Novella sequel to Broken Dreams: Alexa Culver has survived unspeakable trauma a the hands of the Taliban but she refuses to let them break her spirit. Her work with Artemis Security, protecting young girls from sex traffickers, gives her purpose. But it comes at a cost. Her fiancé, Gage Hunter, has stood by her side during her recovery, but Alexis knows she is holding part of herself back. How long can he wait for her to be whole again?
Gage is worried about Alexa. Her work has become an obsession, and Gage doesn't believe Alexa has fully dealt with what happened to her in Afghanistan. The more he tries to help her, the harder she pushes him away. When Alexa insists on attending an international sex trafficking conference in Paris, she draws the attention of one of the world's most dangerous men. And he has a score to settle with the Culver Family.
|Publisher:||Blue Turtle Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||575 KB|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Delos Series just keeps getting more and more interesting. Dream of Me is part of the Delos Series and while you can read this as a standalone, the best part, for me, is that it is part of an amazing series. This story is intricate, suspenseful, keeps you on the edge of your seat and at its heart, is a love story. It begins with Alexa Culver and Gage Hunter after they have returned home to the US. The connection between them has been close since they met in Broken Dreams and this novella really explores that relationship and tests both of them to the nth degree. It’s really hard to say more but the author offers a lot of information about both of the characters’ backgrounds and writes a love story that will reach down into your very being. What a ride! At times the story is fast-paced but it never leaves the reader behind. I truly enjoyed reading about these two, once again, and hope that we will hear more about them in future Delos books – at least I can only hope!