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Book Reviews of Dreamcatcher

Dreamcatcher
Dreamcatcher
Author: Dinah McCall
ISBN: 6149
Rating:
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.
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3.1 stars, based on 4 ratings
Book Type: Paperback
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From the back:
Amanda Potter's beauty and wealth can do nothing to free her from her husband's obsession. Not even handsome Detective Dupree, whose amber eyed gaze stirs something deep within her soul, can overcome David Potter's influence and money. Amanda finds refuge only in the arms of an elusive dream that draws her through a shadow of time and into a loving and protected embrace.
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This is a wonderful story!
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This was a emotional, time travel book. I liked it a lot.
dmkay avatar reviewed Dreamcatcher on + 213 more book reviews
One of my all-time favorite books - I had to read it again before I posted it. Dinah McCall/Sharon Sala writes great books and I love this one the most. A very emotional story with paranormal overtones - past lives, etc.
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Pretty good story about a woman married to a horrible man who beats her and she is saved by her destiny dream lover. Keeps you intersted but not necessairly guessing...
bigshirl55 avatar reviewed Dreamcatcher on + 197 more book reviews
He felt her need from across the centuries -- and made it his own. Loved this book!
ferretlover avatar reviewed Dreamcatcher on
Very good time travel book. It has just little bits of time travel.
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Amanda Potter's beauty and wealth can do nothing to free her from her husband obsession. Not even handsome Detective Dupree, Whose amber-eyed gaze stirs something deed within her soul, can overcome daid Pottr's influence and money. Amanda finds refuge only in the arms of an elusive dream that draws her through a shadow of time and into a loving and protectdembrace.
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Could not put it down. Excellent story line; Sharon is by far my favorite
TakingTime avatar reviewed Dreamcatcher on + 1073 more book reviews
To yearn for a dream can be more real than reality itself
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great story. loved it.
robinmy avatar reviewed Dreamcatcher on + 1737 more book reviews
Amanda Cross' life is crazy. She has an insane husband who beats her on a regular basis, a handsome detective who wants to help her, and a lover who comes to her only in her dreams. She has to figure out how to escape her husband before her husband kills her.

I didn't like this book at all. The heroine has been abused and held a virtual prisoner in her own house for years and years without being able to escape. Suddenly, with nightly visits from her dream lover, she grows a backbone and makes changes in her situation. Dumb.
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