The final book of the Crosslyn Rise trilogy pits true opposites against each other . . . Like its sisters, The Dream Comes True was written before the age of cell phones, texting, and Google. Fortunately, emotions don’t go out of style
Nina Stone, the realtor who is marketing Crosslyn Rise, is a bundle of aggressive energy; petite and short-haired, a workaholic driven by the need for independence and financial security.
John Sawyer, consortium member and potential buyer, is tall, shaggy-haired, and laid-back; not one to rush through life, he takes his time considering every word and act. He is also a single parent whereas to Nina, children are positively alien.
The Dream Comes True is a love story between two people whose lives are so full that they don’t think they need love. But here’s a timeless notion from an author with over 30 million books in print: we all need love!
‘Delinsky reminds us that we sometimes need to revisit the past to embrace the future’ Diane Chamberlain