From Publishers Weekly
In Rosburg's paranormal romance, set in 16th-century Venice, a handsome figure enters the dreams of attractive young women with fatal consequences. When a female cousin of the angelic Pina turns up dead, Pina's despised fiancé, Antonio, has her shut up in her mother's villa on the Grand Canal. But even here Pina isn't beyond the reach of the dream thief. Rosburg (The Circle of a Promise
) does a good job of depicting the Jewish ghetto (or Ghetto Nuovo), where Pina attends to the poor, but readers should be prepared for a bittersweet ending. (Dec.)
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"Ms. Rosburg deserves credit for originality and a surpising conclusion." —Affaire De Coeur