Dreams Come True by Amy Mcguire
The second book of this trilogy ended with Gabriel and Angeline living apart as her job as a journalist had taken her away. The romance between them had started to fade, leaving them both wondering if what they had shared was ever real.
Reading Amy Mcguire's complex romantic tale; you desperately want a miracle to happen, that they will find each other again.
The title Dreams Come True would lead you to believe that they will and the final part of this trilogy begins with both of them carrying on like strangers in their separate corners of the world. You find yourself believing that it must be hopeless, all the romance has gone. Then Angeline's job sends her back to Hope Valley to interview the local artist, someone called C R Tanbrook, and you begin to see a glimmer of what could be again. She even fantasises about rekindling their love, if it hasn't completely dwindled to nothing.
The fact that this artist turns out to be a beautiful woman and Gabriel's girlfriend, tends to put a damper on Angeline's enthusiasm despite her determination to get Gabriel back.
The visit doesn't go anything like she planned. One by one everything goes wrong and many times it seems as though all is lost.
The twists and turns of their romance made me a little giddy at times, and I was glad in a way that I am too old to even consider such an adventure, but if I were younger...
It was an exciting read and I enjoyed all three parts of this well written trilogy.
(reviewed 16 days after purchase)