In Dreams

In Dreams

by J Sterling

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781461078067
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/20/2012
Pages: 232
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.49(d)

About the Author

J. Sterling holds a degree in Radio, TV, & Film.
She has worked for such companies as Disney
& Lucasfilm Animation. She currently lives in California, where she drinks lots of chai tea lattes and eats way too much taco bell! :)

For more information, please visit her website at www.j-sterling.com

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In Dreams 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
At the beginning of the book, I felt as if Katherine was not much a promising character. Then, the weird stuff happened and it totally made up for her. I'm glad I read this book, and I hope you are too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved it:-)
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this in one sitting. I couldn't put it down. Lot's of romance without too much sex. It was well written and very visual.
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Sheri_B1975 More than 1 year ago
4.4 out of 5, Funny, Sweet, Tragic, Surprising! Plot (4/5): This book is very different. I mean what girl out there hasn't dreamed up the perfect guy? And what wouldn't you have given to think just for one second.. maybe he's real! Then as the story progresses it takes an unimaginable turn. I literally didn't figure out dream guy's identity until the split second before Kathrine does. And I was just...There just aren't words. Characters (5/5): You can't help but love every single character in here. No wait. I take that back. Kylie...well Taylor says it herself before we get introduced to her..she's not a very nice person. Though deep down I know and understand her reasons for being how she is. Doesn't mean I have to like her! :) Taylor is one of those friends you wish you had for real. She is so funny and sarcastic she has you laughing on just bout every page she's on. And there are some very crush worthy boys in this too. Yes, boyS, plural! And Katherine is great in the beginning. It's kind of rocky in the middle and I just don't get her. I mean I do but I don't. That's all you're going to get because I can't explain without ruining the plot twists! But in the end I still adore her. Pacing (5/5): There was plenty of laughter and drama and warm and fuzzy moments to keep you entertained. Ending (5/5): I was so worried mid way through this book. It was really heading down a road that just could not have ended well. At all. As it wrapped up though things fell into place. A bit different. But happy all the same. Overall Satisfaction (3/5): The reason I gave such a mid score on this section is the book started out great and totally interesting with the whole amazing dream guys situation. When the revelation of who the dream hunk is comes about, the book kind of takes a strange and disturbing road. By disturbing I mean worry about the mental health of Katherine kind of disturbing. Once again, without giving major things away that's all I can say. It was pretty sad to watch. The tragedy of the whole situation was heartbreaking. On so many different levels. But still I couldn't put it down and by the time I got to the end I had bout 20 pages to go and my NOOK kept flashing a warning at me because my battery was nearly dead. Then I didn't think I was going to be able to finish because I'm literally crying. *Sigh*... the end. I'm not talking like one little tear here and there. I'm talking full on sniffling, can't-make-out-the-words-my-eyes-are-so-blurry-from-tears crying! It ended perfectly :) I'm glad I read it, even with the frustration through the middle. I think I'd even read it again, especially now that I know what to expect!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very sweet book! I enjoyed it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is the best! I thought it was very romantic. Its a great book and if your thinking of buying this book, you wont be disapointed. I LOVE THIS BOOK!
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MyReadAddiction More than 1 year ago
First of all, how incredibly tragic is this story? To be completely in love with a mystery boy who appears in your dreams only to find out he is actually the ghost of your college roommates brother has got to be so devastating. I think that the supporting cast in this book really adds a whole other level to the story. You get to see the emotions of so many different people who have dealt with the loss of the same person. From the high school girlfriend, to the sister, to the girl who is destined for him. Cooper is a whole other story for me. I mean as much as you want to love Taylor and really believe they belong together, Cooper just comes out of left field and has you falling for him. There were times when I wanted to smack Kate. Poor Cooper not only doesn't do anything wrong, but can get no explanation of why she ignores him. He is so understanding about everything, well actually both guys are. The ending of this book is crazy! I don't know what the heck is going to happen now, but I will definitely be reading to find out.
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blondier0616 More than 1 year ago
Couldn't put it down.... Must read for anyone who loves romance.... After you should also check out Chance Encounters by J. Sterling.... Amazing as well.... Enjoy...
mishkapaceMP More than 1 year ago
My daughters, who are 14 and 18 will love it-AND THEY ARE HER TARGET AUDIENCE. More importantly, I would not only let them read this-I would encourage it. As a single book, this was an OK read. It is part of a series, therefore I consider it to be the equivilent of a chapter in a longer book. In fairness, it is aimed at a much younger crowd than me, and J. Sterling's other book Chance Encounters was much more my speed. I was absolutely intrigued by the reincarnation aspect of In Dreams, but was not a fan of the male characters, who seemed too hard to differentiate. My favorite character was Cooper's eye. Kaylie was such an over the top villainess, I wanted to slap her unconscious. There were some really "J.Sterling-like" comical moments. She is great with the one-liners. Example "Do you think they know they look like a couple of douchebags?" If you are any older than 20, i highly recommend Chance Encounters. Age 12-20, this one is for you. I was sucked into the preview of book 2-I think this could be a bit like Harry Potter (I might get more emotionally invested as the books go along and the characters expand).