Would be fabulous on the big screen. DREAM by @sweettalk29 #fantasy


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by Robbi Sommers Bryant

Veronica Armatti, a hairdresser and infatuation addict, has managed to strike the perfect balance between her daily existence and her overpowering desires. Veronica's husband, Joe, tolerates her addiction as long as he doesn't know the details. Veronica decides to get her latest fix with Andrew, an artist she meets at a grocery store. Andrew inducts Veronica into a mysterious and hypnotic dream world, where the powerful Devan entices her into his tribe of shape shifters, and where dreams and reality mingle in a deadly, intricate dance of survival.

Priase for Dream

This author has an uncanny ability to pull you in and transport you to another reality with luscious descriptions and an ingenious plot. I didn't want the book to end. If we're lucky, Ms. Bryant will write a sequel. The conclusion was so unexpected and imaginative, that now I want to know what happens next.

My wife began reading this book aloud to me at night. We read for two nights. We finished reading the rest of the book last night--only because I wanted her to "keep going."

Ms. Bryant's descriptions are unmatched. So wild beyond imagination. Her vivid color, scents and fragrances descriptions and the details of her characters' lovemaking made me feel like I was right there in the scene.

This book would be fabulous on the big screen. Keep up your imagination, Robbi. We want more!

Robbi Sommers Bryant's Dream was an eye opener for me. From its melodic starting to its hooded up suspense makes me craving to read more from Ms Bryant. The way the author mingles up the suspense and the fantasy world makes me halt and think again and again.I am impressed by the writing style which the author adapts. It's a bang on!

Absolutely fascinating. I read this book in a single sitting. It draws you into a colorful world where all your senses are heightened. It has an addictive quality and you find yourself wanting to visit this dream world where friends and enemies are not what they seem.