Jarmon and Garrika Bakra are brothers
and twins to boot. In Javara, where they live, this means
they will share a woman and she must choose to marry one of
them, as women are scarce. Due to the scars that Jarmon has
from battle, he is concerned that he and his twin will not
find a woman. It looks like their fate might just change
when they stumble on a woman while out hunting. This woman
claims to be another Tapestry Bride, like the woman their
brothers found, who was pulled through time.
Genny is desperate to have things work
out for herself. She has always admired the Bakra twins
from afar. She has also suffered at the hands of her cruel
family and thinks she might have a way to escape them. But
if she fakes being a Tapestry Bride, will it hurt her
chances or help them?
With all having so many insecurities
and secrets, will they be able to come together as one
strong force in the short time they have together? Or will
fate keep them from fulfilling their dreams?
In Woven Dreams, Ms.
Walters hits the correct mix of sensuality, tender romance
and super hot sex. I continue to enjoy the world of Javara
and absolutely love the way they treat their women,
usually. The obvious exception is Genny’s family. But I
think Ms. Walters did a wonderful job in weaving this
heroine into the Tapestry family, in more than one way. I
look forward to the next installation. Woven Dreams
can easily be read out of order, but it also makes a strong
addition to the series.