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Dear Ms. Whomever:
It all starts with a microwaveable cheeseburger, the promise of coffee, and an abduction. While on a late night job run, partners Rae and Jack stop at to refuel. Jack wanders inside, while Rae waits in the car. At first, she thinks it’s her tired eyes playing tricks on her. It’s too late to escape when she realizes that the writhing shadows are more than just tricks of the light.
They conceal unknown creatures, but they’re the sort that Rae, Jack, and the other Illare mop up after on a daily basis. The Illare work on the fringes of the Dreamscape and the Ephemeral (human) realms, cleaning up the messes left behind when the two intersect. Sometimes they mop up bodies, sometimes they hunt those responsible. that left those bodies in the first place. No one in either world pays them any mind, or money-- they’re just two of the many invisible cogs keeping the peace between two worlds. Except this time, the Nightmares intentionally come into the human world looking for Illare blood.
This time, Rae is the job. It’s only a matter of time and broken bones before Jack finds her; that’s not the problem. The problem is that these unknown monsters are coming out of the woodwork and targeting them. Rae and Jack must puzzle out what these creatures are, why they’re after Rae, and how to slay them before the nightmares in the dark come back for round two. But when dealing with the Land of Dreams, nothing is ever that simple.
Unsung Lullaby is a new adult fantasy romance novel at a 104,753 words. and is one of two complete (yet separate) books set in the universe of the Dreamscape. Please find (whatever the particular agent requested) attached (included, whatever) as you requested.