Dream Home

Dream Home Oh my God I m not even starting the job for four months How can I have an enemy already Sara thought she had found the perfect job the perfect new house and the perfect place to build a bright futu

  • Title: Dream Home
  • Author: J.J. DiBenedetto
  • ISBN: 9781499593334
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Paperback
  • Oh, my God, I m not even starting the job for four months How can I have an enemy already Sara thought she had found the perfect job, the perfect new house and the perfect place to build a bright future for herself and her family But her new life is not quite perfect Her husband and her children are fitting right in, but before Sara even shows up for her first day of Oh, my God, I m not even starting the job for four months How can I have an enemy already Sara thought she had found the perfect job, the perfect new house and the perfect place to build a bright future for herself and her family But her new life is not quite perfect Her husband and her children are fitting right in, but before Sara even shows up for her first day of work, her coworkers are dreaming about getting rid of her If that wasn t bad enough, the one friend she s made is dreaming nightly about a disaster that could wipe out the entire town and Sara is beginning to think he might be right Dream Home is the exciting seventh book in the Dream Series.

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    1. I didn't think that I could be surprised any more than I have been by other books in this series but I was seriously mistaken.Sara and Brian's story continues. Again all the recurring characters stay very true to who they have been in the previous books, with one notable exception but that side story resolves itself quickly and we get to learn a little more about that character in particular. The new characters introduced are again greatly supportive to the story as a whole and really drive it f [...]

    2. Brian and his wife Dr. Sara move to a knew location, which means a new work place for her. the story is quite entertaining and extremely unique. We follow Sarah through her new workplace and the tension that is caused by her arrival. and of course the dreams continue, however this one is more of a forewarning. Sarah is getting great at tuning into her dreams and looking for the Silver Lining they provide. I listened to this book on Audible the narrator did a fantastic job. I love this series can [...]

    3. Another lovely day to day story about Sara and her family. Never expect thrills or twists and turns in these books just good old plain life as it is tales about the ups and downs of family life. I have now read six of this series and have yet to feel disappointed. As a stand alone or book six in the series this is a good read.

    4. Kindle Copy for ReviewIn book 7, Sara, Brian and the children have moved into a new home and Sara has a new job.She starts to dream about her new co workers and that they seem to want to get rid of her before she even starts. There is one doctor whom she seems to dislike her and she does know why.Making friend with an old man who dreams of a possible disaster, Sara finds herself being extra prepared as Thanksgiving approaches but she does know why. But her extra preparations comes handy when a s [...]

    5. In this 7th book in the Dream Series, Sara and Brian's lives are continuing into their middle ages. Now they are dealing with a move to a small town, Sara starting to practice at a hospital where she is not necessarily welcomed, and Grace is entering her teen years. All these issues, a house full of kids and a dog keep their lives busy enough, but Sara is still having her mysterious dreams. This time these dreams are harder to figure out. Is something bad be coming to their new town and close-kn [...]

    6. Sara and her family pack up and move to New York to start a new job. It's a small town and she's working at a hospital again. Her dreams have started again and she discover that one of her coworkers, Dr. Bates is not a fan of her. He tells one person and most the town doesn't like Sara. I guess that's what happens in a small town. Sara also discovers that Joshua Skinner a friendly old man is worried about a big storm that is supposed to come through during Thanksgiving, but no one believes him. [...]

    7. A new town, new home, new jobs and new dreams. Sounds rather humdrum and ordinary but as you have previously seen nothing is ever easy when it comes to Sara and her family. Changes at any age of life are always difficult and no one is exempt from gossip and hurtful rumors. Everyone is settling fine except for Sara and she does not know how to fix it. This was a great story about staying true to yourself and and not folding to the opposition. We meet some new characters that add depth to the stor [...]

    8. This series remains a pleasant ride. Even with this book having less of a mystery "whodunnit" storyline, it was a rollercoaster.Sara and family move to a small town in New York so Sara can be the chief of pediatrics at the tiny hospital that is there. But her new coworkers are dreaming about her and basically despise her coming in and "taking over".Not only that, but someone in the town is dreaming about a coming winter storm but nobody else in the town believes it will happen.The book is slow t [...]

    9. Again with the too-perfect-life thing, but at least this time there were new characters to interact with. Enjoyable fluff (but I don't mean that in a bad way!)

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