Synopses & Reviews
Life can be a nightmare. Literally.
On the surface, it might seem like I, Dawn Riley, have it all. I've got a great job, a boyfriend who loves me . . . but my family life is a different story.
As the mortal daughter of the King of Dreams, I have an ability to exist between both worlds . . . which is terrifying to some. Now the Nightmare Council claims I've broken their laws and is threatening to have me "unmade." And if that's not bad enough, I need to track down a vicious criminal responsible for several savage attacks—before he finds me.
I'm lucky enough to have Noah by my side, and he'll do whatever it takes so that we can have a future together. In the end, though, this is my battle. The fate of a world rests upon my shoulders, and it seems the best that I can hope for is not to die in my sleep . . .
Just as Dawn begins to understand her powers, a new terror is unleashed on unsuspecting mortals in Dark Side of Dawn, the latest book in the Nightmare Chronicles series from USA Today bestselling author Kathryn Smith. The fate of the world is on her shoulders, and it seems that the best she can hope for is not to die in her sleep . . .
Just as Dawn begins to understand her powers, a new terror is unleashed on unsuspecting mortals, in this next installment of the Nightmare Chronicles by a "USA Today"-bestselling author. Original.
About the Author
Kathryn Smith has always loved happy endings. From the bedtime stories her wildly imaginative mother told, to the soap operas she wasn't supposed to watch, Kathryn loved to speculate as to how the characters would end up. Needless to say the entire Smith household heard about it when things did not go as young Kathryn thought they ought. Through her school years, Kathryn wrote stories and books for her friends to read. Even during college, when she studied journalism, her need to make up her own tales often drove her to late nights at the typewriter, writing about sexy men and the women they fell in love with. Fortunately, Kathryn's idea of sexy has changed over the years. Instead of rock stars and spies she writes about lords and...well, spies. The best part is she gets to share these stories with a few more people than were in her homeroom class!