Reviewed by Rachel
Veronica Armatti, a hairdresser and infatuation addict, has managed to strike the perfect balance between her daily existence and her overpowering desires. Veronica’s husband, Joe, tolerates her addiction as long as he doesn’t know the details. Veronica decides to get her latest fix with Andrew, an artist she meets at a grocery store. Andrew inducts Veronica into a mysterious and hypnotic dream world, where the powerful Devan entices her into his tribe of shape shifters, and where dreams and reality mingle in a deadly, intricate dance of survival.
The guy ahead of me in the checkout lane turns and appraises me. The handcuffs, locked around his back belt loop, clink against my grocery cart.
“Hey,” he says, offering a nod.
“You a cop?” I ask. I’m bored.
“Nope. Not a cop.” He smiles.
“Why the handcuffs?” I have no trouble striking up conversations.
“Hmmm…,” he says, unlocking them. “Wanna see a magic trick?”
“Sure.” I add a bit of flirt.
He removes the handcuffs from the loop and in a second, locks the handcuff around my wrist, clicking the other half around his grocery cart handle……..
SEE now you want to read it !
This book turned out to be completely different to how I thought it would be especially after the first chapter! Robbi has a wild and vivid imagination and the book took a turn into a whole new and unusual dream world.
I did like the way each chapter was given to each of characters point of view and was a easy book to follow and the plot did feel like you were in the dream with them.
A easy and quick read, found myself reading this book long into the night – the intrigues, places and characters pull you into a world that is fantastical.
A good book , I wont say it is one of my favorites but a good book.