm gonna miss those alpha heroes of Ms. Moning The last one was quite short. Made me crave more of Aedan (love the name) and the small snippets of deleted scenes and changes made into the other books were treasured :)I'm gonna be reading Iced next, to see where our Fever series is going next ;)

    26. Catherine on said:

      Not horrible, not great either. Short story published first about 10 years ago, I think. It was OK. Proposal for a never-published novel. Why? I don't get it. Alternate beginning to one of the other Highlander novels. Again, why? Lots of mish-mashy stuff, none of it mind-blowing. Pass.

    27. Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog) on said:

      LOVED THIS ONE!AEDEN, you delicious man! So adorable!

    28. Yodamom on said:

      Great shorts and cut parts of published her published works. I really liked her Ghost story outline.

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