Dream Lover

Rated 3.80/5 based on 5 reviews
This is a sweet contemporary romance novella with a strong heroine in a non-traditional role. More
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About Jean MacIntyre

I have been writing for about twenty-five years, while working firstly as a Registered Nurse and later as a Farm Insurance Underwriter. My first four novels were mainly for learning purposes and have long since been discarded – something I now regret. One of them was accepted for publication as an audio book, but the company went out of business before it could be processed. That gave me the encouragement I needed to keep on writing. I have since written eight romance novels, three non-fiction books, and two books of short stories. I have taken up amateur photography and am combining it with writing limericks, to produce photo album books about care for the environment and respect for all life-forms. These are aimed at children. Our local camera club has taught me what I needed to know in order to create my book covers and I am truly grateful.
I live in the beautiful Lanark Highlands of Eastern Ontario, Canada, with my husband Don, and a very independent cat named Little Bud.
If you read my books, your comments and rating would be most helpful, and appreciated.

You can contact me at dynamac@storm.ca

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About the Series: Sweet Romances
These eight novels are clean and sweet, with under 30,000 words each. They cover a wide range of careers, challenges and personalities. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing.

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Reviews

Yvette Storiwala reviewed on on March 27, 2015

Really nice story.
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Prasant reviewed on on Sep. 2, 2014

well written though I hardly like romance.
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Bekki Lynn reviewed on on July 23, 2013

I really had a hard time getting through the first page. In face, I didn't. I kept rereading and couldn't get into it. The writing is rough and too stiff. I think if the story had sat for a while and then gone back through with a fresh eye, maybe the writer would have been more relaxed and the story would have reflected it. It'd be worth the time and effort now to do so.
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Amber Douglas reviewed on on Feb. 18, 2013

Sweet romance, cozy read.
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hrhsophia reviewed on on Nov. 30, 2012

Very enjoyable
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