Priestess Dreaming

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Priestess Dreaming

An Otherworld Novel, #16

Priestess Dreaming is just amazing. I always get excited when a new book gets added to this series and this was a nice addition. Even though Menolly will always be my favorite, Camille is pretty awesome too. The search for The Merlin to defeat Yvarr was interesting and I loved the king Arthur theme she had going on. They came up against a lot of new creatures including the bog monster. She also found a new friend in Aine, even though she can’t talk. I have a feeling Smoky and Shade will be very interested in her and learn things too.

There was a lot of action and adventure in Priestess Dreaming and I loved it. Galenorn is always so detailed in her scenes and it’s like you're transported in time, you're really there watching what’s going on.

Camille has always been an intriguing character for me. I find it so fascinating that no matter what she always wears skirts. I don’t think there has ever been a time where she threw on a pair of shorts or pants. I have a hard time wearing skirts and dresses in general. If I had to run around in them I think I would be pissed. She seems to be at ease with it like it’s a second skin.


Book Blurb for Priestess Dreaming

We’re the D’Artigo sisters: savvy half-human, half-Fae operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. My sister Delilah is a two-faced werecat and a Death Maiden. Menolly is a vampire married to a gorgeous werepuma. And me? I’m Camille, a Moon witch married to three hunky husbands, and I’m about to journey through the veils to search for a long lost legend?

With the war in Otherworld raging, the Queen of Shadow and Night summons me to her court. Aeval orders me on a quest through the mists to find an ancient ally of hers. I am to seek out The Merlin and wake him from his long sleep. Surrounded by danger on all sides, with Morgaine and Bran along for the journey, I must pray they are allies rather than enemies, as we undertake a perilous search through the labyrinth of time


Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2014 4.50