If I die before I wake…
Summoning her courage, Sera must face the harsh Scrape winds to add her strength to Harlen’s fight. But nothing can combat the forces rising in the deep as they finally make their move. Danger comes from all sides at once, leaving Harlen no choice but to use the woman he loves as a proxy to penetrate the Black Market. And yet doing so leaves them utterly vulnerable, adrift in the sands, as nightmares descend.
Delirium is the sixth installment in the Reveler serial, a hot paranormal romance set in a world where shared dreaming is a new pop culture phenomenon that allows people to indulge their wildest fantasies. But there are also unknown dangers Darkside; nightmares are slowly infiltrating not only dreams, but the waking world as well.
Each of these books just builds up the storyline and it's great to see previous leading characters step up and take even more risks in Delirium. It's definitely more of an ensemble piece but it works beautifully to bring this book to life in glorious Technicolor! It's a very tense time for Harlen as he has been made the new Division Head but with it comes not just the dreaded paperwork but also a death threat! There is a huge target painted on his back by the corrupt Oneiros and they are prepared to go to any lengths to remove the Dream Police.
Luckily, Harlen knows just who he can trust but that net is rapidly getting smaller. The woman of his dreams, Sera, has his back but does he really want her in danger? Sometimes choices are taken away from us and Sera is about to prove she's no shrinking violet and that actually she's more than a match for the unscrupulous bullies out there. Once upon a time the waking world was safe but now, no one knows just how unsafe they really are!
Delirium is another great installment to the series and it was such fun to catch up and see these guys squirm a little as their women show them just how kick ass they can really be. I've always loved Maisie and her dream city but in this book Sera, the chef, shows her mettle too and woe betide anyone who gets in this woman's way. I'm always a little surprised Ms Kellison can convey so much in so few pages and yet it's fast paced and exciting all the way and even has time for a little romance. This installment felt quite poignant in fact and was an emotional read. So few words in total and yet each one a little nugget of pure gold. Well done Ms Kellison and I can't wait to read more.
I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review.