The New York Times bestselling duo of Crusie and Mayer team up again with a hilarious paranormal novel that shows why the wildest ride at the Dreamland Amusement Park isn’t the roller coasterMary Alice Brannigan doesn’t believe in the supernatural. Nor does she expect to find that Dreamland, the... show more
The New York Times bestselling duo of Crusie and Mayer team up again with a hilarious paranormal novel that shows why the wildest ride at the Dreamland Amusement Park isn’t the roller coasterMary Alice Brannigan doesn’t believe in the supernatural. Nor does she expect to find that Dreamland, the decaying amusement park she’s been hired to restore, is a prison for the five Untouchables, the most powerful demons in the history of the world. Plus, there’s a guy she’s falling hard for, and there’s something about him that’s not quite right. But rocky romances and demented demons aren’t the only problems in Dreamland: Mab’s also coping with a crooked politician, a supernatural raven, a secret government agency, an inexperienced sorceress, an unsettling inheritance, and some mind-boggling revelations from her past. As her personal demons wreck her newfound relationship and real demons wreck the park, Mab faces down immortal evil and discovers what everybody who’s ever been to an amusement park knows: The end of the ride is always the wildest
Publish date: March 16th 2010
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages no: 351
Edition language: English
, Paranormal Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Next time I decide to read this it will probably be for Halloween bingo, because this hits a lot of squares, including Halloween itself and carnivals. It's fall in small-town Ohio, and Mab is almost finished restoring the old rides and statues in a small amusement park that's being refurbished. Mab ...
This story delivered exactly what I was looking for, a light, entertaining read for escaping from the stress of my everyday world. The plot twists and character motivations were transparent, the Inoperable Bullet plot device was ridiculous, and the character arcs and Happily-Ever-Afters were both co...
Upon the second reading, two years after its release, I liked this book much better. Much-much better! I’m bumping its rating too: from 3 stars to 4 stars. Although I’m still not exactly happy about the protagonists and bewildered by their strange pairings, I think that the depictions of secondary c...
The thing about audio books is that it takes approximately 16X longer for someone else to read the book to me than it would for me to just read the book myself. Which can be frustrating when you have nothing to do, and just want to speed through the rest of the book, and you can't. On the other ha...
I always love a Jennifer Crusie book for a quick fun read, and when I saw this one in the "new books" section at my local library, I just had to bring it home... And when work for my day job drove me completely nuts, I picked this up for some brain relaxation.And brain relaxation it provided. Mab--M...
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