Friday, December 21, 2012

Incredible Dreams review

INCREDIBLE DREAMS is the story of a modern-day ghost whisperer who travels through time to save the life of a WWII fighter pilot and ends up jeopardizing her own existence.
Izzy Miller prefers to call herself a spiritual therapist because she thinks it makes her sound more professional than plain old ghost-whisperer. She expects her latest project to be quick and easy because exorcising military personnel is pretty routine. But there’s nothing easy or routineabout Captain Jack Baker–he’s a rather forgetful spirit and somewhat mischievous. And even though he’s intrigued by the US Government’s latest attempt to remove him from the only place he can ever remember being…he has no intentions of going anywhere.
Plans to exorcise Jack are quickly sidelined when Izzy discovers a portal into the past inside her dreams and sets out to change his fate. Trouble is…when she gets back there, she can’t remember anything but her name. She still sees ghosts, but is far less accepting of her gift. And, to make matters worse, a demonic force pretending to be the forgetful heroine’s sister has her own plans–to steal Izzy’s soul.

Our thoughts:
I really enjoyed this story. It's about a girl names Izzy who is taken back in time while working on a case on solving how a flyer from back in 1946 died and how to save him.
In the process she talks to her dead mother who basically tells her that this is what she must do in order to save the man.
I couldn't wait to come back to this story when I got home from work.   It had a sort of Nora Roberts feel if you know what I mean. 4.5 stars

I found Incredible Dreams original and not on the sappy romantical side. Not knowing what genre of book this was going to be, I read it cover to cover and thoroughly enjoyed it.Isabelle is hired by the U.S. Government to exorcise a spirit that inhabits an abandoned airplane hanger. She immediately feels a connection to Jack Baker, the pilot that never left. She can't help but feel utter sadness that he has passed on. Jack feels a connection as well and is captivated by her beauty and her spitfire attitude. Izzy gets the chance of a lifetime from her mother, who visits her in her dreams, to save Jack. She travels back to 1946 and befriends him but has a little problem...she can't remember anything but her name.Follow along with Izzy and Jack as they try to figure out why they feel so connected and who is plotting against them from figuring it out.I really enjoyed reading Incredible Dreams. With a little touch of the paranormal included in this romance, I thought it was sweet and sassy. I loved how the sprites were added for a little touch of humor and the twist at the end was well worth the read.Great job Sandra! 5 stars

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