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I Dream of Danger ✼ I Dream of Danger Epub ✿ Author Lisa Marie Rice – Thomashillier.co.uk They are the Ghost Ops a covert squad of super elite soldiers After their team was betrayed and massacred, the three surviving members went underground and built Haven, a community of misfits and geni They are the Ghost Ops a covert squad of super elite soldiers After their team was betrayed and massacred, the three surviving members went underground and built Haven, a community of misfits and geniuses Now they re at a cross roads, facing a new threat capable of destroying everything they hold dearWhen Nick Ross disappears from Elle Thomason s life, she is certain she ll never see the man she loves again except in her dreams Ten years later, as a respected researcher breaking new ground in I Dream PDF or psychic phenomena, she sends a desperate call for Nick s help One by one, her colleagues have started disappearing and Elle knows she s next An elite soldier, Nick never meant to hurt Elle, duty kept him away and then she vanished Now troubled by unusually vivid, disturbing dreams of Elle in danger, Nick will rescue the only woman he s ever wanted and bring her back with him to HavenThough powerful men are after Elle and her special abilities, Nick will die before leaving her side again.


About the Author: Lisa Marie Rice

Lisa Marie Rice is eternally years old and will never age She is tall and willowy and beautiful Men drop at her feet like ripe pears She has won every major book prize in the world She is a black belt with advanced degrees in archaeology, nuclear physics, and Tibetan literature She is a concert pianist Did I mention her Nobel Prize Of course, Lisa Marie Rice is a virtual woman and exists only at the keyboard when writing erotic romance She disappears when the monitor I Dream PDF or winks off.



10 thoughts on “I Dream of Danger

  1. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    Barely 3 stars, bumped up because I chuckled several times This paranormal erotic suspense borrows largely from the X Men I Dream of Danger is 2 in the Ghost Ops series I preferred the prequel, Heart of Dangermy review but yet still enjoyed this installment It s spicy, fun, fantastical, and totally over the top Spoilers are hidden Series Overview Set about 15 years in the future, in California, the series is filled with absurd improbabilities, high tech gadgetry, and hot military he Barely 3 stars, bumped up because I chuckled several times This paranormal erotic suspense borrows largely from the X Men I Dream of Danger is 2 in the Ghost Ops series I preferred the prequel, Heart of Dangermy review but yet still enjoyed this installment It s spicy, fun, fantastical, and totally over the top Spoilers are hidden Series Overview Set about 15 years in the future, in California, the series is filled with absurd improbabilities, high tech gadgetry, and hot military heroes, oozing with passion and protectiveness Pure nonsense, what these characters can do in bed and on assignment but so much fun Mac book 1 , Nick this book and Jon book 3 are special forces, Ghost Ops, wrongly accused of treason Before the series began, some of the Ghost Ops escaped They are hiding from the Feds off the grid on Mount Blue, in a high tech bat cave called Haven Plot Development 1 2 A mad scientist, a foreign superpower, a secret stronghold, treason, treachery, and the potential for apocalypse Fun, but not original The paranormal elements are similar to X Men and the book begins much like Dangerous Lover Despite the improbability and predictability, I enjoyed the book I liked the whole sequence of events beginning when Elle realized she was in danger, to when Nick It ends on a cliff, but yet completes the love story for Nick and Elle.Sex and Relationship Sex started at 10%, before I felt enough relationship development, and continued nonstop through almost the first 25% I had a hard time believing Nick view spoiler could not find his beloved Elle for ten years, after she changed her name Finding people is what he does, right hide spoiler Elle did something extreme, yet I sympathized.Characterization Nick made me laugh, with his I m gonna keep her attitude However, Rice s characters lack depth Her heroines are always beautiful, determined, brilliant Elle is a neurologist from Stanford and good Likewise, her heroes are strong, brave, passionate, and loyal The villains are bad to the bone Character break Elle portrayed as good is thinking about her father, who just died after five years of dementia She thinksWhat had been left behind was a shell of a person, human meatHuh Labeling a beloved father human meatGranted, I have not personally had to face this type of trial, but this label struck me as out of character, unloving.Secondary characters got some good press I liked the romance between Stella the chef and a certain luscious fella I am curious to learnabout Lucius, Sophie, Les, Moira, and Roger Happy to report that Catherine and Mac are still together sweet fade out love scene Jon the surfing SEAL is intriguing.Writing Style Rice repeats what the characters are thinking So much thinking Skim, skip, skim Redundant ruminations insult my intelligence and slow the pace Also, Rice repeatedly explains events from the prequel Skimming faster Plus, sometimes she contradicts On the up side, Rice wields a decent vocabulary penumbra anyone and I found no typos.The upcoming sequel will probably focus on Jon and Sophie We will see what happens in San Francisco Content M F sex 4 explicit scenes, plus fade outs , swearing lots of F bombs , religious profanity indiscriminate and excessive , some gory violence almost farcical, like a B movie


  2. UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish says:

    Lisa Marie Rice is one of my favorite erotic romantic suspense authors, and I love this futuristic but not overly SciFi world she s created I ve been so looking forward to this second installment of her Ghost Opsseries, and like the first book, Heart of Danger, it s action packed, fast paced and sexy, but I have to be honest, it also dragged in places Approximately the first 30% of the story is devoted to to the backstory, and while that might seem like a bit much, there s a lot of importa Lisa Marie Rice is one of my favorite erotic romantic suspense authors, and I love this futuristic but not overly SciFi world she s created I ve been so looking forward to this second installment of her Ghost Opsseries, and like the first book, Heart of Danger, it s action packed, fast paced and sexy, but I have to be honest, it also dragged in places Approximately the first 30% of the story is devoted to to the backstory, and while that might seem like a bit much, there s a lot of important information here Things we need to know and wouldn t be able to get any other way without going the flashback route, which I m not a big fan of I truly enjoyed reading about Nick and Elle s history They re both great people, each in their own right but put them together and they re amazing It was emotional, poignant, romantic, sexybut there wasintrospection and lamenting than I like I found myself skipping paragraphs at a time to get to the actual dialog and the good stuff the rebuilding of their relationship, and the new information surrounding Dr Lee and Arka Pharmaceuticals It s such an intriguing plot that I just wanted to skip all the filler and get back to Nick, Elle, the Ghost Ops team, and the rest of the residents of Haven I hope Ms Rice writes fast because I m anxious to find out what s going to happen next Note Something I failed to mention but feel that I should is that there is a cliffhanger with this story, but NOT concerning the HEA of our hero and heroine It s strictly plot related My thanks to Avon Books for providing me with a copy of this story in exchange of an honest review.


  3. ★¸. • * ° *Jillie Anne * ° *•.¸☆ ★¸. • * ° *Jillie Anne * ° *•.¸☆ says:

    Book Two, I DREAM OF DANGER A continuation straight from the concluding last chapter of Book One More running and fighting Things at the Corona Labs are going to hell in a hand basket The new virus they are developing has taken a turn for the very worst Scientist are being hunted down And Elle in a moment of panic calls out for the last person she loves but never wants to see again, Nick Nick has spent 10 years looking for Elle You get to see how their relationship develops during the fi Book Two, I DREAM OF DANGER A continuation straight from the concluding last chapter of Book One More running and fighting Things at the Corona Labs are going to hell in a hand basket The new virus they are developing has taken a turn for the very worst Scientist are being hunted down And Elle in a moment of panic calls out for the last person she loves but never wants to see again, Nick Nick has spent 10 years looking for Elle You get to see how their relationship develops during the first half of the book A few misunderstanding and some insecurities set the stage for the 10 year separation.Elli has a special gift Get ready for a romp through the second part of this book and Nick and Elli try to figure out themselves, the horrors at the Corona Labs, a rescue, and some self discoveries More cool gadgets show up, hover cars, holograms, walls that turn into windows, body armor, and muchMac and Catherine show back up in book two in a big way making secondary characters a main part of the book John continues with his snarky comments as well It s eerie how this virus has a life of it s own and in made by Corona Labs, it starts having some similarities to todays times How amazing that these books were written in 2013 He stood up, rushed to the fanned out glossy company brochures His finger landed on one in the center Three stylized gold crowns Corona Labs BRINGING THE FUTURE TODAY This, he said, finger tapping Each time he touched the paper it seemed to get warmer This turned out to be the brochure for a new company Catherine picked it up, showed it to her husband I thought I knewor less all the research labs in the country, but this is a new one Mac turned the glossy paper over in his big hands There was a videolette loop embedded in the paper, all the rage nowadays Some smiling woman in a lab coat endlessly raising a test tube in triumph, putting it down, raising itNick was shaking with tension The logo, the name Corona Laboratories meant nothing to him, but still they shone in his mind In a corner he could hear Jon restlessly tapping on the light keyboard a projection of heat sensitive light on the table Jon s fingers were a blur Mac handed the brochure to Nick This mean anything to you Nick took the thick glossy paper and studied it carefully The smiling woman, raising her hand with the test tube and putting it down in an endless loop was completely unfamiliar to him He studied the text Corona Laboratories Bringing the future today.Corona Laboratories is an offshoot of several highly successful research labs, dedicated exclusively to the study of neuroscienceAnd I repeat myself, The Narration was fab read by Seraphine Valentine, I would gladly listen to her in future books Her timing and inflection for each character was spot on Enjoy


  4. Shantal (VERIFED BOOK LOVER) Shantal (VERIFED BOOK LOVER) says:

    Oh Lord this draagged endlessly for me I was not connected and i was expecting so muchfrom this The author has an annoying repetitiveness where she explains various events from the initial book in almost every different POV It simply was not needed , I understand this happening at the start of the story but during right until the end was a little too much.2 3 of the story was unnecessary, I did not get to the good parts of the whole story or understood what the plot line the book was Oh Lord this draagged endlessly for me I was not connected and i was expecting so muchfrom this The author has an annoying repetitiveness where she explains various events from the initial book in almost every different POV It simply was not needed , I understand this happening at the start of the story but during right until the end was a little too much.2 3 of the story was unnecessary, I did not get to the good parts of the whole story or understood what the plot line the book was talking about until the last 1 3 which left me confused I did not feel the book needed that starting , we already knew they hadn t seen each other in 10 years but was it really necessary to go over those 10 years it would be done better in flash back form instead it was told like it had some great meaning to the story when in fact it did not.It simply took away from the plot and left me really confused The plot wasn t tight enough and it did not hold the series together Also so many different POVS were completely unnecessary , only a few writers can get away with those many different Povs for me namely Nalini Singh she does multiple POVS beautifully Sadly i feel Ms Rice will simply need to fix editing and whole lots of mistakes inorder to make this series a success I will try and read the next book and hopefully i will enjoy it.2 stars


  5. Lady Heather Lady Heather says:

    3.5 starsThe story and characters were really good, but the reason I m only rating it a 3.5 stars is because of the constant repetition I found the author continued to remind the me of past events which started to piss me off so I found myself skimming to get to the good parts.I really liked Nick and Elle s characters, and I like where the author went with Dr Lee s character.I can t wait to read Jon s story


  6. AH AH says:

    I m a bit on the fence about this book On one hand, I found it a little slow to start Sure, the main couple of this book Elle and Nick were sizzling hot when they were together But that blasted little thing called communication, or rather, the lack of communication got in the way of their happily ever after During this first third of the book, I actually double checked the book to make sure that it was in fact a Ghost Ops book Fast forward to ten years later Yes, the book does a ten year I m a bit on the fence about this book On one hand, I found it a little slow to start Sure, the main couple of this book Elle and Nick were sizzling hot when they were together But that blasted little thing called communication, or rather, the lack of communication got in the way of their happily ever after During this first third of the book, I actually double checked the book to make sure that it was in fact a Ghost Ops book Fast forward to ten years later Yes, the book does a ten year jump to the future Elle has moved on to bigger and better things and is now a scientist for Arka Pharmaceuticals Elle is doing some pretty nifty research on the brain but when her colleague Sophie calls to warn her of imminent danger, Elle blasts a telepathic message to Nick for help Nick drops everything to find Elle This is where the story picks up for me You see, Nick is a now a member of the Ghost Ops team He and his fellow operatives live in an off the grid community inside a mountain Finally, we get to see the inside of the mountain which kind of reminded me of those James Bond movies where the villains have mountains or volcanoes full of people working on some sort of military project I loved the premise of Ghost Ops, how the team members are able to obtain highly classified items, hack into any network or satellite, and how they were completely self sufficient I loved the camaraderie among the residents and of course, the big alpha male characters A word about Nick and Elle these two are not in a perfect relationship Elle harbors a lot of anger and resentment towards Nick Nick is extremely possessive of Elle, not allowing anyone to care for her The alpha caveman impulses abound The villain of this book Dr Charles Lee was bent on making a name for himself for China by creating an army of super soldiers His methods fell outside of normal protocols and he did not hesitate to experiment on human subjects Dr Lee was cold, calculating, and ruthless Unfortunately, his character kind of fizzled out for me I think that the last third of this book did it for me This was the action packed Ghost Ops book that I had been waiting for I m not ready to give up on this series just yet and I am hoping that the next book Jon and Sophie s story will pick up Thank you to Edelweiss and Avon for a review copy of this book.Review posted at Badass Book Reviews


  7. Lisa Lisa says:

    Same complaints from book one Although in this one it was just too much It was repetitive and the villain s POV was boring and confusing I just started skipping the villain s thoughts as well as the thoughts of the H h.


  8. Barbara Ann Barbara Ann says:

    I read Heart of Danger, the debut of the Ghost Ops series earlier this year and enjoyed the creative story angle Rice presents by delving into a not so distant future world of elite military warriors who are considered domestic terrorists by the U.S government and are now fugitives Although I Dream of Danger does provide exposition about the plot conflicts, it is best to start the series with the first book I felt the background information provided in this second book wasto help reader I read Heart of Danger, the debut of the Ghost Ops series earlier this year and enjoyed the creative story angle Rice presents by delving into a not so distant future world of elite military warriors who are considered domestic terrorists by the U.S government and are now fugitives Although I Dream of Danger does provide exposition about the plot conflicts, it is best to start the series with the first book I felt the background information provided in this second book wasto help readers remember important details about the plot rather than to introduce new readers to this series I expected the plot to focus on the Ghost Ops means of survival as they are being hunted and their quest to clear their name image error While this aspect is part of the story, it becomes secondary to acomplex plot revolving around a sinister scientist s obsession with creating a superhuman warrior The paranormal aspects included add a level of intrigue to the story, and they provide the impetus for human scientific experimentation to continue and for the Ghost Ops team s involvement to stop the unethical practices of a wealthy pharmaceutical company The novel begins ten years before the current action of the central plot Ella Thomason is the protagonist who has a connection with one of the future Ghost Op team members, Nick Ross She grew up with Nick until his sudden disappearance five years ago When he unexpectedly shows up at the funeral of Ella s father, she is both shocked and excited about his return During his absence, Ella has often had vivid dreams about Nick observing his life, and through her dreams, she can piece together information about what Nick s life might be like She has never been as close to anyone as she was to Nick, and his abrupt departure left her feelingalone than ever Her loneliness was only compounded when she had to sacrifice her life, her dreams, and her education to stay home and take care of her ailing father, whose dementia steadily worsened Rice uses multiple POVs to tell the story this story which was effective in providingdepth to their characters and addingsubstance to the story Getting Ella s and Nick s POVs deepened my understanding of the intense feelings they have for each other, even through their separation Later in the story, Rice also adds the POV of the antagonist, Dr Charles Lee, the scientist with a deranged agenda for creating a super warrior with special powers His motivation for power and respect is the driving force behind his actions image error During these early scenes it is evident that Ella s feelings for Nick are stronger than just friendship, and Nick s POV reveals his inner conflict over his restraint and desire for Ella His attraction for her began before he left her, knowing she was too young for him at the time Nick and Ella finally give into their yearnings for one another as passion consumes them Ella is elated that Nick is back in her life When Nick leaves Ella again without telling her where he is going, she is devastated His abandonment once again almost breaks her By providing this glimpse of how their relationship has developed, Rice reinforces the agony both Ella and Nick experience once they are no longer together image error However, I was relieved to see Ella take charge of her life by leaving her childhood home that has become a dark, depressing, stifling place that would only continue to stagnate her Courageously, she takes her meager belongings and with limited resources sets out to forget Nick and begin living her life Kudos to Ella for being proactive instead of playing the victim The author makes a smooth transition to describe Ella s life ten years later The vivid, life like dreams Ella has had her entire life have led her to study neurobiology so that she can begin to identify, understand, and control her perception that she is having out of body experiences when she dreams Her work leads her to become part of a research group focused on the study of those with psychic abilities Unknowingly, she has become a part of Dr Lee s experimentation on human subjects in his efforts to create super soldiers with enhanced abilities and powers When members of the research group go missing, Ella is forced to flee Her desperate situation leads her to psychically call out for Nick, who is now a member of the fugitive Ghost Ops team Nick hears her call in his dream and begins a frantic search to find Ella From this point on, the Ghost Ops get involved in the drama Here we get to see a very different side of unflinching, stoic Nick whose biggest weakness is Ella I could feel the meltdown he was beginning to experience in the painstaking search for the woman he loves Rice does an excellent job of describing Nick s tumultuous emotions and his growing impatience to rescue Ella I even begin to get anxious, silently saying, Hurry, hurry, hurry before it s too late Needless to say, the suspense was intense Ella is an admirable character because of her diligence in overcoming the obstacles she has faced She never complained or whined about the sacrifices she made to care for her father She started over with nothing and eventually earned a Ph.D Intuitively, she knows she has a gift that others do not, and I like that she becomes passionate about her research to find answers Yet, when she becomes suspicious about the real agenda behind Lee s research, I m disappointed when she passively continues with research she knows is unethical image error The story builds into another crisis when Ella eventually works with the Ghost Ops team to resolve another major conflict of the story the need to rescue her fellow research subjects who have been kidnapped by Dr Lee and whose lives are in immediate danger Further, Ella has her own inner conflicts that she must deal with before she can move forward now that Nick has reappeared in her life How will she deal with the pain from Nick s abandonment and can she overcome her fears that he won t leave her again Rice also weaves in an unexpected element to the story that creates another suspenseful plot thread which changed my expectations of what to expect next In his impatience to develop a super warrior, Dr Lee has begun injecting himself with the experimental drug, and the consequences of his actions shocked and frightened me This complication is just developing and will certainly carry over into the plot of the third book in the series I am looking forward to discovering how this new problem will add to the plot.Rice does a good job of describing and explaining the advanced technology used to forward the plot in this fictitious world, and she shows how the technology can improve our lives, but that it also has the potential to destroy our future I had three major issues with the plot First of all, I appreciated that Rice included background information throughout the story to aid in the reader s understanding, but at times this information was redundant and detracted from the pacing of the story A second aspect was that I felt the rescue mission to capture Ella s colleagues was rushed and lacked the full attention it deserved I wish Rice would have lengthened the story so that the drama could have been heightened image error A final component that I didn t like was in how closely this storyline replicated the one in Heart of Danger A Ghost Op falls in love with a scientist with paranormal abilities, and she uses those powers to help in the mission I also found the crisis and its outcome mimics the one in the first book I hope that this doesn t mean Rice will use a formulaic plot as she continues the series Overall, this is a series that I will continue to follow The characterization and creative storyline with some surprising events kept my interest, and I look forward to the third book which features Jon, the third predominant team member and his search for a woman in danger I received a copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review


  9. Nonieღserenity2bliss Nonieღserenity2bliss says:

    This is a great read The storyline is interesting and it has a supernatural element that I didn t expect, which makes Ghost Ops different than all of her other series.I didn t realize IDOD is the second book of this series until mid way, when the character Catherine Young start to appear quite prominently in the story The rapport that she has with Nick made me curious and I was surprise to find out this is a second book But luckily enough, even without reading the first book, I could follow t This is a great read The storyline is interesting and it has a supernatural element that I didn t expect, which makes Ghost Ops different than all of her other series.I didn t realize IDOD is the second book of this series until mid way, when the character Catherine Young start to appear quite prominently in the story The rapport that she has with Nick made me curious and I was surprise to find out this is a second book But luckily enough, even without reading the first book, I could follow the storyline well The premise of this series was explained well in this book as well, which is a clever thing because i have to start hunting the first book one of these days and might as well grab the third one while I m at it


  10. Beth Beth says:

    Ella Thomason has dreams of the day she will be reunited with Nick Ross, the young man that her father took in and then disappeared 5 years ago She s pictured it a thousand times, but she never imagined that reunion would take place over her father s grave Just when she thought all was lost, Nick returns Duty calls, a lost note and misunderstandings keep Nick and Ella separated for 10years.Elle has started a new life, a life where she can study the psychic ability that she exhibits, dre Ella Thomason has dreams of the day she will be reunited with Nick Ross, the young man that her father took in and then disappeared 5 years ago She s pictured it a thousand times, but she never imagined that reunion would take place over her father s grave Just when she thought all was lost, Nick returns Duty calls, a lost note and misunderstandings keep Nick and Ella separated for 10years.Elle has started a new life, a life where she can study the psychic ability that she exhibits, dream walkingbut then her co workers start to disappear On the run for her life, Ella s only hope is Nick so she calls to him in her dream walking Nick hears Ella s desperation and must pull out all the stops to find the woman that has eluded him for 10 years and bring her to safety.Similar to the premise of Christine Feehan s Ghostwalker series, the Ghost Ops series has huge potential The idea of highly trained, military, secret ops, seriously hot alphas finding their perfect mate in a strong women with advanced psychically abilities definitely an awesome plot outline The sexual encounters and attraction could be considered combustible Unfortunately, this story was not for me I found this plot extremely descriptive but repetitive and sporadic disrupting the flow and character connections Although this book didn t suit me, it will definitely be a fit for a lot of erotic readers out therethe erotic encounters are completely smoldering.This ARC review of I Dream of Danger was given to me by Avon Red in exchange for a honest review This book is set for publication July 2, 2013.Written by Lisa Marie RiceSeries Ghost Ops 2Paperback 304 pagesPublisher Avon RedPublication Date July 2, 2013ISBN 10 0062121804ISBN 13 978 0062121806Age Recommendation AdultRating OKGenre EroticaBarnes Noble Forreviews check out Tome Tender s Book Blog or find us on Facebook.


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