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Sayler Christy knew chances were slim to none that any of her silly little daydreams would ever actually come true—especially any daydreams involving Mr. Booker, the new patient—the handsome, older patient convalescing in her grandfather’s rehabilitation center.
Yet, working as a candy striper at Rawlings Rehab, Sayler couldn’t help but dream of belonging to Mr. Booker—and
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Kindle Edition, 2 Edition, 202 pages
Published May 22nd 2013 by Distractions Ink (first published April 10th 2011)
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Sandy
Oct 15, 2011 Sandy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I've been saving this one for awhile. It's been my last Marcia book to read for a long time, and I've liked knowing I still had one more I hadn't read. It was also a wonderful gift from Cindy (THANK YOU, THANK YOU, CINDY!) and it's the only Marcia book I own in print. My Kindle library is brimming with Marcia titles, but Daydreams is the only title on my bookshelf. I always get happy when I see it there, and being a full-fledged member of the Marcia Addiction Club as I am, it's such a thrilling ...more
Kathy ~ Bookworm Nation
This is probably my favorite MLM contemporary, or at least in the top three. Sayler is a candy striper at her Grandfathers rehabilitation center, she doesn’t get along well with two of her coworkers, who are constantly playing pranks and putting her down. The nurses decide to embarrass Sayler by having her put chapstick on a new coma victim. Turns out he isn’t in a coma and when he wakes up to find Sayler hovering over him the fun really begins. The book is done in two parts, the first part bein ...more
Teya Peck
Oct 14, 2014 Teya Peck rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Loved it!
I just picked this book up again. I needed to escape for a day into joyous bliss. This did the trick. Clean, sweet and oh so yummy sexy. Thank you Marcia for this daydream away from life.

Better the second time!
Katie W
This is one of my favorite contemporary books by this author and I had forgotten just how much I loved it...until I read it again.

Sayler is a dreamer--a dreamer who just so happens to work as a candy stripper, uh, I mean, striper, at her grandpa's rehab center. Bo is a new patient in the center and their first meeting had me laughing out loud! That has got to be the best meeting ever! Bo quickly steals Sayler's heart, but nothing comes of it--it's all just a daydream for her--until they meet ag
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Kristen
Jan 08, 2016 Kristen rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
1/8/15 - It's interesting how tastes change, I still enjoyed it but has anyone noticed how all her heroines are watering pots?
Inspired Kathy
May 28, 2010 Inspired Kathy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-in-2010
I think I've now read all but about a half dozen of Marcia's books. I've loved everyone of them. Daydreams was easily read in one sitting and left me with a big smile on my face. Full of romance with nothing more than kissing this book is set in modern day which is different than most of her books that I've read which have been full of cowboys, knights, lords & ladies. A very enjoyable book. Thanks for the fabulous read.
Heidi
Swoon sigh....I didn't remember loving this one as much the first time I read it as I did this time. I LOVED it...seriously...so sweet. I LOVE how they meet...and another classic Marcia Lynn ending. No one does it better.
Angie Cornelison
Ok! So I couldn't put this one down. Three hours later...I was finished! Wonderful clean romance! You'll love Saylor and Bo.
Valerie Waters
Feb 16, 2012 Valerie Waters rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Most definitely my favorite McClure book so far!! I loved it! I loved that the lost daydream comes true. So cute
Deborah
Jun 30, 2012 Deborah rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition


Cute! I love this author. This was just a nice tention free love story. It kept me smiling!
Kristina
Oh, swoon, swoon, swoon. I thoroughly loved this sweet, romantic, book.

It is a delightful, contemporary story about an 18 year old girl, Sayler Christy who meets a very handsome 22 year old patient (Bo Booker) in the rehabilitation centre where she works as a candy striper. They strike up a friendship but once Bo is discharged, they do not see each other for over three years. Sayler being the daydreamer that she is, always fantasizes of meeting up with Bo again. Bo, a successful architect and a
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Alyssa
Feb 24, 2009 Alyssa rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance, fiction
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Donna R.
Oct 20, 2014 Donna R. rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Cute story!
Stacey Hall
Dec 20, 2010 Stacey Hall rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
OK!!! Bo Booker and his candy stripper was so fun!! I loved this book sooooo much! I felt so wrapped up in this story and was so sad when I read the last page because I wanted to keep going!! Good thing I know Marcia will keep them comin'!!
Tiffany
Another marvelous read from Marcia Lynn McClure. Her books are going to ruin me from so many other books. So many other books seem to be missing the spark that Marcia's book ignite. Again another cute and adorably fun book.
Karen Phelps
Apr 19, 2016 Karen Phelps rated it it was amazing
Great

This is a book that makes you happy. Making dreams come true is a good way to describe this book. I liked the way that Bo is willing to see and get to know Saylor after there first visit in the rehab center. Even though it was three years later, they still have a good relationship. Saylor needs a job and she goes to Bo asking for one. He waited for Saylor to grow up a bit since she was only eighteen when he first met her. The fire works fly shortly after her employment. They both remember h
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Nikita
Mar 13, 2010 Nikita rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
At the age I am, this book was really easy to relate to, it was SUPER cute and I couldn't put it down--ended up reading it in one sitting.
Crystal (Books Are Sanity!!!)
Daydreams was not what I expected at all. I thought it would be a whirlwind romance with Saylor and Mr. Booker falling in love, dating, getting married, the whole nine. But Marcia Lynn McClure throws some unexpected turns in there. Christy is a young girl just out of high school working for the summer until she starts college. Mr. Booker becomes a patient where she works and she falls head over heels for him. But their age gap becomes an issue and when Mr. Booker leaves, Christy doesn't see him ...more
Katie
Whew....I tell you what..No one can write like Marcia McClure. I have a good number of Authors I like, a few I really like, but Marcia has an amazing talent for making you feel good, happy and ready to go out and make life fantastic. It just makes you want to grab your husband by his shirt, yank him in and ravish him. I just got done reading this book and I feel like I need to run a few miles to get out all my energy. It only took a few hours to read, but it was so worth it. This is the type of ...more
Kathryn
Feb 17, 2010 Kathryn rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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LadyCalico
Feb 10, 2012 LadyCalico rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A cute little short and sweet contemporary romance with likable characters and exceptionally well-written dialogue. I might have given it 4-stars just because all that overdone "Ooh, Baby, Baby" stuff got really sickening after a while, but overall, I just enjoyed this sweet story too darn much. If I critique this book intellectually I can not say it was a 5-star book, but if I critique it subjectively based on fun-factor, it certainly was. After all, what is more important to people reading for ...more
Shellie
This book was different from the others I have read by this author. It was modern day, and not as romantic as some of her others, but still a fun story. No accidents, no rescuing needed, just a good story about a girl and a boy. It starts out with Sayler, being 18 years old, falling in love with a wealthy 22 year old business owner. Of course, with her being a teenager (legal or not, still a teen), we find our 22 year old taking a hands-off approach even though he would rather not. Then, 3 years ...more
Katherine Kloepfel
Feb 10, 2016 Katherine Kloepfel rated it it was amazing
Daydreams can come true.

Another wonderful story by my favorite romance author! I about died of embarrassment myself when they first met and I couldn't put this book down until I finished it.
Another favorite for my collection!
Erin
When I read the back of this book, I thought it would be about a young woman and an older man. However, the characters in this book are only 4 years apart and the majority takes place when they're in their twenties. Cute little read by Marcia.
Sarah Walter
Oct 07, 2014 Sarah Walter rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
If you are in mood for a happy escape this is for you. It is lighthearted and smile inducing. We all dream of catching the attention of the most eligible bachelor in town!
Mary
Mar 12, 2015 Mary rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This books puts the cheese in cheesy. It is even too cheesy for me, and I typically don't mind a little cheese with my story.
The entire book feels amateurish.
Annalisa
Feb 05, 2011 Annalisa rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Book 9 Love Notes Collection. I still can't figure out why these are a collection maybe just because of the length of the books and their clean romance aspect because I can not find any similarities between the books other than the first 3. I really enjoyed reading them because they were fast reads that took you away from reality for a few hours. This one is another rare current day novel by Marcia Lyn McClure. This is the story of Bo Booker a patient in physical therapy and the young candy stri ...more
Becky Hiatt
You just can't go wrong with Marcia. You can come back and read them over and over. Loved Saylor and Bo
Maddie
Mar 12, 2015 Maddie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4.3 stars
This was way cute! I love how Marcia ahas something in her books that relates to other books!
Emily
Jan 16, 2014 Emily rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: women
Recommended to Emily by: Marcia Lynn McClure website
Oh my hotness! The reigning Queen of Kissing has struck again. Serious self fanning going on.

Loved it. It now has a permanent place on my favorites shelf. I giggled when I first read the age difference. My husband and I met when I was 15 and started dating the day after I turned 16...he was 21!!!
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Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Marcia Lynn McClure grew up influenced by the reminiscent stories of rugged, rural Colorado farm life fascinatingly recounted to her by her parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts…tales of runaway buckboards, mule-drawn plows and dust pneumonia; verbalized images of stream-flooded meadows, frozen over in winter, where a child could peer through the crystal clear ic ...more
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