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Since the dawn of time, Brudair, otherwise known as the Sandman to the world, has faithfully lived out his purpose, faithfully performed his duties. He has never questioned his lot among the immortals until now, until her. Sarah Serenity Tillman, a consummate beauty both inside and out, is a high school senior five months from her graduation. She has great plans, dreams of leaving the small town of her childhood behind her forever. But destiny has other plans, and it's the Sandman's job to make sure those plans are fulfilled.
The tall, muscular Sandman, known as Dair to his friends, dressed in black, wrapped in shadows, is more than a myth. And he has a job to do. His very existence makes him a creature of the night because dreams are indeed his specialty. But his purpose is more than just weaving dreams for sleeping children. No, his dreams are made to influence, made to ensure that certain special individuals, those individuals who would change the course of history, actually accept their chosen destiny.
Little does Serenity know that she is Dair's next assignment. And the dream that he weaves for her, if she follows its influence, will change the course of not only her life but possibly the whole of history as well. But she isn't the only one being influenced. The beauty inside of her is weighing on the Sandman, lighting up the darkness that is his constant companion. Her light is warmth, it is life, and he doesn't understand how he has survived the previous millennia without it.
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By linda on 08-02-17
I paid to be preached too?
I could not finish this book. I thought I liked Quinn Loftis, not any more. I was preached as to man is to take care of the woman while woman swoons as he will take care of her as he explained what the creator expected of man and woman and anything else is worthless and creator doesn't this and she should that and he would this and angels did that and ICKKKKK I couldn't tell if this was in today's political reviews or just another preacher since she spouted chapter and verse... literally.
I am disappointed this was not advertised correctly. I thought I was buying a book not a sermon and a very poor sermon it was. narration whined which is not the same as an actual southern accent. This was nothing more than a political religious opinion with the perfect man constantly referring to his want to have carnal relationships, barely able to control his desires with a young virgin who had to throw a glass of water on him to break his "intent". His excuse being he was so deeply in love .ICKKKK offensive in soooo many ways. never again. I will not purchase another book by this author.
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