Paul Graham is content with his life. An up-and-coming lawyer, he has no time to dwell on the mazes, puzzles, and riddles he solves while asleep. He has no interest in dreams, or anything that might derail his career.
Until Kian shows up. Sensual, playful, he claims that Paul rescued him four years ago. Now he's determined to repay him with the one thing he knows best: sex laced with ... magic.
Kian is unlike any man Paul has encountered. He won’t go away, for one. The fact that Paul doesn’t remember him doesn’t deter his mission of seduction in the least. But soon enough, Paul finds that this strange, carnal creature has the ability to melt his ice with a touch, to bring out a sweetness Paul didn’t even know he had.
As Kian becomes a part of his life, Paul finds himself more and more attached. Forgotten dreams, buried memories, and the dangerous obsession of another conspire to tear them apart. Is he strong enough to endure a trial by fire in order to keep them together?
Paul is a dream walker, he is able to enter other people's dreams and help them. He can change the real world through the dream. And so he helps Kian, an incubus helds captive by a wizard. But after he disappears and Kian is eager to find him again.When Kian manages to find Paul, he is puzzled: unlikely every other human who is sexually aroused standing near him, Paul seems to be not affetcted. But when Kian touches Paul, all the sexually energy he has always denied, spring free. Paul helps and cares of people during dreams, but in real life he takes the others far away from him. He fears attachments and considers himself not worthy of love.Kian is a thousend years old incubus but he has never really loved noone. He is warm and friendly and easy to be hurt, cause he lifts no barrier between him and Paul. Both Kian then Paul are "virgin" in matter of loving and grew together in this new feeling. Even if Kian is an incubus and usually this means a lot of sex, in Paul's Dream sex is not the main argument, the fear of loving someone else and the journey to accept this fact is far more important than sex.The first long story I read by Rowan McBride and a very good one. Her fantasy is, as always, fresh and enthralling, the plot is complex and she manages to make me cry at one point (you have to read the story to know what point).read more
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