Author-sister duo New York Times bestseller Gaelen Foley and Jaz Kennedy present Dream of Me, an emotional, uplifting romance set in a small town with a heart as big as the great outdoors. The perfect place for friends, family, and falling in love.
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Dream of Me (Harmony Falls, Book 1) based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Bea is trying to buy her grandparents' farm but no matter how hard she works she just cannot seem to get the money together. Now a multimillionaire sends his right-hand man up to make them an offer that is hard to refuse. Harry meets Bea as she is working her roadside stand not knowing she is the grandchild standing between the farm and his boss. When she discovers why he is in town, all bets are off on who will win. I enjoyed this story. It sets the stage for the Harmony Falls series. The world building is good. While the town is fictional, there are a lot of references to the surrounding Western Pennsylvania area that I liked. Harry and Bea are good as they meet first as possible romantic partners then as adversaries for the farm then as allies. I was furious with Harry when he let Bea go into a meeting with his boss alone, knowing what his boss was like. He deserved the uncertainty he felt after that. Bea did not. The secondary characters are fun. I look forward to reading more of their stories and spending time in Harmony Falls.
I want to move to Harmony Falls! I was pulled in from the first page. Bea, the eternal failure, meets her nemesis Harry, New Guy, the poster child for success, and the lightening flashes and the thunder rolls. From their first meeting, they were hooked, and so was I. Their conversations were entertaining, often deep. If they weren't enough, their friends from the Knickpoint make Harmony Falls pop. The characters are funny, smart, caring, and loyal. And the descriptions of the countryside, especially the whitewater rafting and the yellow-green sky (familiar to a South Dakotan) completed the landscape of Harmony Falls I really didn't want the book to end, and there are enough interesting citizens to inhabit several more books. I want to return right now. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.