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Dream A Little Dream
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on February 4, 2000
This is the second book by SEP that I've read. The first was IT HAD TO BE YOU. I enjoyed that book and loved both characters. Dream A Little Dream is as enjoyable. It's different from other romance fictions that I've read -which is a really good thing! I'm sick and tired of predictable plots! Dream A Little Dream deals with more serious subjects - single parenting, coping with the death of loved ones..and society in general. People living in Salvation were supposed to be God fearing and all..but in the story, most of them were vindictive and judgemental..how ironic! Gabe and Rachel's love story really touched me. And not just because i'm a sucker for romance. It seemed more real. Here is a guy who found everything from someone who got nothing to offer. Good job, SEP! Can't wait to read Nobody's Baby But Mine..I'm intrigued with Cal's character.:)
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on March 16, 2000
Considering it was an impulse buy, I must say that I felt this novel was quite good. SEP managed quite successfully to engage me for the hour or two it took to read the book. The character of Gabe was veryinteresting as I don't think I ever grew to really like him...but that isn't really the purpose of a book. Rachael was in love with him and their romance was the object of the book. The mother and child relationship evoked a strong response form my sister and I, and I applaud SEP's sensitive and engaging presentation of one of the most important facets of our lives.
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on March 21, 2000
Thoughly enjoyed this book, after reading "First Lady", I decided to read more of Susan Elizabeth Phillips book's, and "Dream a Little Dream" was the next book I read. Rachael was a gutsy, hard working, determined mother who had a disastous past not of her doing and Gabe, a man also troubled by his past. I enjoyed how Ms. Phillips entwined their past and present into a warm, compelling love story.
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on March 26, 1998
I just finished this book, and was a little surprised. I didn't like it nearly as much as Nobody's baby but Mine, and I found myself wishing for a little more of the humor from her other books. However, this book was very sexy, but you found yourself wishing that Rachel had run over all the Bonners with her broken down car! I don't know if I could have put up with being a pariah, even for love.
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on March 9, 1998
The first I've read by SEP. I don't want to repeat what so many others have said, so I'll just tell you my favorite part. I read tons of romance books and this one was really different. Not only the plot, but the characters were really believable, really grabbed at the heartstrings, especially the main character and the little boy.
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on March 21, 1999
Awesome book, great charactors as usual. Susan Elizabeth Phillips gives us one more book with a spin off the the Chicago Stars' (which began back in "It Had to be You" You'll be captured in this lovable tale of two people needing everything and finding each other.
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on March 25, 1998
Her other books are way better than this one, this is serious and not quite well connected .One doesn't laugh quite as much as one would expect with reading a book by this author.It would probably bave been better to make the book about the pastor than the grump.
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on March 10, 1998
I have read all her books and loved every one of them. This latest was not as funny, the characters were not as well developed, and the story was not as good. It is a good book, but all her other books are better.
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on June 17, 1999
Honestly, it took me a while to get through the first few chapters, but the book picked up from there and in the end-I did end up enjoying the book. I look forward to reading more of this author work.
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