Jessica Mandella’s description:
It’s not insider trading if your stock tips are from dreams. During the DreamWalker project, Sam walked into comatose dreams and death experiences of fallen soldiers all over the world. He got their secrets out before they finished dying. Sam never should have started DreamWalking again. He told the shrink about his three weeks of bloody nightmares. He didn’t tell him they were about dying as his hot busty blonde gaming avatar. And he sure as hell couldn’t tell him last night some red headed dream girl elf just gave him his first and only, mind blowing, body thrashing, sheet clutching, female orgasm.
DreamWalking is as intense as waking life. In his dream, Sam appears in Sheela’s hot busty blonde body in the on line video game. She’s looking for the same elf she met last night. She hopes against hope the elf is a real person, not just some vivid fantasy from a cruel dream.
“What’s yer poison?” The bartender is smiling, a little. Strictly business.
As Sam answers, she hears a sultry, seductive voice behind her answering at the same time. “Walker, straight up”.
The elf looks Sam up and down, making Sam blush as she stares at her. The elf’s soft voice is like velvet song. “Nothin like the taste of a good Walker, right?”
Travis Borne’s review:
Mind-blowing twists and turns that almost gave me whiplash. I didn’t know what to expect around corner after corner, on ‘penrose’ stairs! Great tie-ins keep this almost paradoxical story interesting and explained. Reading Dream Walker, by Jessica Mandela, sent me out of my comfort zone, into multiple universes and endless dream possibilities. Some were funny, most were shocking, sexy—HOT! The author is highly creative and kept the surprises rolling at breakneck speeds. This was a fast-paced and unpredictable novel. Just imagine…everything that can be, not only in one single universe, but many, including dream realms and separate realities, and future technology beyond what is currently fathomable for humans.
I chose Dream Walker because I have always enjoyed the studies of dreams, sleep, and lucid dreaming; when I say always, I mean from the earliest age I can recall. And this novel didn’t disappoint. Stories that possess elements that spurt me to thinking, make me angle my head and smile. Clever, yes, this author is very. I also chose this novel because I wanted to read stories that would blast me out of my comfort zone. My last novel was a western (guilty, I’m a sci-fi nerd foremost) and now some, yes—erotica. Mixed with lucid dreaming, amazing capabilities and potential.
Even time travel! But not in any way you will ever guess! Go back and make changes, sure—but think NOT directly when approaching Jessica’s talent for writing. Clever, original, colorful and SMOKIN’, was the author’s power for description, with a style of writing I’ve yet to encounter—and I read a lot. The author’s erotic prose had me blushing, tomato-faced, to all-out kablooey. Multiple hot and steamy scenes set my brain on fire time after time. Comfort zone, obliterated.
Read my review of Dream Walker, on Amazon.