From the day Gabriel starts working with Christine at the library, he turns her life upside-down with sizzling chemistry, bizarre stories, and incredible dreams. Dreams so vivid they feel like real life.
Christine’s friends think she’s falling for Gabriel fast but they don’t know about the secret life Gabriel and Christine are living at night. Who would believe her if she told? As the dreams become more dangerous, it’s clear they’re being orchestrated by someone. But who? And more importantly, why?
As Christine struggles to help Gabriel unravel the secrets of the dreamworld, she risks her closest friendships, her college plans, and maybe even her life.
About S.J. Lomas (Ann Arbor, Michigan Author)
S.J. Lomas, author of young adult novels Dream Girl and Dream Frequency, is a huge fan of young adult fiction. In fact, her inspiration for writing these books came from a dream and from reading A Crack in the Line by Michael Lawrence. She loves books so much that she not only writes them, but she’s a public librarian and book reviewer. Her to-be-read pile is large enough to last several lifetimes, but she wouldn’t have it any other way.
Although she works as a Social Media Librarian in the adult department of a public library, she often helps readers find books by first asking, “Do you read YA?”
In addition to her love of YA books, she is also a huge fan of Paul McCartney, Oxford England, sloths, and the color red.