Reviewer Comments: I love Jayne Castle’s books and this one only reaffirmed my love. Her characters are delightful with just enough angst to make the story interesting without so much that their personal dramas take over the story. She blends scifi and romance beautifully. Her stories have enough of a connection to life as we know it that the alien setting isn’t completely unbelievable or inaccessible to new readers. If you haven’t read a Jayne Castle book, you are in for a treat. Hannah West is an orphan who has been raised by her two aunts. She has a specific para-psych talent for dreamwalking and interpreting dream energy in all its forms. She is known as the Finder. Hannah uses her talents to find things that others have lost. Her psy talent is a unique one and Hannah is searching for people who understand her skills and can tell her about her family. Elias Coppersmith is the son of a mining dynasty. His family mines all the different gems and crystals on Harmony, their planet. He hired Hannah to find a lost heirloom and found himself drawn to her and her energy. When one of his crews gets trapped behind a dreamlight curtain, Elias asks Hannah to help. This begins a wild night with them ending up married at the end of it. Since they can’t remember exactly what happened, they have to stick together to retrace their night. There is an element of suspense when we learn that people are chasing Elias and Hannah. We don’t know until the end if they are after Elias for his mining interests or Hannah for something she found. We go along with them as they try to figure out what is going on. Another element to this story is that their marriage is a Marriage of Convenience or an MC. These marriages are designed to be temporary, but when one of them starts to question the temporary nature of their union, things get even more interesting. Will they be able to make a permanent connection? This story is part of the Harmony series, but you don’t need to read the books in order. The only advantage to reading the series from the beginning is a deeper understanding of the world on Harmony and all the alien tech and para-psych powers. This book can be read as a stand-alone without any issues. Characters from prior books are mentioned, but they don’t play a crucial role.