A Book Rec brought to you by @theVrsha #4
Readers love to share about books they’re reading. We asked readers to recommend a book they enjoyed which most of their friends had not read. We’ll be sharing what we learned and hopefully you’ll find a new book to read. I know my TBR list will be growing as we get introduced to all these books.
Today Vrsha from Peek At My Book Review is sharing ➜ Dream A Little Dream by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Honestly, I can’t think of many books that I have read and others haven’t because I usually read books after reading reviews of friends (usually you people). However, this book DREAM A LITTLE DREAM by Susan Elizabeth Phillips is a book that I read last year (it was released in 1998) when I was having a bad time (where I DNF more than 22 books). And it was brilliant.
This is the blurb—I think it’ll tell what the story is about better than me.
A Desperate Young Mother Rachel Stone’s bad luck has taken a turn for the worse. With an empty wallet, a car’s that’s spilling smoke, and a five-year-old son to support, she’s come home to a town that hates her. But this determined young widow with a scandalous past has learned how to be a fighter. And she’ll do anything to keep her child safe—even take on. . .
A Man With No Heart
Gabe Bonner wants to be left alone, especially by the beautiful outcast who’s invaded his property. She has a ton of attitude, a talent for trouble, and a child who brings back bad memories. Yet Rachel’s feisty spirit might just be heaven-sent to save a tough, stubborn man.
Dare To Dream
Welcome to Salvation, North Carolina—where a man who’s forgotten what tenderness means meets a woman with nothing to lose. here two endearing lovers will set off on a funny, touching journey of the heart. . .to a place where dreams just might come true.
I would say that this is one book that will stay with me forever. What I loved about this book is how there are so many bad things that happen to the heroine (too many), she endures the cruelty of people (for something she didn’t do) and yet, she keeps on moving forward. Her courage was inspiring.
And the best character (for me) in the book was the boy—Edward. He was so real. His emotions, his feelings, the way he tries to keep his innocence even though he is being wronged (for something that wasn’t even his fault). All this to say that it’s one of the best books that I’ve read.
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