Dr. Sara Alderson thought she was securing her and her family’s future when she moved them to a small town in New York and took a job as Chief of Pediatrics at the local hospital. Unfortunately, things aren’t going quite according to plan. For one thing, she has enemies at work who resent her from the moment she sets foot in the hospital.
For another, she’s visiting the dreams of an old man who’s seeing nightly visions of a storm that will wipe out the entire town. He’s convinced that the visions are true – and as winter closes in, Sara is starting to think he might be right.
Dream Home is the sixth book of the Dream Doctor Mysteries.
Other Books By JJ Dibenedetto:
The Dream Doctor Mysteries (all ten books!)
Betty and Howard's Excellent Adventure
The Jane Barnaby Adventures (all three books to date!)
Mr. Smith and the Roach (coming soon!)
Finding Dori (Welcome to Romance)
About the Author
J.J. (James) DiBenedetto was born in Yonkers, New York. He attended Case Western Reserve university, where as his classmates can attest, he was a complete nerd. Very little has changed since then. He currently lives in Arlington, Virginia with his beautiful wife and their cat (who has thoroughly trained them both). When he's not writing, James works in the direct marketing field, enjoys the opera, photography and the New York Giants, among other interests. The "Dreams" series is James' first published work.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
One of the many strengths of J.J. DiBenedetto’s Dream series is the way the characters (and their children) convincing age and change over the years. Sara starts a new job as this book begins. The family have been uprooted to a small town where they’re branded as strangers and may not be quite welcome. And Sara’s dreams, always a guide to mysteries and relationships in need of help, lead her to know who hates her most, and even to see herself as others see her. The question is, will she get beyond seeing others as they see themselves, and will she do it in time to save her job or her town. Dream Home is oriented more toward family life than mystery, making it different from the earlier novels, but just as enticing. The West Point cadet is a very cool addition to the “family.” Grace makes a very believable lovesick teen. And the very human lessons are powerfully told. Meanwhile the paranormal warnings grow stronger, and the final chapters include terrifying danger, shocking surprises, and powerful resolution. I really enjoyed this addition to the series, and am eager to read the next book. Disclosure: I can’t remember how I got this one, but I’m glad I have the next because I’m seriously hooked.