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Michael Dalton

 What if you could have everything you wanted with a single thought? How far would you go?
College English professor Victor Hayes has an ordinary life that abruptly goes haywire one day when his fantasies begin taking life. A girl in his class, who's shown no interest in him whatsoever, suddenly becomes obsessed with him. Impossible things begin happening: his cat starts talking to him, his class erupts into an orgy one afternoon, yet no one else notices anything unusual. Worse, the fantasies start and stop without warning, afterwards reverting to his normal life as if nothing has happened.

For Victor has been caught up in something much older than him, something that will give him his every desire--but at a price.
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About the author

 Michael Dalton is a professional journalist and editor who writes erotic fiction and other works for readers of discriminating tastes.


Michael wrote his first piece of fiction in third grade, for which he was immediately accused of plagiarism by his teacher. His first piece of erotica--which has thankfully been lost to the mists of time--came a few years later.

Since then, he has been writing more or less steadily, interrupted only by occasional demands of work and family.

Michael enjoys writing across genres, and often mixes science fiction, fantasy, erotica, and alternate history into richly plotted and detailed novels.

Michael lives with his family and multiple pets in Southern California.
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Michael Dalton
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Published on
Oct 24, 2014
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Pages
201
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ISBN
9781310871504
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Alternative History
Fiction / Erotica
Fiction / Fantasy / Historical
Fiction / Thrillers / Supernatural
Fiction / Thrillers / Suspense
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This content is DRM free.
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