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You're having one hell of a bad dream.” Zoe opened her eyes to find the world just as dark and bleak as her— “Dream? What do you mean, dream?” she asked Maria, who knelt beside the sleeping pallet in her own little cave.

Author: Susan Sizemore

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781439165805

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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New York Times bestselling author Susan Sizemore presents an exciting twist on her popular Primes series: the novel read by the one and only Vampire Book Club! Share the thrills as you discover a hidden world where passions and fear run high, and a vampire General and an Empire princess together find illicit, unquenchable desire.... A twist of fate made Zoe Pappas heir to the Byzant throne. Bound by duty and devotion to keep the Empire safe, Zoe is captured while on a secret diplomatic mission and sent to an underground prisoner-of-war camp. In this strange, shadowy place, residents are governed by fellow inmate General Matthias "Doc" Raven, whose powerful magnetism rouses an urgent desire in Zoe. But the intensity of her attraction is matched by her surprise at discovering that Doc has a secret of his own: he is a vampire. Zoe's presence puts everyone in the camp in danger. Doc knows it, and knows too that Zoe's royal status makes it impossible for her to bond with a vampire. The only way to save her is to help her escape, and lose her forever. But some fires are impossible to quench, even when following your heart is the ultimate taboo....
2009-10-27 By Susan Sizemore

I was dreaming, and the dream was vague, confused, with shadowy figures barely perceived through a hazy mist, drifting, as dream figures do, going nowhere in slow motion. The emotions were vague, too, and then there was a jarring note, ...

Author: Jennifer Wilde

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 9781497698345

Category: Fiction

Page: 213

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In New York Times–bestselling author Jennifer Wilde’s spellbinding tale of romantic suspense, an ominous horoscope proves eerily accurate for a woman visiting a quaint English town “You will make a sudden journey and meet a dark stranger . . .” Author Jane Martin doesn’t believe in fate, so when she stumbles across her horoscope in the newspaper one day, she decides to disregard it. But then her widowed brother calls, asking her to take care of his children while he’s away at a science conference. He’s even booked her a first-class train ticket. En route to her brother’s house, Jane is accosted by one stranger only to be rescued by another. One of these handsome men is destined to come back into her life, because peaceful, centuries-old Abbotstown has been rocked by a string of bizarre burglaries—and a murder. There are no leads or suspects, but Jane’s precocious niece Rebecca insists she knows things the police aren’t aware of. After someone tries to break in to the house, Jane finds herself surrounded by too many men who say they want to protect her and the children. Suddenly she fears she is a pawn in a sinister intrigue in which she will not be able to distinguish hero from villain.
2015-02-10 By Jennifer Wilde

“I don't dream very often so I don't get much chance to notice sequences like that. But I think it happens to nearly everyone. It happened to me when I was younger.” “I'm probably getting younger then. Several times during the last ...

Author: Julien Gracq

Publisher: Pushkin Press

ISBN: 9781782270584

Category: Fiction

Page: 254

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A surreal nouveau-Gothic tale of death in a 1920s seaside hotel. Two lovers arrive at a seaside hotel in 1920's Brittany. The other guests soon become obsessed with the man, the equivocal unsettling Allan. One by one they realise who he is - that Death has come to spend the summer with them. Amid the ceaseless thunder of the waves, the wild and often surreal Breton landscape, the group that gravitates around Allan - an uncannily contemporary figure - gradually disintegrates. His death seems to symbolize the end of a generation, the approach of war.That Gracq wrote this oblique, prescient novel in a remote German prisoner-of-war camp makes its carefree jazz age setting particularly poignant.
2013-05-21 By Julien Gracq

This is a dream that you had for a long time and it did end the way I am narrating it. ... to what Manu's research center claims, there are no alternate universes where time is reversed, but 130 A Man From The DarkStranger Twins.

Author: The Paracosmic Couple

Publisher: Writers Community

ISBN: 9788195024476

Category: Art


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'Whatever was present at the beginning will remain so until the end.' Synopsis of the book A man from the dark is a unique depiction of facts and dimensions that are already existing in this world but are often overlooked. The protagonist of the novel is a highly skilled data scientist who, under the aegis of his wife, develops an algorithm that makes their lives bizarre. Standing at the edge of a precipice, Seth Agnes is about to take a leap of peace upon fulfilling uncompromised vengeance on his wife. His destiny, on the other hand, had a different plan for him. He encounters a young woman in the dead of night who attempts to persuade him to be her husband. Her persuasion insinuates his mind, causing him to embark on a quest to reclaim his life by tracking down and deciphering a mysterious man's message. About Author Sabby and Joslin were raised and graduated in the city of Mumbai. Despite the fact that Sabby wrote several short stories, journals, and play scripts, he never thought of publishing it until she came into his life. Having a mutual dream, they decided to put life to one of his many story threads. They took the characters and placed them in an imaginary world that adheres to real-world cosmic rules. And thus, they together became 'The Paracosmic Couple.' About Author

(Zeller 1975, 60—61) Viewing the dream in this context suggests that the dreamer's daylight task is to examine what ... The dark stranger appears again in her dreams at the moment Brydon confronts his alter ego alone in the dark house.

Author: Carol Schreier Rupprecht

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9781438418322

Category: Psychology

Page: 325

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This book partakes of a long tradition of dream interpretation, but, at the same time, is unique in its cross-cultural and interdisciplinary methods and in its mix of theoretical and analytical approaches. It includes a great chronological and geographical range, from ancient Sumeria to eighteenth-century China; medieval Hispanic dream poetry to Italian Renaissance dream theory; Shakespeare to Nerval; and from Dostoevsky, through Emily Brontë, to Henry James. Rupprecht also incorporates various critical orientations including archetypal, comparative, feminist, historicist, linguistic, postmodern, psychoanalytic, religious, reader response, and self-psychology.

Another amazing set of dreams had to do with the spirit in matter, the dark stranger rising up out of the earth ... One woman writes in her dream journal: I am standing in an ancient forest grove when, suddenly, my eyes focus on a huge ...

Author: Elinor Dickson

Publisher: Chiron Publications

ISBN: 9781630516970

Category: Psychology

Page: 202

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At a time when we are witnessing the return of the World Soul, the rise of feminine consciousness and the re-enchantment of Nature, the friendship between Marion Woodman and Elinor Dickson offers us a rare glimpse into the new story yearning to be born. Dancing at the Still Point reveals a remarkable friendship rooted in Soul that is both deeply personal and transpersonal. Prompted by a dream in which Marion told her to write about their friendship, Elinor has succeeded in weaving their shared visions, dreams and insights with the playfulness, challenges, and honesty they shared over thirty-four years. Like all deep friendships, Marion and Elinor mirrored each other while mutually affirming their individual destinies. This is a book that celebrates the gift of friendship as a compelling model for community in these times. As Marion would say, “where soul meets soul that’s love” and love is the field in which we are all called to dance. Elinor Dickson, Ph.D., is a psychologist, Jungian therapist, lecturer and workshop leader. She is the co-author of Dancing in the Flames written with Marion Woodman. She lives in Toronto, Ontario
2019-05-03 By Elinor Dickson

A Hands-On, How-To, Step-By-Step Guide to Understanding Your Dreams Velva Lee Heraty MSW ... Quest Dreams Journey Dreams Shadow Dreams House Dreams Lost Dreams Infant Dreams Toddler Dreams ChildDreams Dark Stranger Dreams Animal Dreams.

Author: Velva Lee Heraty, MSW

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781452587110

Category: Self-Help

Page: 162

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The Dream Belongs to the Dreamer is a compelling hands-on, how-to guide professionally designed to help you unravel the mysteries of your dreams. You will be expertly guided through chapter after chapter of steps, techniques, definitions, and examples to help you more fully understand your dreams on their deepest levels. Five fascinating true-life stories of insightful dream dialogues are included to show you just how rewarding and meaningful this new method, called Subjective Symbol Immersion©, truly is. Included are sections set aside for your personal notes and reflections so you can go at your own pace. In addition, to help make your dreamwork journey as meaningful as possible, there is a Dreamer’s Toolkit of wonderful and fun exercises and a Glossary of Terms in the back of the book. Here is one reader’s review: “From time to time I’ve been jolted by an extraordinary book that stops my world. It forces me to look at “reality” in a different way, a more expansive and meaningful way in which I can more easily connect to my true self. The Dream Belongs to the Dreamer is such a book. It will help anyone willing to apply its unique method to their dreams achieve a healthy and creative life in harmony and balance. I know it did for me.” Stephen Danzig, President, The IDA Projects, London.
2014-07-30 By Velva Lee Heraty, MSW

This is borne out when Slocum says of the dark stranger , “ ... I think he is carrying a knife ; I try to scream but can make no sound ” and when he moves from describing this dream to describing memories of his own tonsillectomy ...

Author: James Nagel

Publisher: Boston, Mass. : G.K. Hall

ISBN: STANFORD:36105003952582

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 253

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1984 By James Nagel

How else could she explain her vivid dream of a dark stranger—an absolutely delicious, devilishly handsome hunk—who gazed at her with the most incredible silver-gray eyes as he repeated find the key? That damned phrase looped in her ...

Author: Stella May

Publisher: Stella May

ISBN: 9781737647409

Category: Fiction

Page: 123

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Nika Morris’s sixth sense has helped build a successful business, lovingly restoring and reselling historic homes on Florida’s Amelia Island. But there’s one forlorn, neglected relic that’s pulled at her from the moment she saw it. The century-old Coleman house. Quite unexpectedly, the house is handed to her on a silver platter—along with a mysterious letter, postmarked 1909, yet addressed personally to Nika. Its cryptic message: Find the key. You know where it is. Hurry, for goodness sake! The message triggers an irresistible drive to find that key. When she does, one twist in an old grandfather clock throws her back in time, straight into the arms of deliciously, devilishly handsome Elijah Coleman. Swept up in a journey of a lifetime, Nika finds herself falling in love with Eli—and with the family and friends that inhabit a time not even her vivid imagination could have conjured. But in one desperate moment of homesickness, she makes a decision that will not only alter the course of more than one life, but break her heart.
2021-09-27 By Stella May

woods she comes across a dark stranger who shatters her hopes with a kiss and a devastating revelation of the feelings of her betrothed. Preparing to marry a woman he doesn't know, Aiden Delaware, Earl of Aubrey, seeks solace in the ...

Author: Katherine Kingsley

Publisher: Diversion Publishing Corp.

ISBN: 9781626811461

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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In the final historical romance of the Pascal trilogy, a chance encounter in a faraway land leads to lifelong love. Making his way through Turkey, Andre de Saint-Simon saves the life of a young Englishwoman. He has no intention of keeping her by his side—no matter how charming she may be. But when he discovers that Ali is the long-lost daughter of his mentor, Andre feels obligated to return her to England. Maybe with some distance he might be able to forget her . . . Determined to win Andre’s heart, Ali endeavors to turn herself into a proper lady. When Andre finally returns home, Ali carefully orchestrates his arranged marriage—with herself in the role of bride. Legally bound to the waif he once saved, Andre refuses to admit his growing desire for the woman Ali has become. But he can only deny his heart’s true home for so long . . .
2013-10-10 By Katherine Kingsley