Author: Robbi Bryant
Source: Review Request
Genre: Paranormal Romance Fantasy
Length: 152 pages Paperback
Reviewed by: Emi
**I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest**
Veronica Armatti, a hairdresser and infatuation addict, has managed to strike the perfect balance between her daily existence and her overpowering desires. Veronica's husband, Joe, tolerates her addiction as long as he doesn't know the details. Veronica decides to get her latest fix with Andrew, an artist she meets at a grocery store. Andrew inducts Veronica into a mysterious and hypnotic dream world, where the powerful Devan entices her into his tribe of shape shifters, and where dreams and reality mingle in a deadly, intricate dance of survival.
I'll start off by saying that I love the cover of this book, it actually flows very well with the storyline. Sometimes I see covers that don't really capture the story, or I feel like the cover doesn't "match" the story per se. But the cover of Dream is perfect! The author created an amazing world, I thought it was a very interesting read and totally cool and a bit twisted but in a beautiful dream like way. I liked it and disliked it at the same time, actually the only thing I disliked about it was Devan. He was a bit sneaky and I didn't vibe very well with him. But the ending was so awesome, I loved it. At first I thought I was lost, maybe I missed something, but then it all comes to light and I was like YES! So totally awesome, twisted and very cool ending.
Veronica has what she calls an addiction for extra marital affairs, her husband Joe is ok with it, as long as he isn't told about it. But she does it because she feels that she is missing something, she thinks she's finding it with some side nookie. Then she meets Andrew, a dream walker, who takes her into a world that she falls in love with and thinks she's has finally found the missing piece to her soul. Veronica is fascinated by the dream world, it calls to her, and Andrew isn't so sure they should go back in. But she doesn't care, she goes back in and that's when things get kind of crazy, but in such a good way.
Awesome read, I highly recommend it!