#WOTR24 #Audio #MM – Dreams by Kate Hawthorne, Narration by narration by Michael Ferraiuolo

Jackson Bishop doesn’t know what’s real.

He had a birthday. He met a man. He buried his mother. He got lost in the woods, and then…

Jackson woke up.

It’s his birthday again and his mother is alive, but the man from his dream is selling him a coffee and he doesn’t know Jackson’s name. Fragments of his memories become tangible threads of his reality and, as the days and nights unravel, Jackson finds himself falling for a stranger he feels like he’s known his whole life.

Jackson needs to uncover the truth before he loses his mind, but when he pieces everything together, will he come out with a soul mate by his side or will he wake up and discover none of it was real? That everything ended much as it had started.

As a dream.


Review by Twinsie Angie

I got this audio when the author dropped a bunch of codes in an reader event group.

I will start by saying I enjoyed the narrator’s voice.  I have never read anything by them before and I felt he did a good job varying the voices for the characters in the story.

I will admit when the story started, I was a little confused and then thought I was in the movie Groundhogs Day. It seemed the day was repeating but with different outcomes.  When the story starts to flow and we are out of the groundhog like situation, I settled in for the story.

Jackson keeps having dreams about a man he doesn’t know but knows in a way he can’t understand.  WE see through memories Jackson’s life, death of his father, friends, and beloved mother’s relationship.   Jackson had a lot of dreams of this man, and he wonders if he even exists.  Imogine his surprise when he goes to get coffee and BOOM there he is!  The dream man.

Taylor is working at the coffee shop when the man he can’t stop dreaming about comes in.  He can’t believe he knows so much about the man.  When he sees the man at his neighbor’s house and learns of his connection to his house, the men begin to spend time together to see what is happening.

I did like the story but was a little confused at the beginning.  The Groundhog Day effect had me confused.  By the end of the story, I did enjoy the though of soulmates finding each other through time.

With over two dozen published romances to her name, Kate Hawthorne has built a recognizable brand around telling emotional stories that pack a figurative (and sometimes literal) punch.

Existing on a steady diet of wine and coffee, Kate spends her days dreaming up angsty stories full of heat, kink, and heart. Kate now lives in Louisville, where she writes romance, reads romance, and hides from the humidity.

Visit her website at http://www.katehawthornebooks.com

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