Beautiful Illusion

Beautiful Illusion

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by Jacquie Underdown
     
 
A beautiful, spiritual story about a woman who meets the man of her dreams — and then wakes up...

The last thing Leah thought she’d get out of a shocking car accident was the perfect boyfriend. But there was Brennan in the hospital bed next to hers — equal parts charm, cheek, and chocolate. Their relationship, their love, her life, is almost

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A beautiful, spiritual story about a woman who meets the man of her dreams — and then wakes up...

The last thing Leah thought she’d get out of a shocking car accident was the perfect boyfriend. But there was Brennan in the hospital bed next to hers — equal parts charm, cheek, and chocolate. Their relationship, their love, her life, is almost too good to be true.

Then, to Leah’s horror, she discovers that it is. Her new life with Brennan is only a fabrication of her injured mind — a coma dream that ends when she wakes up.

Struggling with injuries and grieving for a man that never existed, Leah battles to put her life back together. But a series of coincidences hint that for some people, love can transcend all barriers and achieve the impossible.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780857990846
Publisher:
Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Ltd
Publication date:
10/01/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
191
Sales rank:
935,963
File size:
346 KB

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Beautiful Illusion 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
lucieparis2011 More than 1 year ago
The plot has intrigued me a lot! The synopsis drew me immediately. Imagine a being created from scratch inside your head while you are in coma ? Leah has an intense relationship and then wakes up to lose the love of her life...  Wow! The plot has intrigued me a lot! I wanted to know what the author was going to propose me as a story. A beautiful romance between Leah and Brennan with an interesting plot.  Indeed, some slight details suggest that the young woman spends a lot of time sleeping but nothing suggests the punch line from the moment the two heroes meet at the hospital. Awaiting the awakening of Leah from her coma-dream, I sometimes found lengths. I admit that I would have liked a more violent or more disturbing awakening. Maybe with more emotions to bring more drama to the story. In short, a more intense ending. Then, Jacquie Underdown offers interesting coincidences and unexplained end rather realistic and tender. The romantic in me appreciated that love is stronger than anything! Globally, a beautiful romantic history.  Lucie newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr