You’ve just crossed over to the Mori Zone…


The book gets 5 stars from me, but the author gets 10!

What if all your dreams—the good ones and the nightmares—came to life in the real world? That is the reality for Heaven, a Dream Weaver. When she wakes up, she never knows what will greet her, a sexy stripper or a monster from another dimension. She doesn’t mind the stripper part but the monsters she could live without. Her best friend introduces her to Maya, a Dream Catcher, in hopes of helping Heaven control her dreams, and the results.

Unfortunately for Heaven and Maya, there are several other parties interested in Heaven, and not to help her. They want to control her and her dreams, use her abilities for their own reasons. Time is running out for Heaven and she wonders who she can trust. Her growing feelings for Maya only add to her confusion.

The characters are well defined. I felt for Heaven and hoped that she could overcome the monsters before she became one herself. I couldn’t help but really like Maya either, a great character and what a tease she was! But like any good story, there has to be characters that you wanted to elbow check, and Annette delivered those too. Some really evil people that even Heaven’s scariest monster wasn’t bad enough for them. I wanted them to suffer over and over. She also threw in a couple middle of the roaders. Ones that I liked, then didn’t, then they redeemed themselves and I grudgingly like them again.

The romance was real and not rushed. It followed the story and developed as a real relationship would. No sex just for the sake of sex, and I really like that in a story. Although with all the interruptions, I was wonder if they ever would be able to consummate their love! Well played Annette.

This book is not your every day romance, but that is not a bad thing. It is a romance, but so much more is involved than just two people meeting and falling in love. The Mori Zone takes you and your mind to places that can’t be true…or can they?

This is not the first book I have read from Annette Mori, just the first I have reviewed. (More reviews of her books to come!) And I am not kidding when I welcome you to the Mori Zone. When said at the beginning of the Twilight Zone that you unlock this door with the key of imagination, that truly describes this amazing author! She could give Rod Serling a run for his money with this and many of her books. If you are looking for a fluffy romance, this probably won’t be for you. But, if you are looking for a well written, slightly out-there book that will keep you enthralled until the end, with some LOL humorous moments, and just the right amount of romance, then you definitely need to check out this book and Annette Mori!

Kai’s Heart by Renee MacKenzie

A solid 5 star book!

The Good… From the first page, I couldn’t put this down or read fast enough.
The Bad… I didn’t want the book to end, but it did!
The Best… There is gonna be more!

Kai Brodie needs to get from one point to another to deliver an important message for a Resistance leader. The route she takes could be a landmine of trouble, but she has traveled it so often, it’s almost second nature to her. Maybe that is why she was captured, her focus wasn’t what it should have been.
Having to keep her true identity hidden is just one of the many obstacles she needs to handle and overcome. Resisting the pull of her attraction to Rachel, an Anointed guard and sworn enemy of all that she believes in, proves to be the hardest hurdle in her journey.

Like I mentioned above, this book was a real page turner for me, and I seriously cannot wait for the second book in the series. The characters were well developed, even the ones I truly despised were well written. The twists and turns the book took made the reading even more pleasurable, while nothing was ever obvious until just the right moment when it all clicked in place.
The romance was paced nicely so it was believable. While Kai knew how she felt, she was almost afraid of her feelings. Rachel wasn’t as easily convinced of her feelings, which fed off of the detail in the story, making everything feel real.
This is not your everyday romance, which in my opinion, make it all the better. But it does have all the natural ingredients for a beautiful love story, angst included, with the happy ever after we all look for.

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Welcome to my blog. As you can tell by the title, I am an avid reader. I love all types of books, but my favorite genre is lesbian fiction. Romance, action & adventure, sci-fi, paranormal, or intrigue, I read and love them all.

I will be reviewing the books that I spend most of my free time reading, the good and the bad. All the reviews I post are my opinion only, my beliefs and views I have on the book.  All of the reviews will be honest, not a trash-fest on an author or a particular book. It will touch on the content, characters, plot, flow, formatting and errors. I will have good and bad point on all the reviews. If I give a book 5 stars, there won’t be too many bad points, but if there is one, I will point it out. The same with a 1 star review, there had to be a reason I finished, so I will always try to give a positive thought on the book.