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Posted January 21, 2012
Dreamscape is one of those books that grabs you on the first page and won’t let go. Lanie, the heroine is a woman with a mission. From childhood, she has been in love with a house and when she is finally able to obtain it for her very own, she finds herself the proud owner of her very own haunted house. Jason, the ghost, has remained in his house, lonely and bitter over his murder one-hundred-twenty years ago. But now a beautiful new owner has taken possession of the house and of his heart and stirred his passion. Can Jason reach out to Lanie through her dreams? This is a well-written book, and I heartily recommend it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 19, 2011
Doctor Lanie O'Keefe has been dreaming of the old Victorian house and it's mysterious whiskey eyed occupant since she can remember. So compelling the draw, she buys the place and sets about renovations hoping to turn the carriage house into a medical clinic. Enter Doctor Jason Bowen, a man murdered over a century before under this very roof. His ability to follow the raven haired beauty that now occupies his house both by day and through her nightly dreams is not enough. Can he continue to touch her in the world of the living? Can the two solve the 'who', 'how' and 'when' of his untimely demise?
Rose Anderson weaves a masterfully crafted story richly lavish in lush description, interesting cast of characters, red herrings and spicy love scenes. Plot twists and turns keep the pages turning. Some lengthy exposition and abruptly shifting points of view sometimes jarred, but Ms Anderson's strong writing skill and heart kept the tale fast paced and fun.
Dreamscape is an enjoyable and entertaining journey through time, the paranormal and the power of love to overcome all obstacles. Ms Anderson is definitely an author to watch.
Posted September 27, 2011
I loved this story. Ms. Anderson did a great job with the romance and the sizzle in this story. As I read it, I was trying to figure out how the romance with a ghost would end. The ending was not anything I would have guessed. I loved the history and the moving back and forth in the different eras threw the dreams. I have read Ms. Andersons first book, "Hermes On-Line", and now this one. She is a very promising author and I will be looking for the next book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.