Deidre has been having disturbing dreams. At times, they even appear to be visions of the future. She wishes nothing but the best for her sister Kelly and her new husband, Dyllon but her nighttime excursions seem to revolve around the recent groom. In her dreams, the couple are having problems.
There is a dark force directing Deidre’s dreams for its own agenda. Are Deidre”s efforts to help Kelly and Dyllon, motivated by this insidious evil or perhaps by Deidre’s own selfish needs?
Things are not always what they seem in this story of love and hope, which picks up where book one left off.
“A nice escape into characters”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Robert E. Sullivan
Different and very unexpected end to an awesome story. I could have kept reading, and reading, and reading! I felt like I was a part of the lives of the characters. A quick and entertaining read. I was able to read in just one night sitting.
About the Author
I spent my first few decades growing up in New York City. I’ve enjoyed other parts of the country but I guess that for me, the old saying,”There’s no place like home” will always be true.
I’m an artist by nature, which led me to my love of videotaping and taking pictures. I believe that each new reflected memory is really where the imagination is born.
All this and a bit more brought me to write my books and various short stories. After much hard work, one of my short stories, Halloween – 1979, has recently been published. My stories explore the poignant memories of my early years and the familiar hauntings of the dark side of fiction. Whether re-living and re-imagining loves I have known or moving through the uncertain boundaries of the abyss, one thing is certain and always expressed in my writing. The memory may be fickle, but the imagination is never short on words.