Dreams Lie Beneath, a review by Cat

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Dreams Lie Beneath
Rebecca Ross

Published November 2, 2021
By Quill Tree Books

496 Pages

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I’ve been meaning to sit down and read Rebecca Ross’ works for years now. But when one of her books, Dreams Lie Beneath, was included in one of my OwlCrate boxes, I knew that the wait was over (for me at least), and I am SO glad to finally say that I am in love with her writing style.

Once again, I find myself head over heels for an OwlCrate choice. They’re really knocking it out of the park, as far as I’m concerned. Dreams Lie Beneath was a fantastic read, with just the right amounts of fantasy and romance.
Right away, it was easy to get emotionally attached to Clementine’s story. Her whole life was based on taking care of this little town, and she loved doing it. So when it was all ripped away, it hurt to see. Naturally, it made rooting for her all the easier.

Part of me is quite sad that this is a standalone novel, as I would have loved to see more about Clementine’s journey. Her story may have ended, but it doesn’t feel like an end, more like another beginning.

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