Dream Hunter is a paranormal romance by Maya Tyler.
Cynthia’s dreams are so real, they are actually coming true – complete with the prerequisite dream guy. But things are not as they seem.
Who said dreams are sweet?
Chicago businesswoman Cynthia Courtland is completely focused on her career when a sensual, reoccurring dream disrupts her orderly life. Then a threat against her workplace forces her to take time off. She is lost with nowhere to go–only her empty apartment.
Work is Gabe’s life too; he takes it very seriously and will do whatever it takes to succeed. He’s been watching over Cynthia for a long time and he has her best interests at heart, but can he protect her from the danger she is blind to? When Cynthia insists on investigating the threat so she can get back to work, it makes Gabe’s job all the more difficult.
When things settle, will there be more for them than a life filled with work? Will she give her dreams a chance to come true?
Attention: mature content
A Word from the Author
Cynthia Courtland is an overworked, underappreciated receptionist for a small investigation firm, obsessively focused on obtaining a promotion at work. Only a recurring, sensual dream distracts her from her goals. Then her journey up the corporate ladder is completely derailed by the appearance of a mysterious, and dangerous, package delivered to her workplace.
Gabe is a Guardian Angel who has been assigned to watch over Cynthia. The Guardian Angels communicate with their charges through dreams and must follow a simple code – guard your charge and don’t become emotionally involved.
Cynthia proves to be a difficult and uncompliant charge and Gabe must make a direct appearance in her life in order to protect her.
The lines between the dream world and reality are blurred in this paranormal romance.
Maya Tyler has long been fascinated with dreams. She often has crazy dreams, which she remembers and often incorporates into her writing. During the writing of Dream Hunter, she conducted extensive research on dreams. The best fiction is believable, right?
(Maya Tyler, February 2017)