Dream Master by Claire Thompson
Publisher: Romance Unbound Publishing
Genre: BDSM, Contemporary, Paranormal, Erotic Romance
Length: 127 pages
Ella Stanford and Phillip Arden work in the same law office and both agree that work and romance shouldn’t mix. When Ella begins to have erotic dreams that include Phillip as a nameless Master in a sumptuous castle, she is drawn to the real man, though she knows better than to believe that dreams resemble reality. Little does she realize that Phillip, too, is visited by these same powerful, secret dreams involving Ella’s sexual slavery and erotic submission.
In the increasingly bizarre and dangerous alternate dream world, sexy fantasy becomes an all-too-real and dangerous reality. Will Ella and Phillip be able to resist their growing and undeniable attraction to each other, while finding a way to overcome the cruel, powers that control their parallel dreams?
Clair Thompson’s book Dream Master is a unique balance between the demon world and the real world.
Ella and Phillip’s lives are about to take a different turn, as they are thrown into the demon world. This book is packed with so much tension that I was braced on the edge of my seat from the cover page till the end.
It is not hard to be drawn to the characters, main and secondary. Ella was interesting enough, but there was a scene that just pulled me in, one that let me know things were about to get weird. Phillip is a strong character that was evenly matched to Ella. I could feel his dominate power pouring off him.
I will say that Ms. Thompson really out did herself because this is truly a different spin on the basic BDSM story. Ms. Thompson How did you come about writing a BDSM story about the Pharal Plain? I found it interesting learning about dream sequences. Adding a twisted mental case makes it interesting enough to keep me on edge.
If intense BDSM is your flavor, you must pick up Clair Thompson’s Dream Master. I promise you will not look at dreams the same way again.
This review was previously posted at Dark Diva Review’s Reviews