The author pursues a intimate relationship with a woman online and uncovers some perverted aspects of his own psyche.
Adult readers, especially those who have read Ian Hunter's first book 'e-Love', about sex and relationships in the electronic age, will recognise the next stage of a man's sexual journey in this erotically charged volume.
e-Dreams, the second book in the series trilogy, re-introduces John, who embarks upon his second of three unique cyber-adventures while seeking a greater understanding of himself.
The first book left John hungry for another cyber relationship. This time around, when John reviews the Yahoo Personals intending to place another advertisement, he spots a potential kindred spirit in Nathalie, who possesses 'motherly' strength. Though childless, this married woman admits to a great capacity for love, while introducing John not only to the extremes of eroticism, but also ensnares him in the Web of pornography.
With Nathalie's encouragement, John embarks upon new writing adventures. The scenes he conjures are enticing to her, yet almost deranging to him. Ultimately, he bombards her with ideas he never knew were inside him, including vampirism, conquest, and bestiality. Theirs seems a meeting of minds and bodily ambitions. e-Dreams reaches the highest levels of the e-erotic scale.