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Cameron Dane
Literature & Fiction
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 24, 2011)
346 pages
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Dreaming in Color book. This was 1st book by Cameron Dane and I had aways heard that her stuff was pretty erotic.

Dreaming in Color book. But then someone also told me that this is her least smexy book.

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I really enjoyed how realistic Cameron Dane portrayed the situations that the main protagonists got into. I could completely understand how confused Rodrigo was about his attraction to both Braden and Abby. It was a beautiful thing being able to read about his journey of accepting himself and his lovers.

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Can a house possess a soul and want two men to fall in love? The sight of the red door saves Colin Baxter in his dream, but very quickly a man appears and the dream becomes something of raw sexual need with a person Colin can’t identify. He just knows the man needs him, and Colin aches to heal his lover…even if the man doesn’t really exist. Marek Donovan just wants to be left alone to lick his wounds and recover from a terrible loss. The rundown house in Fiji suits his minimal needs just fine. He doesn’t want to face the world again, and on a small, secluded island figures he’s safe from everyone and everything. Particularly guilt from his past. Dreams of this nameless man and his house plague Colin for two years, but he’s come to care about his phantom lover so deeply he doesn’t want them to end. Then Colin visits Fiji and comes face-to-face with the house from his visions, prompting him to believe these dreams just might be his destiny. Colin knocks on the door, determined to find answers. He doesn’t expect the man who answers to be someone he already knows. -- CONTENT NOTE: This is an erotic romance novel and contains explicit scenes of male/male loving, as well as a flashback containing violence.
  • furious ox
I easily gave it five stars. What an engrossing wonderful story.

Colin Baxter has been having dreams for two years. In his dreams, he is pulled to an island house with a red door. He feels the owner in pain, and wants nothing more than to ease his pain and heal him. Every night, he has the dream, and he starts to care for this dream man that he's never met. When his best friend Jordan is getting married, he suggests that they hold the wedding in Fiji where everyone can vacation and have a great time. During a boat tour around the smaller islands, he looks out across the water and sees the house of his dreams. He immediately returns on his own to meet the owner, and is stunned that it's Marek Donovan from his youth.

Characters are rich and finely developed in this story. Both Marek and Colin are very nuanced and rich characters with their own personalities. Like Yin and Yang, the two characters complement each other while remaining opposites. Colin is optimistic, Marek is pessimistic. Colin is filled with love and hope, Marek is filled with guilt, shame, and fear. The third character in this book is a surprise... the house itself. Is it merely a repository of the negative emotions Marek has been feeling, or does it have its own desires?

The writing is engaging and colorful, and the plot is beautiful. Not only are the characters finely developed, but they continue to grow throughout the novel. You empathize with each character and their hopes and fears. Like their love, the story grows, pulling you in deeper and deeper as Colin tries to break through Marek's defenses and Marek lives in fear of Colin's reaction when he hears the truth. There are highly romantic scenes, and when there's eroticism, it's charged.

It's romantic, heartbreaking, beautiful, gripping, sad, happy, and an absolutely wonderful heartwarming tale. Kudos to Cameron Dane for writing this!
  • Kekinos
The blurb above gives a pretty good synopsis about this book, but I have to say that it doesn't do it justice! This book is about letting go of your loss and pain, and coming with terms with the decisions you've made so far in your life (good or bad). Own it, evaluate where you are, and move on! Yes, sounds simple, but even I have a hard time doing that, so that's why I was so able to identify with Marek; he's in great pain and is somehow reaching out subconsciously to Colin. Colin is having dreams (sometimes sexual) about someone in pain and a house with a red door, but he doesn't know why. I know for some of you guys out there that believe in a higher power and souls connecting and things like that is hard to believe. Do you believe in "karma" and the philosophy of "paying it forward?" Well, beside that (sorry I got off track), this book is about one person reaching out to help and heal someone else. Marek need help, whether he knows it or not and Colin is just the person to do it. This is NOT, I repeat, NOT an erotic book with losts of M/M sex!!! If that is what you are looking for, you will be sorely disappointed buying this book. However, if you are looking for a book that will have you thinking twice, then this one is for you. This book is really touching and sweet; for you crybaby's, make sure you have the tissue handy! (Ok, ok! I had to grab some tissue too)!!!
  • Balladolbine
The blurb gives a great picture of what the book is about, so I'll just skip to the meat of a good review: Read. This. Book. Colin and Marek are both well-rounded characters and, while the majority of the book takes place in a rather short time, the connection the two have is believable, the issues with each other and within themselves are genuine. Jordan and Tag, supporting characters and Colin's friends, while used sparingly, have a definite dynamic with Colin and are perfectly utilized in the story. Not to give anything away, but one line in the book actually made me cry. When you see it, you'll know. So, again, if you're looking for a good m/m romance that's so much more than a handful of sex scenes with very little plot, you must read this book.
  • Joony
I really did not like this book. It's premise is one character has intimate dreams about a person and place for two years until he finally finds the house and the man that lives there. Supposedly the house is alive and drew him there because of the sadness of the man that lived there and the fact he was letting the house fall apart by not keeping it up. Mostly the book is angst and sex with a small story thrown in to tie it together. I would have not liked Marek the guy that lived in the house at all. He was a whiny needy jerk. I liked Colin but he wasn't a very strong character and was in love with Marek before he met him because of his dreams.
  • Frlas
The description of this book was questionable when I first read it but I loved the book in the end. The story line was really good and written good. The pace is good and a page turner. The characters are awesome to learn about and you love them both. You get to hear both sides of the main characters, which I love. They both have their problems but work through them with each other. The sex scenes are very well written and you feel like you know what they're feeling. The author is becoming one of my faves and Im new to the m/m books.
  • Auridora
I really enjoyed this book, it was something a bit different than the usual m/m romance and it's always nice to find a book that's not as formulaic as most (not that I have anything against formulaic in most cases, but the somewhat hidden gems are such fun to run across!).

There are plenty of other reviews that go over the basic plot details past what's in the blurb already, and I'm no good at writing gushing reviews without sounding fake, so I'll just stick with how enjoyable it was to find this gem. Why 4 stars instead of 5 then, you ask? It's not a punishment nor a bad reflection on the book by any means; but it doesn't quite reach the level of a John Lanyon, Andrew Grey or Ben Monopoli gem, either. We need a bigger scale to rate on, let's call this one an 8.75 out of 10. ;)

And I love the cover too, with the colorful typefont with the red door...the eye candy doesn't hurt, either. :D