Title: Hunted Dreams
Author: Elle Hill
Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing
Genre: Romance, Paranormal, Romantic Suspense
Length: 302 Pages
Buy Link: Amazon
Kat cannot remember anything about herself. All she knows is that she goes from one Nightmare to another. She doesn't even remember her name until she meets Reed in one of her Nightmares. Something is different about him. She can actually see him unlike the evil things in her Nightmares. Having Reed there and talking to him helps her to remember things. The dreams start changing. They are not as scary and they almost seem like memories. Reed says he is going to find her and help her. She has fallen in love with him during their time together. Having him there has made her stronger and she feels like she is strong enough to wake herself up.
Reed is an ex-Army vet and is living in his truck. He has a huge appetite. Always has, but with no job how is going to afford to feed himself soon. Then he runs into a boy getting ganged up on and has to help him even though the kid doesn't seem so happy about his help. The kid takes him home with him and tells him that he is more than human that he is something called a Broshi. And that they feed off of peoples emotions like pain. The kid and his family convince him to stay with him for a while to learn more about himself and what they are. While sleeping he starts dreaming of a girl. She eventually tells him that her name is Katana. He knows something is not right and he vows to find her and save her. He has a feeling that she is in that house somewhere. But Reed has secrets. What will happen when those secrets are revealed and will he be able to find and save Kat?
I thought that this book was great. I will admit that I found the book a bit confusing at first when it kept talking about a girl and different dream like scenes that always had something horrible happening in them. But once you get further into the book you start to have an idea of what is going on. I really liked Kat's character and the fact that no matter how horrible those Nightmares were she didn't give up. I definitely recommend reading and I know I will be checking out the rest of the books in this series.