Dreamscape by Christie Rich
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
After the death of her grandmother, 18-year-old Amelia is alone in the world. Figuring out how she is going to survive on her own should be her biggest problem. However, after being taken from her apartment and ending up…somewhere, her biggest problem is now Seth and how to get back home.
I loved Amelia. She has all the qualities of a successful heroine – she is strong, independent, curious, and has attitude. Amelia questions everything and will not give up without a fight. Seth may have been in for more than he had bargained for when he decided to grab her and force her into his world. I'm very glad we got Seth's viewpoint as well as Amelia's. I think if we would not have known what he was thinking and feeling throughout the story it would have been hard to like him. He basically came in and took Amelia prisoner for his own purposes, but when we get his reasonings, regrets, and insecurities he becomes more real and much more likable.
Told from alternating points of view, Dreamscape is a unique, engrossing story. The world created here was complicated and incredibly detailed, and the story puts your imagination to work. The author did such a great job bringing this story to life.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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