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Entangled Summer by Michele Barrow-Belisle

Entangled Summer by Michele Barrow-Belisle

5 years ago


Entangledsummer

5 Stars|Amazon|Goodreads

Another novel knocked out of the park! Michele dazzles in this story and these characters shine!

I jumped into this without reading its synopsis. I LOVE Michele's other works so I had no doubt this would be great. I was not wrong. This story follows Nora. She he just started her new position at a great camp and to top it off she even has a super hot Troy to be romanced by. With their past fling, this was building up to be a great summer. Well, until Grace. Grace Strange is the counselor who throw the whole "perfect summer" into a bit of chaos. She has an unnerving interest in Nora's dreams and from there things just get even more weird. This was an on your toes supernatural read. Love triangles, crazy dreams, and suspense OH MY! I could not put this down! Grant up separate or in the box set, but this is a story you don't want to miss.

Synopsis:

They say our dreams mask hidden secrets. Secret desires. Secret fears. Secret truths. 20 year old Nora Dultry's dreams hide even more. They're a gateway to the man of her dreams and an escape from her painful past. She's fantasized about him for years, and when he magically walks into her summer teaching gig, she never dreamed she'd question whether he was the one she truly wanted. But her former fling Troy Bellisaro doesn't just own Wanderlust Academy... he's her boss...he still has her heart strings tied in knots...and he's hiding secrets of his own. One of them will be her dream come true, one her waking nightmare. Untangling the truth could make this dream, her last.

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