Don’t believe in reincarnation? Neither did Max nor Nikki until the dreams began.
A chance meeting thrusts Maxim Devereaux, head of an international modeling agency, and runaway Nikki Prentice into a tormented relationship as Maxim transforms Nikki into a super model.
Plagued by obstacles in their tragic past lives, they have one more chance together. But danger lurks when a stalker decides Nikki is the woman of his dreams.
SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS
Genre: Paranormal Romantic Suspense
Cover art: Marie-Nicole Ryan
Published 2003, Wings ePress
Re-released 2010, Ryandale Publishing
Print ISBN: 9780615627267
5 Cups! — “This book is well written, fast-paced and thought provoking. It is full of suspense, mystery and action; a page-turner from start to finish.” Reviewer: Cherokee at Coffee Time Romance
“This may be the first Ryan book I’ve read so far, but it won’t be the last. Whether the characters were living the dreams, or experiencing the pangs of life and love, I was caught up in this story.” Reviewer: Robin Taylor at The Road to Romance — Road to Romance Review
“SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS reminded me a lot of Judith McNaught’s first contemporary romances…. [It] was very engrossing and it was extremely difficult to stop reading.” Reviewer: Tara Black at The Romance Studio — 4.5 stars
“SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS is a definite fairly tale with heroes, villains, far off countries and dramatic rescues. Romance lovers will be in for an absolute treat with this book.” Reviewer: Melissa Parcel at In the Library Reviews Note: Site no longer active?
“Marie-Nicole Ryan has written a magnificent story about a hero and heroine who are destined to be with one another.[…]Once you start SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS, you will not be able to put it down. Come and experience a world where fairy tale dreams really do come true.” Reviewer: Robyn Reo at Romance Junkies’ Blue Ribbon Reviews 4 Ribbons!
“See You In My Dreams is jam-packed full of suspense, mystery and action. A page turner from start to finish. Strong characters abound in this riveting novel about two people whose lives are connected both in the past and present. This story explores two souls that always find each and leave the reader thinking of the possibilities “could this really happen?” Reviewer: Penny at Fallen Angel Reviews — 4 Angels!
“Ryan’s tale of star-crossed lovers who have loved and lost is a poignant–and sometimes gritty–tale that will resonate in readers.” Reviewer: Faith V. Smith at Romantic Times Magazine — 4 Stars!
“It’s a testament to a skilled writer when a somewhat jaded reader has trouble putting a book away for the night.[…] Ryan has a deft touch with her dialogue, creates unusual and sympathetic characters and paints scenes that take the reader seamlessly between the harshness of the mean streets, the glittering world of an elite modeling agency, and the couple’s dreamy past lives. This novel should please every hopeless romantic. Reviewer: Betty McCarthy, author of THIEF AT HEART
“SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS is a wonderfully told story, with many twists and turns. It will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very satisfying end.” Reviewer: Susan R. Sweet, author of A DEADLY AGENT
© 2003 Marie-Nicole Ryan
All rights reserved, Ryandale Publishing
The laundry room door opened. Max stepped out, clad only in a forest green bath towel, wrapped around his trim waist.
Good grief. As if she needed any more temptation. “Max, really.”
“Excusé moi,” he said, his eyes alight with mischief. “Everything I had was soaked.”
“Yeah, well you’d better get some dry clothes before you catch cold.” How in the hell could she concentrate with him parading around wearing a towel? His body, sculptured like a Greek statue, had broad planes of muscle rippling across his back. And she didn’t want to think about his firm butt, except there it was, covered only by a towel that looked like it might fall any second.
Inspiring. To say the least. Too bad she wasn’t writing a romance novel. Having Max around would certainly spice it up.
“I’m going. I’m going. I don’t want to risk offending your tender sensibilities.” Max bowed and turned to leave.
Nikki stood up and huffed. “I’m not offended. I’m–” she abruptly stopped, stunned by what she’d almost said.
“Were you tempted, Nikki? I’m tempted every minute I’m in the same room with you.” He walked toward her. “And when I’m not in the room with you, I’m thinking about you,” he murmured, his voice deepening with emotion.
Her knees grew weak. She always turned to jelly whenever he spoke in those soft, sensual tones, his accent stronger than usual.
Like a fool, she backed away.