Enthralling read! I was hooked from the beginning and through all the twists and turns. The main character was genuine, likable and really grew in many ways throughout the book. I can’t wait for Tracy Tripp’s next book!
Maybe it was the dream, or perhaps the small smile that hinted at the edge of Brent Foster’s lips when he said her name, but none of that truly matters anymore. Skylar Shaw is alone curled up against the living room wall, kitchen knife in her hand. Without question, she is responsible for her fiancé, Adam Smith, going missing. If only Skylar hadn’t agreed to take on the mysterious client at the accounting office where she works, or not made an amorous glance at Brent… Somehow even at her most terrifying moment, she knows something deeper is at work in her life. The manifestation in her dream was not sent to destroy her but to warn her. Whatever the vision was, it has awoken something inside of her, and playing it safe is no longer an option.
Sammy The Snowman
Sammy the snowman wants to jump on the train to ‘”elsewhere,” so he can discover the magical places that exist beyond his snow village. Instead, when a young boy steps off the train, Sammy is is asked about his life on his hill. When Sammy begins explaining all the sights that he sees, he realizes how amazing his life truly is when seen through his new friend’s eyes. The boy then describes the other wonders in the world while Sammy travels in his mind to the sights left yet unseen. As the boy departs, the howl of coyotes brings Sammy back to his world that has been given new life.Buy at Barnes and NobleBuy at Amazon
This sequel to “Something Like A Dream” has creative twists and turns that keep you engaged and wondering how it will end. Though it can be read alone, I highly recommend reading “Something Like A Dream” by Tracy Tripp first. Two great novels to have on hand as winter approaches. You won’t be disappointed with this story or with any of Tracy Tripp’s previous novels. I’m looking forward to her next one!
Skylar’s life is in danger and Brent Foster may be the only one that can save her. Brent can’t believe Skylar Shaw is complicit in a drug scheme, although all of the evidence points to her guilt. Somewhere in the woman’s journal, in the lines of a mysterious poem Skylar wrote, are answers to so many questions. Is she being hunted? Or the question that bothers him the most: What if she isn’t being hunted at all? There is only one way to get answers, and Brent is prepared to go to the ends of the earth to find out the truth.