Elyzabeth M. VaLey – Dreams of Fate

Happy Halloween
everyone! Although there are still quite a few days left, I’m already getting
everything ready to scare my neighborhood kids. I’m also, as the hopeless
romantic that I am, plotting stories with seemingly impossible pairs. You know,
like, dragon shifters and humans or elves and vampires.
With that in mind and
since it’s almost Halloween and all sort of scary creatures will be coming out
to play, I’ve come up with a short list of the craziest spooky-romantic
pairings I could think of.
and the Wicked Witch of Oz: The wicked witch would fall for Frank’s green tinge
and his large muscles. He’d be a goner once he had a look at those pretty
stockings she wears and the sexy red shoes.

and vampires: Gluttons for punishment these two would bond in their love for
blood and gore. Together they’d search the neighborhood in search of the most
succulent piece of meat.

and ghosts: One of them is missing organs and the other is missing everything.
Empty bodies and souls, these two would be quite the match in bed. Just
imagine, ghost enters skeleton [literally] and brings the, oh, so delicious

clown and living evil doll: Well, doll likes going to the circus, no?

Mummy and
She-Devil: He likes to be tied up and she likes to prod with her trident, whips
and whatever other implement she can get her hands on. Perfect match, no?
So what do you think,
matches made in heaven, er, I mean, hell, right? What sort of freaky pairs can
you come up with?
Dreams of Fate Blurb:
are more to dreams than meets the eye…

When Alisha, Queen of the elves, meets Lord
Tarmo in the dead of the night, she recognizes him as the man who has plagued
her dreams. Soon, she discovers that he too has been dreaming with her. The
problem is that Tarmo is a vampire.

Afraid of the power Tarmo holds over her body,
Alisha does not want to believe that their dreams are visions of destiny. But
once they touch, neither can deny the passion that binds them for all time…

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Elyzabeth M. VaLey Author Bio:

Defined as weird since she was about eight, Elyzabeth
honors the title by making up songs about her chores, doodling stars and
flowers on any blank sheet of paper and talking to her dog whenever he feigns

Losing the battle to the voices in her head is
her favorite pastime after annoying her younger sister with her singing.
Writing stories full of passion and emotion where love conquers all is her
happy pill and she’ll forgo sleep to make her readers live the dream.