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Can even the unlikeliest of dreams come true?He sees a spinsterish misfit.If the Guinness Book of World Records had a category for the world’s most boring life, Millie Stephens knows she would hold the record. After the plain, strait-laced personal assistant is saved by a total stranger from becoming New York City’s latest traffic fatality, she has a disheartening epiphanyCan even the unlikeliest of dreams come true?He sees a spinsterish misfit.If the Guinness Book of World Records had a category for the world’s most boring life, Millie Stephens knows she would hold the record. After the plain, strait-laced personal assistant is saved by a total stranger from becoming New York City’s latest traffic fatality, she has a disheartening epiphany: her life’s highlight reel didn’t exist. Determined to step out of the shadows and take a walk on the wild side, she starts Millie-style – by making a list.She sees a stereotypical thug.That total stranger, bad boy Ian Brand, is more than the sum of his parts. Beneath that sexy, tattooed exterior is a man with a painful past who’s desperate to both hide and overcome his disability in the pursuit of his dreams. But his decision to bid on a large construction project could both lead to his downfall and reveal his secret.Will Millie and Ian look beneath the surface and see there’s more to each other than meets the eye?...

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  • Dianne
    2018-11-06 12:12

    We all have dreams, for some they become goals, but for others, these dreams are more ethereal, dreams of love and romance, dreams of being desirable, of being wanted, and that is just what plain, bland Millie Stephens had, dreams. Sure she had a fabulous job that gave her access to famous people, beautiful people and an extended family of sorts, but it isn’t the same.Enter a knight in tarnished armor, or tattooed leather, scruffy, deep-voiced, and strong. He saved her from becoming a hood ornament on a busy New York street and of course, she froze. Now she dreams of him, erotic dreams, of course. Imagine her utter shock at finding him the new carpenter at her author/boos/friend’s home! Can she be any more of a dufus? She trips, she chokes, she spills on herself and always in front of Ian Brand, sex on two legs. As if he would notice her…Notice her, he did, and it certainly wasn’t her dress or carriage, it was what was underneath, a woman with something to give, with passion and most importantly, a loving heart. But everyone has secrets and Ian has a ton of them, for which he is ashamed, and damaged. How could he even think this beautiful swan hiding behind the façade of an ugly duckling ever win a girl like her?Dreams of Her Own by Rebecca Heflin is one of those sweet romances that sparkle with all the humor of life’s imperfections! No over-the-top, perfect beings, but two strangers who seem to find a common bond in spite of life’s little interruptions and losses. Your heart will go out to Millie, the consummate Plain Jane. Don’t think you won’t feel something for Ian, he may be beautiful in a manly way, but the brutal past he endured became the basis for the caring man he has become. The swan he unveiled within Millie is nothing short of true romance, because who wouldn’t want someone who gave you the confidence to be the best that you could be, to grab on to what you want and to make your dreams come true?? Fun reading with a pinch of spice!I received a review copy from author, Rebecca Heflin in exchange for my honest review.Dreams Come True - Book 3Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing (January 27, 2016)Publication Date: January 27, 2016Genre: Contemporary Romance | LightPrint Length: 238 pagesAvailable from: AmazonFor Reviews & More: http://tometender.blogspot.com

  • Sophia
    2018-11-06 14:09

    Talk about an opposites attract! Painfully socially awkward, but cultured woman and bad boy work with his hands man have nothing in common, right? You might be surprised. I enjoyed this simple, but heartwarming story of two people caged by their own issues, but seeing beyond the surface to something special in each other. If only they can pluck up the courage to beat their own pasts.This is book three in the Dreams Come True series. It can work easily as a standalone as it's ties are fairly loose to the first two stories. Recurring characters are present, but the plot is all new for this one.The story begins with mousy, timid, awkward, and lonely Millie Stephens getting snatched out of the past of a speeding car by a handsome stranger. This causes her to re-evaluate her life. What life? She has no life. It is painful to admit that for years her sole focus has been to blend, to hide, to be unnoticed, and she is so successful at it that now her world is her work and her tiny apartment. But Millie wants to change things. So she draws up one of her familiar lists. This is a list of dreams in one column and life activities in another: have sex, get drunk, be happy, fall in love- scratch that, be content, fall into like. Best she can hope for, right? She doesn't miss the way Darcy's contractor and the guy who rescued her thinks she's a weird and odd when he comes to the house to put in a nursery and update the upstairs bathroom for an expectant Darcy.Millie isn't far off at first. Ian Brand does think author Darcy's assistant is mentally or physically challenged as she goes silent and gap-mouthed and tripping all over herself around him. He has saved her life each time he encounters her. But then he is amused when the brown mousy woman shows she has a brilliant mind after she realizes that he appreciates classical music and books on philosophy. He knows what she thought seeing him looking rough and doing manual labor work. He formed a few early and erroneous impressions of his own.However, as the two start to spend time together and get past the awkwardness, they see much to appreciate. Millie blooms under Ian's praise and Ian has wistful thoughts what it would be like to be in a relationship. But Ian has a big opportunity for his historical restoration business in England and he knows that if Millie knew his secret, she wouldn't want him. And Millie is certain that while Ian enjoys being with her, he would never want anything permanent with a loser like her.While the story is pretty straight forward with its Ugly Duckling type romance tale, the author builds in meaningful extras like Ian's attachment to terminally ill Ruby, his hard past, Millie's careless parents and her own painful past, the group of friends who want to help the pair, and the engaging NYC setting. It's gently paced and eventually builds up from awkward meet-up to spicy passion and the inevitable conflict. The conflict is no shocker and the reader sees it coming, but it fit the circumstances and allowed the denouement to have a satisfying feel.I liked how the author wrote Millie's character. She truly is painfully awkward and not in a cute geeky way. But she is also kind and brilliant. She spouts random facts and it can get messy when she decides to check things off her list. She has these inexplicable things happen that always seem to happen around Ian that are embarrassing for her, but sorta funny for the reader.But yeah, this poor gal was one well disguised swan. I liked that Ian saw her as beautiful and likeable before she had her final makeover. He truly fell for the woman under the dowdy and sometimes prickly outward appearance.And that leads to Ian. He grew up rough, but because of one special lady taking an interest in an abused, punk kid from a poor family, he had a chance. And he does well with that chance by working hard and being the son that a childless couple never had and he works to make them proud even if one is gone and the other, Ruby, is dying. Ian has dyslexia, but hides it. He is ashamed and thinks if people knew they would think he was dumb just like his cruel step-dad, the kids, and his teachers. This is why he keeps Millie at a distance. He thinks he doesn't deserve her. Well they both have that going on which is essentially what causes the conflict in the romance.In summary, this is a light, heartwarming and sometimes humorous contemporary romance that I think most will find appealing.My thanks to the author for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.

  • Nada Sobhi
    2018-10-25 18:07

    Dreams of Her Own by Rebecca Heflin is the third and final instalment in the Dreams Come True Series. This time, the story revolves around Millie, an assistant to best-selling romantic author Darcy Butler. Once I started the book, I couldn't put it down and once I finished it, I just wanted to start it all over again!Full of events, the first chapter in Dreams of Her Own introduces Millie and her soon-to-be crush, Ian. I particularly like how Heflin introduces the reader to Millie."Lists were her life. They provided organisation, structure and a sense of accomplishment. She loved ticking things off her list so much that if she accomplished something that wasn't on the list, she'd write it down just so she could have the pleasure of marking it off."I totally related to Millie in the lists and marking part. There were many times that I felt Millie was like me; although her series of unfortunate events were too much for a single person but believable for a book. From the first chapter, we see how Millie views herself, no self-appreciation whatsoever, and Ian's reaction to hearing her voice for the first time. Total contrast and comedy, especially for the reader.Also, in the first chapter, Ian rescues Millie from a truck running a red light. After the chapter is over, the reader realises that Millie and Ian will meet again soon but under different circumstances, making the reader all tingly and excited."He'd saved her from becoming another pedestrian versus motor vehicle death statistic."Millie prefers to be invisible. Although of high intelligence, she is socially awkward. Her experiences in school and in life have prompted her to wear all brown to "blend in" and avoid being noticed."A twinge of guilt poked her. Not for eavesdropping, but for doing to Ian what people did to her: judging a book by its cover."Heflin makes great use of the setting through her description of Darcy's house, the interior decorating. Her use of conversations between Darcy and Ian also gives the reader a closer view of the setting. I liked that technique.Dreams of Her Own is full of beautiful imagery and quotes. It is also full of comedy and silly situations that happen to no one but Millie. It cracked me up and made me want to give her a hug."She'd never been so close to a man before. Unless you counted rush hour on the Brooklyn-Queens Crosstown."Millie is an overall quirky character, with a big, loving and caring heart. The moment things may progress between her and Ian, Darcy and her friends immediately take it upon themselves to make sure she's ok, even if that means giving Ian a clear warning "not to hurt her."One of the techniques Heflin used was other characters' description and thoughts of Millie: "She resembled some prim, uptight spinster from a gothic novel.""She was one big accident waiting to happen."Both Millie and Ian have troubled pasts. Millie was neglected, while Ian suffered from abuse in addition to his dyslexia, which he hasn't shared with anyone except the family who took him in after his mother's passing.I like how Heflin gives Darcy, the protagonist in the first instalment in the series, and Laura, the main character in the second book, roles to play in Millie's life. It also gives a sort of connection and progression in the series.Millie's curses are hilarious and all literature-related. "Hamlet and Ophelia!" "Catherine and Heathcliff!" "Friar Tuck!"The chapters just flowed and the pace was quick and enjoyable. Millie witnessed major character development both inwardly and on the outside. Ian's character too developed into a better understanding of others. He learnt that he needed to trust others more, especially with regards to his dyslexia.I finished the book in two sittings, although I could have finished it in one if it weren't for personal commitments. Although the third in the series, Dreams of Her Own can be read as a standalone.Dreams of Her Own is a quick-paced romantic comedy, not devoid of steamy encounters, especially as Millie begins to learn more about sex, a topic she's only read about in romance novels and educational books. A must read by all means, although for ages 18 and above."She wore her mantle of brown as he wore his mantle of tough." Note: I received a free copy of Dreams of Her Own in exchange for an honest review. Check out my reviews of Dreams of Perfection (Book 1) and Ship of Dreams (Book 2) in the Dreams Come True Series:http://nadanessinmotion.blogspot.com....http://nadanessinmotion.blogspot.com....

  • Vera mallard
    2018-10-21 19:03

    I loved This Book 5 StarsMousey MillieIan, Handsome and StrongThe Air Sizzles Between ThemSTORY LINE:Millie Stephens' life is dull, she dresses in shades of brown and she wears old lady SAS shoes. She has few friends except for her employer and her employer's family. She graduated summa cum laude, is intelligent, has a wonderful job as assistant to best-selling romance author Darcy Butler-Ray, and her personal life is boring in the extreme.Millie makes a list for everything; she's a master at creating list. She feels whole and safe with them and hides behind her lists and dull old lady clothing. She has her reasons, very personal reasons. Millie decides to make a list of goals and dreams, or as she calls it her GALL, short for Get A Life List, and check them off as she achieves the goal or dream. What a list it is!Ian Brand is a handsome, intelligent, talented historical building renovator. He has demons from his past and a secret he has kept from everyone except the two most important people in his life. As a favor to a dear friend, Ian agrees to renovate and create a nursery for a very pregnant Darcy. Mousey Millie, as the thugs in the neighbor call her, and Ian meet during the renovation.Come along and follow Ian and Millie through all the pitfalls, twists and turns, highs and lows of attraction and life as Millie presents Ian with a very unusual proposal and the results.CHARACTERS, PLOTTING, AND DEVELOPMENT:Millie's character evolved with grace and skill. Ms. Heflin developed Millie throughout the novel as Millie grows from an insecure introverted woman. Millie grew from a caterpillar to expand her wings as a beautiful butterfly. It was wonderful to see this shy introverted woman become confident.Ian is a heart wrenching character, he looks like a thug, rides a motorcycle, has tattoos, the manners of a gentleman, and a heart that is giving and loving. Ms.Heflin skillfully developed his character from insecurities and demons to a mature emotionally secure man. Will he see Millie's true self and worth? No spoilers, you will have this wonderful story to get your answers.I wanted to cry sometimes during this story as we read of Millie's and Ian's background which had made them the people they became. But have no fear, Ms. Heflin brings everything to together as she weaves a wonderful solid romance story.The plot was well done and the pacing did not lag or slow down. The book kept my interested throughout. The love scenes are smoking hot and steamy. The pages almost melt from the heat. The zingers and one liners Ms. Heflin included were hilarious and made the story fun. She infused humor into the story and created a well-balanced story-line.RECOMMENDATION:I loved this book. I laughed out loud following Ian and Millie and thoroughly enjoyed my journey with them. This book would appeal to anyone that likes a solid romance. I look forward to the Ms. Heflin's next book. Though part of a series, it is a stand alone book.I recommend the book for young adult and adult due to sexual content.Review copy provided via Reading Alley in exchange for an honest book review.Books reviews of any novel are dependent on the book review author's opinion; all book reviews on line under my name and on my blog are my opinion.About The Author:Ms. Heflin lives in Florida with her husband. She is also a practicing attorney, author and runs a non-profit cancer organization which she and per spouse founded. Ms. Heflin has dreamed was writing since she was 15 and read Shanna by Kathleen Woodiwiss. She is a member of Romance Writers of America (RWA), Florida Romance Writers, RWA Contemporary Romance, Savvy Authors, and Florida Writers Association. Her writing skills have garnered her many awards. A link is provided above for her website.

  • Rebecca
    2018-11-12 19:22

    The only reason why this book gets three stars is that at least its sexy bits were sexy. The rest of it was a bit of a hot mess. It's the age old story of the smart, 29-year old virgin who wears frumpy clothing and puts her hair in a bun, but she FINALLY gets pretty when she meets the growly "bad boy" who underneath his smoking-hot, tough exterior possesses a heart of gold.Cliche after cliche after cliche after clicheOf course, it turns out *SURPRISE* that through a series of accidents that force Bad Boy to save Frumpy Virgin (thereby forcing Bad Boy to clutch Frumpy Virgin tightly) that he discovers that she's got a rocking body underneath her baggy brown clothing. God forbid she might have a little bit of chunky going on. Oh, and apparently all of Frumpy Virgin's clothing is brown. Every little bit of it. Why? We learn near the end of the book it's because Frumpy Virgin was emo in high school, but all of the emo kids already wore black, so she had to pick a different color.*SIGH* At least the sexy bits were sexy. Otherwise, skip it.

  • LJT
    2018-10-20 17:15

    4.5 Stars!Are you in the mood for a fairy tale romance between two people who are the total opposite of one another? If so, then pick up a copy of Dreams of Her Own by new to be author Rebecca Helfin. This book is replete with longing, friendship and discovery, in addition to a cast of secondary characters who are quite meaningful. This is the third book from the author's Dreams Come True series, and it can be enjoyed as a standalone. I definitely plan on reading more from Ms. Helfin.In order to not call attention to herself, Millie Stephens prefers to dress in all brown. As the assistant to a successful romance author, she is rarely seen by many outsiders, and she feels comfortable in her dowdy, neutral clothes. Millie loves her boss and her boss's family, and they treat her very well. Then business owner Ian Brand pops into her world, and her less than exciting life begins to turn around.From the outside, Ian is the epitome of a tough guy. He is tattooed, good-looking, and rides a motorcycle. He is super talented and his restoration company keeps him busy. Like Millie, he believes falling in love is not in his future. However, after saving Millie's life on more than one occasion, a spark begins to ignite between them. Ian is working on the nursery in Millie's boss's home, so they see each other every day. Once they divulge a secret or two, they are able to commit to each other.I truly liked this book and the emotional plot is both sweet and sexy. Ms. Helfin writes with a lot of passion, and as a result, I felt Millie and Ian's emotional discoveries deep within my soul. I loved Ian especially, because he was caring, gentle, and able to make his life a success, in spite of his troublesome childhood. This story temporarily took over my stressful world and left me completely joyful.Complimentary copy provided by Buoni Amici Press.

  • Kayla
    2018-10-20 14:54

    This book gave me great weekend entertainment! Once I began reading, I didn't want to put it down. I enjoyed that you felt a part of the story and that the author touches on an often times hidden topic. Even though this book is a part of series, I read as a standalone and do not feel I had any issues with the storyline or characters. I do wish I have read the prior books in the series so I have the full picture but I do not feel I lost anything from not reading them. Be prepared - once you start reading, you won't want to stop! I was provided a free copy of this book for a contest.

  • Suzanne
    2018-11-13 14:06

    I received this ARC for a honest review.Millie sees Ian as a thug but he keeps surprising her.Ian at first though she was an elderly lady but quickly sees and feels her as more than she appears.I felt sad why Millie dresses the way she does.Their story is sigh (frequently) worthy. It is so moving.Her makeover was not required to be so drastic but WOW. Jeans and fitted shirts would of been fine.Grab this book.

  • Lori Byrd
    2018-11-06 12:14

    A drab girl, and a hunk of a man, come together on the street. How can someone so good looking fall for boring little Millie? What he doesn't know is Millie has a to do list and he meets her qualities to get the job done? Will that be enough though for him to see past this mousy lady? I couldn't wait to see how this wonderful story unfolded. You'll just have to read it to find out. I can tell you this, it was really really good!

  • Michelle
    2018-11-06 14:15

    I hate writing lack luster reviews but this book was just okay for me. Nothing sticks out in my mind or makes me want to read the other books.Hot and sexy at times but it was a slow (really slow) read for me. At times I wanted to skip to the end but I hung in there which is why it got 3 stars.

  • Krissys
    2018-11-15 18:03

    Can even the unlikeliest of dreams come true?He sees a spinsterish misfit.If the Guinness Book of World Records had a category for the world’s most boring life, Millie Stephens knows she would hold the record. After the plain, strait-laced personal assistant is saved by a total stranger from becoming New York City’s latest traffic fatality, she has a disheartening epiphany: her life’s highlight reel didn’t exist. Determined to step out of the shadows and take a walk on the wild side, she starts Millie-style – by making a list.She sees a stereotypical thug.That total stranger, bad boy Ian Brand, is more than the sum of his parts. Beneath that sexy, tattooed exterior is a man with a painful past who’s desperate to both hide and overcome his disability in the pursuit of his dreams. But his decision to bid on a large construction project could both lead to his downfall and reveal his secret.Will Millie and Ian look beneath the surface and see there’s more to each other than meets the eye? My Review:I have some mixed feelings about the relationship between our h/h but the whole beautiful ugly duckling thing was appealing since so many romances these days are around the perfect duo except usually the males who tend to be bad boys and so on. Although we get our bad boy the supermodel heroine wasn't the spot light. I liked that even though she didn't feel like it Ian brought that out in her and was able to make her feel as if she was. That's the kind of hero women want to read about and that's why I enjoyed this book so much.My Rating:Reviewed By: Krissys Bookshelf Reviews BooklikesGoodreadsTwitterGoogle PlusBloggerPinterestAmazonDisclaimer: Krissys Bookshelf Reviews received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own. Source: A digital copy was provided by The AuthorNote: If any of Krissys Bookshelf Reviews has been helpful please stop by to like or let me know what you think! Thank you!

  • E.
    2018-10-29 17:21

    Finding One's True Self4.25 stars“Dreams of Her Own” by Rebecca Heflin is part of the ‘Dreams Come True’ series and showcases Millie Stephens, detail-oriented personal assistant for a successful romance author. Millie lives by her lists and when she develops her GALL (Get a Life List), there are a few items that she is going to need help with. Ian Brand intends to simply efficiently remodel a room into a nursery, and move on to his more extensive projects but he gets drawn into Millie’s orbit…and it’s a good thing, since he seems destined to save her life…literally! Each of them has secrets and handicaps from the past, but maybe they can help each other get some hurdles out of the way—if they can learn to trust.This lovely contemporary romance combines an enjoyable cast of characters with a nicely flowing story that allows one to feel part of the action. I love the warmth and caring that characterizes the relationship between Millie and her author/boss and it is heartwarming to see Ian’s devotion to someone who has had such a significant influence on his life. The author deftly portrays the stigma attached to a certain disability and its impact on one’s life and one can’t help but ache at the challenge of exposing one’s vulnerabilities to the world. The whimsical pairings that Millie uses for her expletives also add a nice twist to the story but I felt that she was almost a caricature in her self-effacement and I was a bit frustrated that the hero and heroine took so long to be totally honest with each other and things seemed to get tied up a bit abruptly to me. Nonetheless, I think this is a heartwarming love story about people who drew me in with their problems and I would enjoy reading more tales by this author.A copy of this book was provided to me from the author/publisher through Reading Alley in exchange for an honest review.

  • Angie Mangino
    2018-10-21 15:06

    Dreams of Her OwnBy Rebecca Heflin2016 Reviewed by Angie ManginoRating: 4 starsReaders immediately meet and connect to Millie on her way to the pharmacy.“If the Guinness Book of World Records had a category for the world’s most boring life, Millie Stephens knew she would hold the record.”Crossing the street, Millie sees a delivery truck ready to hit her, but fear freezes her to the spot, as she mentally prepares for her death. When a man pulls her to safety, this first encounter with Ian Brand foreshadows the story.Boring Millie and Fascinating Ian, appearing worlds apart, share so much more than they could anticipate at this chance meeting.The pace of the novel begins slowly, giving readers a taste of Millie’s slow dull life, with an introduction to Ian’s life, but excellent dialogue keeps reader interest. After this developing stage, however, the pace quickens, keeping readers absorbed until the end.Third in the author’s Dreams Come True series, this book builds on Dreams of Perfection and Ship of Dreams, adding to reader satisfaction, but its strength is that it stands as a unique story of its own.Angie Mangino currently works as a freelance journalist and book reviewer, additionally offering authors personalized critique service of unpublished manuscripts. http://www.angiemangino.com

  • Kimberly Keyes
    2018-11-13 14:04

    The ugly duckling meets her dream manReview copy provided via Reading Alley in exchange for an honest review.Rebecca Heflin’s DREAMS OF HER OWN is a sweet and sexy contemporary romance, and an absolute delight to read. The Ugly Duckling/Underdog-Makes-Good themes run throughout the book, pulling her readers in and making them root for the hero and heroine.I have to say, when I met “mousie Millie” I wondered how Heflin would pull off convincing me her hot hero, Ian, could possibly fall for the woman. Millie hides her personality, brains, and looks that completely. But the trick lies in the hero’s character. He understands the importance of not judging a book by its cover, and also knows himself well enough to admit he’s created a “look” to hide behind as well, that of a bad boy, tattooed, opposite-of-metrosexual hottie.We meet Millie at a crossroads in her life. She wants to change, to stop being, as she calls herself, “invisible.” But old habits die hard. Sometimes change requires a dose of love to happen. Ian, on the other hand, doesn’t know he needs to change a darn thing, till he crosses paths with Millie. There’s plenty of sexual tension pared with a lot of heart in DREAMS OF HER OWN, and by the middle of the book, you won’t want to put it down. Highly recommend.

  • Angie ~aka Reading Machine~
    2018-10-29 18:54

    Millicent "Millie" Stephens is an assistant to author Darcy Butler Ryan. Millie just fades into the background invisible to everyone around her. Millie goes about her business and doesn't see herself as a damsel in distress but that's exactly what she becomes one day at a crosswalk. Millie is rescued by a handsome stranger probably never to see her again. Ian Brand rescues a damsel in distress yet never thought he'd come face to face with his damsel again. Ian is a contractor with a specialty in historic preservation. When Ian finds himself face to face with his damsel he's stunned by how much he desires her and finds her beautiful. Can either Ian or Millie get on the same page? What does Ian hide from everyone? Your answers await you in Dreams of Her Own.This third installment really highlights how much Millie is a favorite character in need of her own story. The characters and story are intriguing, compelling, honest, real, gritty, raw, and down to earth. I do hope Ms. Heflin continues with this endearing series of Happily Ever Afters.

  • India
    2018-10-28 18:57

    Millie likes to hide in the shadows, wearing clothes that draw no attention to her and staying out of the limelight, so much so that the local youths have nicknamed her ‘Mousey Millie’. When she is saved by a stranger from a car on a crossing she realises that being invisible isn’t such a good idea after all. Ian is intrigued by Millie, after having mistaken her for an elderly woman, and they form a friendship, but between their secrets and insecurities neither is willing to make the jump needed.This is a sweet romance story with charming characters. The extreme fear coming from Millie and the insecurity coming from Ian make them both vulnerable and realistic characters. The story is enhanced by Millie’s strong internal personality and infused with description. It is a unique and lovely romance.

  • Danessa Violette
    2018-10-31 12:18

    Intense!Wow! This book is more than worth the read, it's highly intense with a plot that keep my heart pounding. I'm curious how long this book took to write. I found this book to be a major source of fun. I've already recommend it to all my reader friends and If you're reading this review I recommend this book. Great work!#Review copy provided via Reading Alley in exchange for an honest review.

  • D.M.
    2018-10-16 19:02

    This was a wonderful romantic story and certainly a keeper. It is a gentle tale of love between a couple - a young woman who hoped to find love but never expected it and a young man that is kind and thoughtful. I thoroughly enjoyed this read. The love that develops between the two is sweet and both deserved each other, making their futures happier.

  • InD'tale Magazine
    2018-10-26 17:12

    3.5/5.0A steamy contemporary romance, this is the third book in the “Dreams Come True” series.Read full review in the 2016 May issue of InD'tale Magazine.

  • Alisha
    2018-11-01 15:56

    good primary and secondary characters. Likable.