The Good Dream – by Donna VanLiere

The Good Dream – Donna VanLiere

St. Martin’s Press

Publication Date: July 3, 2012

Rating: 10/10

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Click here to read the first pages of The Good Dream.

Click here to listen to a clip from the audio book read by Donna VanLiere herself!

 

 

I have had the privilege of being a part of Donna Van Liere’s Dream Team which allowed me to receive an advanced reader’s copy of her newest novel The Good Dream to be released next month!

The Good Dream is an engaging story set in Morgan Hill, Tennessee during the 1950’s and is perfect for a summer read! Donna captures you with her gift of story-telling and draws you in to experience the emotions and thrills of each character!

Sarah Ivorie Walker, (who namely goes by Ivorie) is single and being in her early 30’s is already considered an “old maid”! Having spent the last few years caring for her elderly mother, after her passing, Ivorie finds herself a lot more lonely than she will let on to people in her small town. But in spite of being labeled an old maid, she may have just found that “special someone”.

In light of that soon enters a nameless boy who changes everything! In a rush of events he soon finds a way to Ivorie’s heart, but how much will she be willing to sacrifice for this boy?

A truly heartwarming, but by no means a sentimental story,  The Good Dream should find itself on your summer reading list! Donna has done it again, and is not just for Christmas anymore!

(Also available as an audio book read by Donna VanLiere herself!)

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Michaela
    Jun 21, 2012 @ 04:37:24

    I’ll look for it! 🙂
    Thanks!

    Reply

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