When Roman wakes from a six month coma, the first thing he sees is the girl of his dreams. Except Bryn isn’t confined to the dream-state anymore and neither is he. He’s awake and alive and as the memories of how he and Bryn fell in love come rushing back, so do the memories of why he’s lying in that hospital bed in the first place.
Plagued by guilt, Roman makes a decision that alters both their fates and as Bryn fights for her life in a German hospital, Roman must fight for her forgiveness before it’s too late. Because Roman and Bryn weren’t the only things to wake out of Bryn’s dreams. The shadows seem to be hunting them both and a strange side effect of Roman’s miraculous recovery may be the only means of stopping them. That is, if he can reach Bryn before she slips too deeply into the very dreams that seem to be imposing more and more on their waking lives every day.
*I received this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review*
I was so excited when I received this book. I couldn’t wait to find out what would happen with Roman and Bryn. This story picks up exactly where the last one left off. Roman has just woken up from his coma and as you can image he is feeling guilty and like he isn’t worthy. So he pushes Bryn away.
Meanwhile for Bryn things are getting harder and it’s time for her to head to Germany. As she goes thru the motions with Dr. Banz and Vogle she meets a little girl named Sam who they believe also has KLS but dreams just like she does. Only Sam’s “abilities” are different”. She finds things that are lost and important in her dreams.
While Bryn is in German trying to find out what is going on with her Roman is reconnecting with his father and learning how to live again. But the guilt of what he did to Bryn is consuming him to the point where he realizes he must find her. Once they are together again we start to learn that Germany has opened up a whole new world.
Bryn is the Dreamer, and Roman is her protector. There are Rogues and more shadows then we can image. This book has twists and turns like you would not believe, but as with The Girl in Between the author spins a creative and very imaginative tale that draws you in and makes you feel like you are there. There are many new characters in this book and some are not what they seem. The point of view continues to change from Roman to Bryn which is done nicely.
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