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What inspired me to write Lullaby?
I was hunting for a "big" idea for a new series and was wiping sleep from my eyes one morning and the whole idea of the Sandman dawned on me. Taking that further, I swapped out the man for a maiden and not long after I merged it with Morpheus, Greek god of dreams, since both mythic characters center around dreams and dreaming, something many are fascinated by. At the time the #MeToo movement was growing and I saw this series as an opportunity to offer real help/hope to those affected. It is my sincere desire that this series be a help to reframe the abuse and empower victims to cope.

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Thousands of copies sold. Nearly one MILLION pages read for the series, hundreds of reviews on Amazon, and nearly 1,000 ratings on Goodreads.
Complete series! 4 books. Over 1,400 pages of magic, adventure, mythology, and romance. 

Alissandra’s immortal and wasn’t supposed to fall in love with her human dream charge, but they share wounded pasts and he’s the first to understand her pain. For his part, the prince has experienced his share of loss and betrayal and has erected barriers to protect his wounded heart–while these barriers guard, they also prevent him from experiencing love.

No one says, no, to the king. So when Morpheus, god of dreams as well as Ali’s father and sovereign, starts pressuring her to help him conquer mortal dreams making humans mindless slaves, she flees Dream Realm for Wake Realm to save the prince she loves, as well as all humans.

What Ali can’t anticipate is that political opponents in the prince’s kingdom will use her as a pawn in their quest to usurp power from the monarchy. Sensing the prince has more than a passing interest in the new arrival, they force her into a brutal competition that only the winner will walk away from.

If you love to hate supernatural bullies, empathize with wounded souls finding love, and cheer for the underdog you’ll devour this tale of Morpheus, Greek god of dreams, by USA Today Bestselling author L. R. W. Lee. It’s a slow-burn, fated mates, fantasy romance with potent sorcery and mythical intrigue.

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**This series will empower those who say #MeToo but contains mature content. Recommended for 18+.**

Praise for The Sand Maiden

“L.R.W. Lee brings an amazing new realm (literally!) to new adult fantasy. It’s sure to please fans of sorcerers, princes, kickass fight scenes, epic magic, and dazzling romance. Did I mention this is all in one series?” – Rachel E. Carter, USA Today bestselling author

“This engaging and poignant series delivers powerful and passionate romance for its readership. That said, it’s also refreshing to see a paranormal romance series that doesn’t solely rely on its passions to be of great quality, and I’d therefore highly recommend The Sand Maiden to fantasy and romance fans alike for its well rounded and atmospheric storytelling.” – K.C. Finn, Readers’ Favorite

“I’m enthralled. The series has held me captive…You have me in the spot I love/hate. It’s so good. I thoroughly enjoyed the humor woven in this story. A lovely conclusion. I want more!!!” – Peggy Frese, Senior Editor

“I lied to myself so many times when I said ‘just one more chapter’.” – Jamie Hejduk, Vine Voice Reviewer

“Addictive, captivating, dynamic, and (well..) ENCHANTING! A complete page turner! The series took that whole Sandman idea to the next level! – Brittany, Amazon Reviewer

“I was blown away. I absolutely loved everything about it.” – Deb T., Goodreads Reviewer 

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78 reviews for The Complete Sand Maiden Series Bundle – HUGE Savings over buying individual books

  1. NikkiBookDragon

    Omg the world building is amazing. I don’t think I’ve read anything like Lullaby before.

  2. Dillon Summerlin

    I feel in love with the main character, Alissandra, from the first page. She is brave, unselfish, strong, and caring. It was amazing to experience this new world with her and join on her journey of love

  3. Ellen Gunn

    This writer just keeps outdoing herself. This book is a fast and enjoyable read. I read it in 2 days because the plot kept me wanting to read more to find out what was going to happen next. If you like romance novels, you’ll love this! There’s adventure, intrigue and romance all rolled into one amazing book! The word pictures made me feel I was right in the book.

  4. English Lit Teacher

    I love this story! Ali is not your typical damsel in distress, quite the opposite really. The author’s writing style is beautiful and complex. Nothing is given away until she wants you to know it! Ali’s story is of loss and redemption at all costs.

  5. Miss C Manuel

    Loved this book. Tbh it can be a bit of a slow burner but once it picks up it keeps you entranced. I love Ali and love seeing how her relationships are blossoming. I also love Kovis and how we’re seeing some vulnerability in our strong male lead. I love the concept and can’t wait to be back in wake realm with some of my favourite new characters.

  6. Brenda Goode

    Great book, loved Ali, her strength and yet she was still innocent. I was a Kovas of my own. Love their banter back and forth, had me giggling. Great job. Cant wait to read the next one to see whar else happens.

  7. Solaris Duvaniel

    Thank you LRW Lee for giving the world another wonderful book to dive into! We follow Alissandra, a sand maiden of the Dream Realm, who guides and guards the dreams of her mortal charges. Alissandra, or Ali, has one responsibility that she looks after for the entirety of that mortal’s sleeping life, and this time her dreambeam is Prince Kovis of Elementis, an empire of Wake Realm, to whom she becomes mysteriously and critically connected to when she escapes her own realm and incarnates into a mortal being of flesh in Wake Realm, right inside the Prince’s rooms one night. Then begins Ali’s struggle to adjust and adapt, and learn the mortal ways of Wake Realm very quickly, while also striving to hide from her violent father, the ruler of Dream Realm, and help protect Wake Realm from his greedy ambitions. Prince Kovis is a military tactician, a royal commander, and a twin. His brother, Prince Kennan, is the head of interrogation for prisoners of their empire, among other things. Their elder sister, the Empress Rasa, is the empire’s current ruler. Ali has loved Kovis for a long time even though she is his sand maiden, and only knew him through his dreams. Prince Kovis did not formally meet Ali until several days after she first appeared in his chambers. There is also a Council who proves to be at odds with the royal family and interests of the empire, not surprisingly. I was surprised however at how weak the royal family appeared at the frequent impudence of the Council, especially when they manipulated and strong-armed their way into using Ali for their own political motives. Also the amount of gossip of the palace staff and insolence of some soldiers made the royals look powerless and lacking for loyalty instead of as the supreme law of their empire.

    My favorite genre to read is new adult fantasy, especially with a fine dose of romance mixed in. But I had mixed connections with Ali’s ordeal. On the one hand her constant confusion, naivete and guilelessness was a good portrayal of her inexperience as one who is thrust unexpectedly into a new existence in a new world— especially as she went from non-corporeal immortal to a physical human made of flesh and blood. On the other hand, I was also confused about this new world she is experiencing: Ali does not give much description of her new surroundings. She is mostly feeling things as she interacts with other humans, but it left me confused about the set-up of the book’s worlds of Dream Realm and Wake Realm. I personally hate run-on long-winded descriptions of things, but there was very little to understand for the story’s setting. Apparently Wake Realm has running water and indoor plumbing, but no electricity. I’m not sure what the Canyon is precisely, though it is mentioned regularly–but there are also gods? And there is magic in Wake Realm, and some carry multiple abilities while others carry none– but I am still confused about how or why Dream Realm and mares–night terrors–are significant in the whole cosmology of this universe. The sentence structure was abrupt and very choppy. Although this could have been attributed again to Ali’s rude awakening–literally–in Wake Realm, and contributed to the impression that Ali is still in the shock and awe stage and cannot form coherent thoughts in all the mayhem, the narration did not flow throughout the book’s entirety, and this made it more difficult to read. The Sand Maiden is categorized as a new adult fantasy, yet the narration very often read like middle schoolers, unfortunately. It is supposed to be difficult and uncomfortable to read violence done against an innocent, but necessary in stories with conflict. Yet when such events are is visited in The Sand Maiden, they come off as awkward rather than uncomfortable because certain words are avoided. I feel it is an insult to not call rape or attempted rape by its name with unapologetic bluntness. It was also unbelievable to me how Ali behaved with Kennan after her ordeal under the directorship of his interrogation staff. I would have never forgiven or trusted or given one inch to someone who took such measures, albeit Ali is a stranger and it is Kennan’s royal duty to extract the truth from suspects. Mind you, Ali’s progression with Kennan was explained and justified for this story, but it was personally not to my tastes, and I cringed more than once at those conversations. Again I touch on the development of Ali’s character as both well done, but also left wanting. If Ali is an immortal sand maiden who guides her mortals through their dreams from sleeping to waking, then she has not seen a great deal of the human experience through the subconscious lives of many mortal lifetimes? How is she so utterly ignorant about Wake Realm’s multi-faceted human behaviors? That was a contradiction for me. She has seen so much, (and yes, it is still different to physically be in it and truly experience life as a human being herself), and yet she is so unaware and witless about the woken world’s norms and mores, and plain old everything. Her only anchor in a brand new life is that she is certain of is her love for Prince Kovis. That never changed. On a side note I like that some things can stay the same while a character can still grow a great deal. Ali’s personal experiences with Prince Kovis are the primary focus of essentially the entire book. This got old for me very quickly, as it was constantly reiterated at what seemed like every paragraph, every page. I found that it cost the story crucial set up and world-building details necessary for any new series’s first installment. However, on a positive note, it pleased the romantic junkie in me. I found Prince Kovis’s behavior with Ali, going from aloof, suspicious stranger to helpful acquaintance and protector, then to subsequent friend and eventually more, to be very well done! I so greatly appreciate that this romance was not rushed and Prince Kovis did not look at Ali and immediately return her feelings in a love-at-first-sight attitude. The setbacks in their relationship were also realistic for the human condition, and felt natural to me. The book’s pacing was consummate and I deeply appreciated that it was not crammed into a few short days or weeks, like so many novels of a similar genre do. The timeline was spread out over several months. I also really enjoyed the lexicon applied to this universe: suns, heartbeats, fortnights, moons, in lieu of day, instant, week, month. I felt that was a creative, clever application for building a fantasy world. Overall a very interesting and unique concept: a dream world and a woken world. I did want more in world-building and explanation, but I got plenty of kind, sincere heroine and honest, supportive, princely partner. Weaving classic lullabies into the text, and making sand an unassuming yet crucial part of the story, these brilliant little nuances brought The Sand Maiden out of dreamy inception and into awakened reality for me.

  8. Jenna Hall

    Loved this book! I had it preordered for months and I was so happy when I recieved it. The cover was beautiful and the story was amazing. I can’t wait for book #2!

  9. Emma

    I LOVED this book – Ali is such a delightful character. The story flows well,the romance isn’t forced or rushed and I am so looking forward to the next book!

  10. Holly M.

    I read this dory after reading Rock a Bye Baby. I didn’t realize this was the first in a series ax it works well as a second! Nice story line, good characterization.

  11. Cabiria Aquarius

    Ali is a strong Sand Maiden and does what she believes is right. Her father, King Sandman of her area of Dream Realm is dangerous as she figures out for herself slowly. All she wants is his praise and love. But his love isn’t love. Not like she deserves. She escapes to Wake Realm to protect it. Only when she arrives is not the best time and she isn’t trusted. Not at first. Takes a while for them to believe who she is. I mean if this were to happen in this time and place in our reality… we would have trouble believing it too. She slowly finds herself in situations that trouble her but she does her best. She has the love of the people. This is a fantastic read. Sand Maidens weaving dreams? This is such a cool idea. I wonder what happens next. Such an amazing storyline and plot. How it all happens. What she goes through. Pulls at your heartstrings that’s for sure. I loved it!

  12. Jackie

    I really liked to see how Ali and Kovis’ relationship evolves in this book. The plot in this book reminds me of a blend of Air Awakens and The Hunger Games. I loved both books, so I really liked this one too. I was disappointed Ali didn’t put 2 and 2 together about the cloudy eye thing until the end though. She’s been incredibly insightful since entering wake realm except for that. To be fair, she had a lot to deal with. I also would have liked more expansion on her interaction with the warrior nomarchs. It did set a great opportunity to revisit in the next book when she will surely need allies to fight her father. So I’m gonna go buy it and hope I’m right. ^.^

  13. Lilannie79

    Ali is Kovis’s dream maiden, but when she escapes to the wake realm to keep her father from using him and killing her both of their lives get turned upside down. Can they survive when everyone is out to get them? Wonderful read from start to finish. I received this book as an arc and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  14. mflora

    Creative and intriguing read. This is a new to me author and alls I can say is wow great storyline building and the characters where well written and believable you could almost see the story unfolding right before your eyes. I can’t wait to see what this author writes next. This is one lm going to keep an eye out for

  15. Tina L

    It took awhile for me to really get ahold on this at first… and then, I could hardly put it down! It is just an amazing love story! If we all had a sand maiden that was perfect for us like Ali, life could be awesome! Realizing the powers that they have, the way they can utilize them is amazing also!

  16. MRT

    I’m a big fan of all of L.R.W. Lee’s books and Lullaby didn’t disappoint! The characters are interesting and the fantasy aspect of the book is awesome. I’ll remember for a quite a while the battle scenes because of the fantastic descriptions and imagery in the story. Lullaby puts a new twist on a romance between people from different places. The powers of the sand maiden are really really cool and they way they play out in the story is a lot of fun – and unpredictable. I fell in love with the characters and the place, and as as usual, cannot wait for the next book in the series.

  17. Kindle Customer

    Epic great read loved it

  18. Loretta Herman

    Fascinating bring to life the sleep realm giving us an understanding of another place and dreams. I can wait to continue this story line.

  19. Mimi

    Excellent book. Well written. I am looking forward to the next one!

  20. Casie L

    My Thoughts – 5 out of 5 Unicorns – I loved it!!! ***I choose what I read and review based on what intrigues me!! Yes, I got a review copy of this book, but no one tells me what to think, feel, or write about any book! The cover is perfect for this new world and intriguing! This is the first book in a new series that is considered New Adult which means you should be at least 18 to read this series due to the mature content. Wow, this book was intense and full of drama, intrigue, treachery, magic, and more! This world is just as amazing as Andy Smithson’s world but more adult. Ali is amazing, and she must endure so much. Her strength and love are beautiful. I can’t say the royal family is my favorite, but Kovis does redeem himself in my eyes at the end! The author is a magical story teller, and her talent amazes me. This was an emotional story that had me on a rollercoaster with Ali. Be warned that the ending leaves you wanting for book 2 immediately! I need to know what happens next. I highly recommend to anyone who wants a magical story that has life’s messiness and makes for a wonderful tale of magical worlds and fantasy that really intrigues!

  21. Erinesoul

    A good first effort, will hopefully pick up some in the next book. The premise and characters are good and my only compliant is that it rambles in places. Looking forward to book two

  22. Rukia

    This is by far one of the best stories I’ve come across that ain’t Shifter based. The story of Ali and Klovis is amazing and how far they come. From being interrogated to being his bride. The struggles that this couple go through is downright scary. I mean, how could you be with someone who knows your entire life, yet you know hardly anything about them? For Klovis it takes quite a lot of convincing and some struggles because of his past. Same goes for Ali. Even though she’s loved Klovis since he was an infant. She still doubts herself because of her father. L. R. W. does a good job in describing her characters. There’s only one downside. There’s not quite enough detail, but the plot still earned a five star review.

  23. R. Rousseau

    Thank you L.R.W. Lee for an advanced copy of this to read!!! I received this book for an honest review. And I am happy to say that an honest review wont be hard to come by!!! Just having finished this I am still on a happy high, buzzing with all the excitement of that ending!!! WAHHH!!! I need book two like IMMEDIATELY!! This book really throws you into a new world with new magic and a cray cray evil father/king/sandman and his daughter Alissandra. I thoroughly enjoyed the new spin on the sandman and the sand maiden idea. That each Maiden/Man has her own Dreambeam that they provide dreams to is just genius!! Although it took me about the first 5 chapters before I could even begin to comprehend how things worked, I really did love the world once I got the hang of it. After the inital slow start the rest of the story flew by, and then the next thing I knew, I was on the final page wondering what happened to the rest of my book?!! But alas, that is never a bad thing to enjoy a book enough to not realize how much you have read 🙂 I will keep this short and sweet since its still in the workings but definitely add this to your TBR immediately, you wont regret it! Happy Reading!

  24. Kindle Customer

    Mrs. Lee really blew me away with her refreshing new take on a paranormal romance. I also loved the genius way she used an old myth we all know from childhood, the “Sandman”, but weaved it and molded an entire world and mythos of her own from it. Ali is a Sandmaiden, who has been the weaver of Prince Kovis of Altairn’s dreams since he was born. When Ali finds out her father wants to take over the Prince’s kingdom and possibly harm him, she decides to escape from Dreamrealm and sacrifice her immortality to save the man she loves. Kovis, who is the prince of a magic wielding people, is guarded well by his twin brother and their guards. When they find Ali naked in the bed of stunned prince Kovis, the interrogations, mistreatment, and suspicion ensues. Both brothers battle their desire for Ali while they try to determine where she’s from and if she has harmful intentions toward the prince and the Altairn Empire.

  25. Tina M. Petriella

    When I first started this book I wasn’t sure how much I was going to enjoy it because I am usually not a big fantasy reader but it didn’t take long before I was hooked. Not only was it an easy read (I read it in a day) but the writing was phenomenal. I just fell for the characters. The best part, which I didn’t expect, is the funny parts. I actually giggled through certain parts. The relationship between Kovis and Ali seemed pulled from reality (I know it’s fantasy), the way they were a part of each other and fed off of each other in all situations. If you love fantasy books or even if you don’t I recommend picking this one up and reading it, you won’t be sorry. I can’t wait to start the next one!

  26. Startime

    Alissandra is a sand maiden, an Immortal Princess in the Dream Realm. She weaves the dreams of her charges once they are asleep. Her current charge is Prince Kovis, and she has been with him since before he was even born. The difference with Kovis is that she falls in love with him. When Ali’s father tries to use her to take over and enslave the Wake realm, she manages to flee the Dream Realm and joins Kovis in the Wake Realm. Met with suspicion, Ali finds herself imprisoned for a time, wondering if she has jumped into the fire from the frying pan? Great storyline and characters, with lots of action and twists, and romance make this a wonderful read!

  27. Allie Logsdon

    I recieved a ARC in exchange of an honest review. This is the second book I’ve beta read for this author and I have not been disappointed yet! I Loved it SO MUCH!!! Lee really put a lot of work into building up Ali (the MC) into this amazing force of nature from this naive woman with little backbone! I am so pleased with how this series is going and how it’s progressed. I love that it has parts written in the love interests point of view also, its really makes it all come together. Lots of twists and turns, action, romance, and its so unique from any world Ive read about so far! I cant wait to read the next book in this series!

  28. Sarah Coleman

    I loved everything about this book. The world building was absolutely beautiful and I loved the main character. This was a completely different concept from what you see normally and that is what really made me enjoy it. I have always had a fondness for Sandman lore, and this just spoke levels to me in how creative it was in taking that lore and turning it into something else. I need the second book NOW after reading this and I CANNOT wait! I received an ARC for free, and I am leaving an honest review voluntarily.

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