Dreamcatcher

Dreamcatcher This superb and emotionally rich novel is selected as a Publisher s Choice title to highlight author Dinah McCall a major talent whom fans of women s fiction will not want to miss Unable to free hers

  • Title: Dreamcatcher
  • Author: Dinah McCall Sharon Sala
  • ISBN: 9780061083259
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
  • This superb and emotionally rich novel is selected as a Publisher s Choice title to highlight author Dinah McCall, a major talent whom fans of women s fiction will not want to miss Unable to free herself from her husband s obsession, beautiful Amanda Potter retreats into her own dreamworld where a comforting lover adores her But Jefferson Dupree, a man searching for theThis superb and emotionally rich novel is selected as a Publisher s Choice title to highlight author Dinah McCall, a major talent whom fans of women s fiction will not want to miss Unable to free herself from her husband s obsession, beautiful Amanda Potter retreats into her own dreamworld where a comforting lover adores her But Jefferson Dupree, a man searching for the woman he knows is his destiny, is determined to create for Amanda a reality fulfilling than any dream A gripping, emotional story that satisfies on every level.

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    1. Oh my heart, this was sooooooo romantic! Not the whole story—just the last 5% of the book. It was more than enough for me though. I don’t know how to explain it, but I know that it was just right for me! Exactly what I want!Well, there wasn't much going on in the first half of the story. Things moved a bit slowly but honestly, it wasn’t boring by any means. I enjoyed reading about Amanda’s dreams and her mysterious dream lover. He came to her in her dreams, took away all the pain she had [...]

    2. I have to preface this by saying that my blah opinion of this book is probably a lot to do with it being time-travel. I just don't like time-travel books, at all.Odd book. And honestly, though I didn't hate it, it bored me most of the time. I was glad to finish it so I could move on and read something more interesting.I'm not saying it was an utterly horrible book. It's more likee phrase "lost in translation" comes to mind. Something got lost in translation between McCall's concept of this book [...]

    3. Je ne veux plus jamais revoir ce livre !! Tout ce que je deteste dans une histoire. Il ne se passe rien pendant plus de 200 pages, et quand, dans les dernières 50 pages, il se passe enfin quelque chose, on tombe sur une histoire de réincarnation, je déteste !!!!! C'est tellement triste pour celui qui reste seul de l'autre côté ! Je me suis fait plaisir, pour une fois que je lis un vrai livre papier, j'ai pu le balancer à travers la pièce !!! (J'évite quand je lis sur la liseuse :D).

    4. Had this little book sitting on my TBR shelf for several years (2008) and glad I finally read it. The book starts out in 1750 (French/Indian War) and then shifts to present day (1996 was the year it was written). Setting is in West Virginia and because the book was written in 1996 it is somewhat "dated," but worth reading. Nokose was American Indian/French and had a "connection" to Amanda who was an abused congressman's wife. David was the congressman and he was a complete ass. (Think Sleeping w [...]

    5. On the good side, this story doesn't have any gigantic plot holes that you can wade through. The plot is fast paced, and the main character is engaging. Okay, our main bad guy is insane and has delusions that his mother is talking to him (and why do I keep seeing that scenario lately in books in which someone is abused?), but I can give that a pass. It seemed like it was going to be OK.Until we get to the Native American bits.On the down side, the main character's 40-page detour into the past ad [...]

    6. Sharon Sala always draws me in.This story was good but I have enjoyed other books by this author more. I especially like the stories set in the Appalachian mountains, reading about the ways and beliefs of people in that region.

    7. This book was passed on to me & I did not research before I started reading it so it's my fault, but the abuse was too much for me. I kept reading because the writing is VERY good. I skipped the erotic parts (not my style, sorry) & don't usually read fantasy either, but as I said before the writing was good.

    8. This is my first romance novel. And I mean romance novel from the romance section of a bookstore. I had always had misgivings about the genre in general. I love a good romance, but I always found romance books to be devoid of plot and smut-oriented (which, I think everyone loves a good smut book now and again, but still). Let me tell you this - I was presently surprised at Dreamcatcher for the most part.I felt an emotional attachment to the main character's tale of spousal abuse, all the while y [...]

    9. Amanda Cross' life is crazy. She has an insane husband who beats her on a regular basis, a handsome detective who wants to help her, and a lover who comes to her only in her dreams. She has to figure out how to escape her husband before her husband kills her.I didn't like this book at all. The heroine has been abused and held a virtual prisoner in her own house for years and years without being able to escape. Suddenly, with nightly visits from her dream lover, she grows a backbone and makes cha [...]

    10. First of all, I wasn't the one who bought this book. My aunt bought me this book some time around 2012. I was actually surprised that this was published even before I was born (1999) Anyways, this book was pretty awesome. I struggled halfway through finishing it coz I don't like these kinds of themes but I enjoyed it. Dinah somehow let her readers enter to her own personal paradise through this book. I got so much respect for this book and I thought that it was quite interesting.

    11. Wow, the most incredible ancient artifact of the Native Americano Peoples, the Dreamcatcher reportedly captures all your dreams and most wicked desires, spinning them into a delightful symphony of delicious banality! Oooo, my fingertips are tingling!! Somebody please poke me! I'm caught in a scrumptious fabulous spider's web of dreams!

    12. I read this book a long time ago. I loved it. The story was very entertaining. The girl goes through time and finds her soul mate. Then she has to find a way to be with him in the present time. Later I will read the book to refresh my memory of some details and express them here. I would tell someone to buy a copy of this book for themselves.

    13. DREAMCATCHERI loved this book, the storyline was very different from what I normally read. Love through the centuries, a magical story.

    14. If it was written in a kind of Murakami manner by all those unsolved paranormal mystery and crime scenes it'd have been more intriguing.

    15. Good readI really liked this book. I like most of the books by Sala/McCall. I will definitely look for more for my kindle.

    16. ADULT READ. She travels back in time and finds her true love only to lose him and is forced back to her own time to find him again.

    17. Dinah McCall/Sharon Sala is one of my fave authors. This is not one of my fave books by her but I still enjoyed it.

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