Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Whale biologist Zoe Morgan doesn't believe in dreams, but they're more real than she thinks. When rock star by day/Sentinel by night Gavin Cassidy rescues her from drowning in the Dreaming, he gets more than he bargained for. Not only must he protect Zoe from Fyre Elementals who want her dead, but he must stop himself from falling in love with her--a task that proves much harder than he expects. More

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About Kendall Grey

A whale warrior, indie freedom fighter, and vodka martini aficionado, Kendall Grey is calm like an F-bomb*. She writes urban fantasy, rock star erotica, erotic suspense/thrillers, and apocalyptic science fiction. Swashbuckling cowboy priests in latex chaps are next on her To Write list**.

Kendall lives off a dirt road near Atlanta, Georgia with three mischievous Demonlings, a dashing geek in cyber armor, and a long-haired miniature Dachshund that thinks she's a cat.

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* Detonation manual not included.

** Just kidding about the cowboy priests. Someone probably already did that.


I Am a Whale Addict
Author Kendall Grey shares her love of whales through photos and videos. All profits from Kendall's JUST BREATHE urban fantasy romance trilogy will be donated to programs that educate people about whales and the challenges they face. The first book, INHALE, is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords.

Also in Series: Just Breathe

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Review by: Avid Mohavehiker on Aug. 03, 2013 :
This is a book that I couldn't get out of my head once I was done. It is an emotion grabber. I had a hard time getting started with it, though. I read a few pages and set it aside to read something else. Then read a few more pages and quit again. Once I got through the beginning and began to understand the "world" that the characters lived in I couldn't put it down. This is an amazing "world" that I got completely caught up in.
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Review by: Kelly Powell on Jan. 29, 2013 :
As the first book of the Just Breathe trilogy, Inhale proves to be an urban fantasy book not to be missed. Kendall Grey is a good author. I highly recommend it.
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Review by: Sherry Johnson on Jan. 27, 2013 :
This book is awesome,thanks to the author for writing it.
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Review by: Sherry Johnson on Jan. 25, 2013 : (no rating)
I've just recently bought this book,and I can't wait to read it.
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Review by: Melanie Kipp on Dec. 01, 2012 : (no rating)
"Inhale"is a delightful story of Zoe and Gavin, who - on the surface - are a whale researcher and a musician. But underneath that, in dream stage, they meet and find that together they have the power to stop the Fyre Elementals from taking over dream land, and from taking over reality too.
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Review by: Liz on Nov. 15, 2012 :
What a wonderful and unique story! I’ve not yet read anything like this book, and it was a fun change to venture into the Dreaming (our dream-state). In fact, every night I go to bed I hope to find my own Gavin waiting there to rescue me! Ahem, no luck yet…

This story is about Zoe, and she loves whales. She has such an affinity with them, its almost as if they speak to her. And even better, she’s just gotten a job in Australia tagging them along with her team. Perfect. But just before she’s to leave for there she starts having these crazy dreams. And in these dreams is a man. He doesn’t have a name, but hey, that’s partly what she likes about him. He’s hot, tattooed, pierced, and he is all man – and even better, he is totally into her. Am I the only one reaching for some warm milk to get to sleep a bit faster?

Gavin is a Sentinel. Sentinels are tied to the elements of earth, air, water and fire. His job is to keep the elements balanced. But now Sentinels need to protect us regular humans (Wyldings) in our dreams. Because if you die there, you die in real life. Fyres (fire elementals) are finding their way into the Dreaming and are wreaking havoc in the worst way.

Ok, so maybe I don’t need that milk afterall… Gavin’s next mission is Zoe. Everything about Zoe is a mystery to him (including her name!), but somehow she ties into the future safety of the world. Hey, no pressure here Gavin. Just go save the world with little to no information. Easy peasy!

This book had some really fresh and fun ideas. I’ve not read any books that mainly take place in our sleeping mind. Everything felt so real. It helps that Zoe is a lucid dreamer and that there is a chemistry between our two main characters that could make the ocean boil. Oh yeah, talk about tension! But even aside from that the scenery was beyond gorgeous and it really felt like a place I’d like to dream about myself.

There were times I was a bit confused about the elementals and who had what powers and certain beings having multiple powers… it became a bit much for me. The beginning had a lot of information and at times it was a lot to soak in. But once you got the hang of it and figure out the hierarchy of everything it was just like riding a bike. But all of that was totally worth it because in the Dreaming anything you think of can just be. I mean, you are dreaming afterall. Kind of makes regular life outside of your sleep not quite compare!

”Her sudden self-consciousness melted his heart. Did she have any idea what she did to him? Damn, she tore him down and tied him up inside. “

This book had a lot of interesting aspects, not to mention a slow building romantic tension that will leave you hooked and waiting for the next book. To torture you even more, Gavin knows that Zoe is a real person out there in the world. Ahh! It was killing me! I was happy and sad and anxious all at once! I found myself racing to the next scene with them together, I couldn’t get enough.

I definitely recommend this book. And even more awesome---- Kendall Grey will donate all profits from the sale of the JUST BREATHE trilogy to programs that educate people about whales and the challenges they face. So definitely put this on your “To Buy” list and help the whales
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