Tuesday, July 25, 2017


Dream Me

Kathryn Berla
Published by: Amberjack Publishing
Publication date: July 11th 2017
Genres: Romance, Time-Travel, Young Adult

Zat is a dreamer from the distant future—a time when humans no longer dream and Earth is a desolate wasteland. He dreams of the beautiful Earth of the past, and a fiery-haired beauty named Babe. Against the wisdom of his peers, Zat decides to risk everything to travel back in time and live in Babe’s dreams…
Babe is the perpetual new girl in town. Her father’s job frequently moves the family around the country, and Babe just longs for a place to call home. As she settles into the sleepy town of Sugar Dunes, Florida, Babe begins to have strange dreams of a green-eyed boy named Zat. Night after night, Babe shows Zat her world. But the dreams come at the cost of nearly crippling migraines every morning. Babe’s life outside of her dreams pales in comparison to her growing love for Zat and their time spent together.
But the more time Babe and Zat spend together in her dreams, the more Babe’s pain increases, and Zat begins to question the reality of his existence. How can he live a life with Babe, when all they have is her dreams?
Can a dream become a reality?

DISCLAIMER: I received an ARC of this book for honest review.

It is always an honored privilege to read something new from an author I know. I've read Ms. Berla's novel 12 Hours in Paradise, and there is quite a contrast in her writing, as that was a Contemporary and this is Time-Travel. I like how she could write both.

This book was so good. I love Zat's character. The story is written so well, and so beautifully. I completely relate to Babe's migraines, though I've never had a boy visit me in my dreams and I wish that could be reality. It is amazing. I strongly recommend readers to pick this one up.


Kathryn Berla graduated from the University of California at Berkeley as an English major. She has lived in many different countries in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. She currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area.


1 comment:

  1. Great review this sounds like a well written and compelling book! Glad you liked it! :)