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Bring Me a Dream

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2002

    perfect

    i think that this was a well written book because as you are reading the book you can get in to the characters and relate to what the book is about. i think that i really relate to jazmen becuuse she is the tpye of person that doesn't care what other people think of her.what ever she wants she will get it with or with out spencer, gina, jonathan, tali,etc.(and the list goes on). i'm not a very big reader but when i first picked this book up i fell in love.in my opinion who ever doesn't like this book after theu read it they are crazy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2002

    a great book

    This was a very good book and i could not read fast enought i had a feeling who the stalker was so i keep reading to see if i was right.I read this book in a day and stayed up all night to finish it thats how good it was. This was a great book and i hope she writed more books soon

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2001

    Couldn't read fast enough

    Bring Me a Dream definitely had me reading as fast as I could to find out who the stalker was. I like's Amos' characterization of the protagonist's strong demeanor in trying to be sucessful in a boy's club type profession. I liked witnessing the struggle Jasmine had with maintaining a professional demeanor around someone who obviously affected her tremendously. I don't think it was so much about her not being able to keep her libido in check (because that insinuates that she's just looking for her next lay from the very beginning). I think this story is more about this woman being caught off guard and re-realizing the other things that she wants out of her life, besides being professionally sucessful. She's always been about 'heart', and that is what has steered her to the various places and stages she's been in her life. Well written!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    engaging romantic suspense

    Spencer ¿The Sandman¿ Powell co-hosts a late night radio talk show when a female caller threatens to ¿sever his head¿ while he sleeps. This unknown stalker has also hurled other death threats towards Spencer. To keep the shock jock safe, the radio station hires the Core Group Protection agency. Nathan Pruitt assigns bodyguard Jasmine White to keep Spencer safe. <P>After working a ¿prom night¿ or two, Jasmine knows that the Sandman case is her chance to prove that she is more than just the token female. However, Jasmine struggles to keep her libido in check, as she is very attracted to Spencer. He uses his best weapon, sharp double entendres, to restrain his own desires for Jasmine. As Spencer and Jasmine begin to fall in love, his assailant closes in for the kill. <P>BRING ME A DREAM is an engaging romantic suspense that stars two likable lead charcaters thrown together in a gender bending bodyguard situation. The story line works because Jasmine is believable in her profession and Spencer is the type of hunk that lives up to his radio moniker as he will keep readers awake dreaming of him. Though the identity of the stalker seems a bit stretched for shock value, fans will appreciate the talent of Robyn Amos to bring readers a dream of a story. <P>Harriet Klausner

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