I was skeptical at first because I don't like dream sequences in books. So many people write dream sequences, and I normally don't like the dream-like and confusing quality of most, and try to stay away from them. However, I was pleasantly surprised by the way dreams were interwoven in this book in a way that didn't put me off and helped advance the plot in such a masterful way. The characters were believable, likeable, and it was easy to connect with them. I felt I was able to get invested in the story and in the welfare of the characters, and I applaud the author on doing such an excellent job with character development. I'm a therapist, and recurring nightmares have always intrigued me. The psychological aspects to this book were masterfully done. Just the right touch of romance without being cheezy (I hate romance novels), and the hint of danger kept the plot fast-paced and active. I typically prefer linear stories that don't jump around in time, yet Gwendolyn masterfully weaved a plot line that takes the reader from present to past without it being difficult to follow. Very well done.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book in exchange for a review. I was not obligated to write a positive review, and all thoughts are my own.