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The Dream Dancer by [Hachtel, Leslie]
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Length: 222 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2823 KB
  • Print Length: 222 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Blue Tulip Publishing (2 Feb. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01B25275W
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #663,043 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Given to me for an honest review. This is an intriguing book well worth 6 stars, if I could give them. Rowland is just hanging around the market (1616, England) until he sees a beauty pass by. She is pretty, well dressed, and looks like she gets her way often. He asks her for a favor before he goes on a quest to kill a dragon. Since there are no dragons, the Beauty and her companions laugh at him. He gets a merchant to tell him about her. She's a daughter of Viscount Halstead and unmarried because the men are afraid of her. The merchant says she has powers and she is lucky that her father is a favorite of the king. Bryce likes Rowland and tells her friends she could marry him. Her friends tell her that he isn't a one woman man. She has a plan. This plan is what makes this book so different from the others.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9487a4e0) out of 5 stars 46 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x945c9f24) out of 5 stars A MUST READ! 9 April 2016
By Ashlee Huffmon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Hachtel never disappoints! The Dream Dancer is one of many books of Hachtel's that I have read and it is as good as the rest! Based outside of London in the 1616 Hachtel spins a story of love and hate and the trials and tribulations it takes to find true love. An unmarried Bryce has been suited for many men by her father but has a gift that sends all of the suitors on their way. Bryce's true desire is to find true love. As Bryce and her friends are walking through the market she lands her eyes on Rowland, a lady's man that is not ready to settle down but will do anything to land in Bryce's bed. Rowland pursues Bryce with a kiss that will change her life forever and a marriage proposal to seal his fate in her bed. Being the lady that Bryce is she will not bed a man without being married first. Rowland is frustrated that he can not bed Bryce as he has bed many other women and leaves for court leaving Bryce behind. Taking Rowland for his word Bryce follows Rowland to court with her father in tow. A very prideful Rowland cannot believe Bryce took him for his word with his marriage proposal as he was just trying to bed her like he has many other women. Knowing Rowland's resistance Bryce uses her gift of dancing in Rowland's dreams to show him the life he could have with her. Finally Bryce has Rowland where she wants him only to find many other twists and turns before they can truly be happy together.

This story kept me wanting more the whole way through! I had to know...Are Bryce and Rowland going to be together in the end?....Who has trapped Bryce and her friend?....Did her friend really poison her husband?....Who is this other lady in Rowland's life? Just when I thought the story was coming to an end Hatchel would throw in a twist that made the plot even better!

I really enjoyed this read and suggest you read it as well!

I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x945c9f78) out of 5 stars Humor, Intrigue & Love in 17th Century England! 13 April 2016
By Joribear - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the first book I've ever read by Leslie Hachtel and I must say, I am looking forward to reading more from her! "The Dream Dancer" is an enchanting story of young Lady Bryce, who has discovered that she is able to enter other people's dreams and influence them! What an extraordinary concept - who wouldn't want to be able to do that? Even more so for a young lady of breeding in 1616 England - Lady Bryce was able to dissuade possible suitors by "dancing" thru their dreams at night and showing them horrible possible futures if the took her as a wife.

Along comes Lord Rowland, a "dragon slayer" as he first introduces himself to Lady Bryce! He is devilishly good looking, charming and a rake all rolled into one! His reputation doesn't discourage Lady Bryce from following him to court, with the assurance to her father that Lord Rowland has asked her to marry him, so that she can try her skill at turning a womanizer into a one-woman man!

The humor in this book is wonderfully written and never once felt forced - very natural to the point that at times I was laughing out loud while reading! The romance scenes were steamy, but not overdone (thankfully)! The suspense of the "witch hunt" for Lady Bryce is spine-tingling! I was very pleased with this novel and cannot wait to read more from Leslie Hachtel! I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review - my advice to anyone contemplating getting this novel is to just do it!! It's a fun time!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94dec444) out of 5 stars A spicy novel with a bit of history 15 Mar. 2016
By Marilyn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I always appreciate a good dose of historical fiction, and this book delivered. I I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, and I wasn't disappointed with my decision to do so. Set in England in the 1200's, Lady Bryce discovers that she can exert control over others by inserting herself into their dreams. Although she is aware that the public, during this period in history, considers most any out of the ordinary skill to be witchcraft, she, nevertheless, uses this gift to deter unwanted suitors, and ultimately uses it to influence Lord Rowland, whom she finds irresistible. Lady Bryce, a beautiful maiden who is educated by the "Book", practices sexual moves on Lord Rowland while he is dreaming until he finally decides that he can no longer stand to be without her in the flesh. They marry and enjoy a brief honeymoon (along with all the steamy sex) only to experience heartache and fear when she is arrested for practicing witchcraft. Even though the reader just knows that this will happen, the event/climax itself was a bit anticlimactic. The resolution to the plot happens quickly, and the ending is a bit weak, but it also lends itself to a possible sequel. I found this book to be a light and entertaining read, and I would read any sequel that comes from it.
HASH(0x945cb21c) out of 5 stars Fun concept 17 Jun. 2016
By Beth Winters - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
The story was interesting with a fun concept. Lady Bryce could will herself into people's dreams and persuade them to do what she envisioned. She used this gift to rid herself of several unwanted suitors. She even used it to get a few things that she desired to own like a horse that she admired. People at the nearby town whispered of the "powers" she had.

Rowland of Ashford and his friend Lord Alan Fallsworth met Bryce and Rowland was immediately smitten. He wanted her and desired her even knowing that she was a maiden and a Lady. Rowland was a bit of a womanizer, but Bryce thought that he was handsome and because women had no say over their lot in life at this time she decided that she would need to use her gift in order to entice him. She wants to wed him and only him.

Rowland and Alan are there to visit Bryce's father, Viscount Halstead to warn him about his association of friendship. It seems two of his friends have rumors of poison and dark arts attached to their names. He is warned to stay away from them to keep his name clear of any repercussions from King James. Knowing the climate towards dark arts and witchcraft, I was surprised to see Bryce continue to take chances and risk discovery. This was a bit of a lust/love at first sight book. It became a bit of a conflict to Bryce in that she did not know if Rowland really loved her or if her enticement in the dreams (through the reading of "the book" that was pretty descriptive) made him finally give in to her demands.

Once she accomplishes her goal she wants to change her mind about marrying him. She doesn't trust her feelings or his feelings. She feels that she coerced him. Of course during all this they are at court, so there is court life to contend with. King James and Queen Anne to entertain and get to know a bit better. Along the way there are suitors that are spurned, friends that are supportive, and a sister, Emma, that is a bit of a shrew to everyone she meets for several reasons as well as an even more intriguing discovery...

If you like Leslie Hatchel, you'll enjoy reading this latest offer from her. It is very similar to the other books that she has written.

A copy of this book was given to me in exchange for an honest review.
HASH(0x945cb45c) out of 5 stars Mischievous Dreams 14 April 2016
By Chervinski84 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This novel was a very interesting and entertaining read. I found it different than the average romantic novels as it had the twist of Bryce and her unique power that intrigues readers to know more. I found the beginning a bit slow, but found that after I got going I really started to enjoy it more. This was definitely a novel that I found myself wanting to know more and it kept me reading right till the end. I know that if I lived during that time and had to endure what these women did, I certainly would be frustrated and scared. I like how Bryce was defiant and it helped keep things interesting. There were many things that a reader could speculate about, but I think I was quite surprised of what I thought of Emma was actually was totally different. Her part later in the story threw me for a loop and I could have quite easily pegged her for being a secret witch. I liked how the author threw in key characters that played specific roles in the story of Bryce and Rowland. They helped build the story and by the end, actually gave the author another route for a continuing novel.

I can understand how Gilbert and Oliver could add to the twist in the story with their interactions with Bryce. However, I didn't care for the bit towards the end when Gilbert surprisingly attacked. Truthfully, I was waiting for him to take revenge and it wasn't so much of a surprise. I thought that there would be more of a backlash from his death, but it seemed to end with just that. I could be wrong and something may come out of it in a later novel.

This novel was well written and I could only find a couple grammatical errors that didn't really take away from my experience reading. The cliffhanger ending does make you hope that there is a continuing novel after. I definitely would recommend this novel as a good read. I received a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.
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