Who said dreams are sweet?
Chicago businesswoman Cynthia Courtland is completely focused on her career when a sensual, reoccurring dream disrupts her orderly life. Then a threat against her workplace forces her to take time off. She is lost with nowhere to go–only her empty apartment.
Work is Gabe’s life too; he takes it very seriously and will do whatever it takes to succeed. He’s been watching over Cynthia for a long time and he has her best interests at heart, but can he protect her from the danger she is blind to? When Cynthia insists on investigating the threat so she can get back to work, it makes Gabe’s job all the more difficult.
When things settle, will there be more for them than a life filled with work? Will she give her dreams a chance to come true?
Review: This was a quick, enjoyable read. I really liked the main characters, Gabe and Cynthia. They work very well together because they seem like complete opposites. Where Cynthia is headstrong and doesn’t like to follow orders, Gabe is very laid back and believes that the rules are important, most of the time.
Since the setting of the story flips back and forth between Cynthia’s dreams and reality, the storyline was a little confusing. It was a little scattered and sometimes the events didn’t make sense. However, after reading the entire book, everything came together nicely and no questions went unanswered. I think it is safe to assume that the story was meant to be a little confusing. Had it not been, the reader would lose interest quickly. The excitement and guessing kept me interested.
Favorite Quote: “The only thing worse than morning is Monday morning.”