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Dream On by Renita Pizzitola
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Feb 04, 2013

really liked it
bookshelves: urban-fantasy, read-to-review, romance, zz-reviewed

Renita Pizzitola writes like an artist paints and her stories are in full color – all the way through. In DREAM ON, the reader encounters an entirely different world where dreamwalkers can enter other people’s dreams – and in some cases, lose their own body in the process. But one chapter into the story and you will completely forget that this isn’t real life because everything makes perfect sense when Renita is the one explaining it.

We follow Emory, a dreamwalker by profession, who encounters another dreamwalker while on the job. The only problem is, Grayson’s body has been abducted and he needs her help if he has any hope of ever getting it back. Emory’s only chance of helping him is to find the person who stole his body and figure out a way to lure him out so Grayson can get back in.

Aside from the easy flirtation between Emory and Grayson and the understandable conflict for Emory when she meets the body snatcher who looks like Grayson but who she must remind herself is not who he seems, the author also keeps the story interesting with twists and turns that remind the reader you never know who you can trust. Readers have to decide for themselves if Emory is trusting the right people as she risks her body and her soul to help a fellow dreamwalker. I loved the easy flow of the story, the crisp descriptions that made me feel like I was right there alongside Emory, and of course the romance. This is a fun and quick read and an excellent new concept in the genre of urban fantasy! Goodreads needs to allow half stars because this was a definite 4.5 stars for me.

**Copy provided by the author/publisher for an honest review

**Reviewed by Michelle on I ♥ Bookie Nookie Reviews and The Romance Reviews.

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Renita Pizzitola Where's the 'love' button? Like doesn't seem adequate! Thank you for the amazing review!!


preppea LOL - thank you for the amazing book! ;)


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