"Is she dreaming or is this for real?"
Luke, Mercy Ward's twin brother, is dead. She is finally
able to sleep and to dream...
It's 1775 -- Mercy Baine's husband, George, has died. His
apprentice in his printing business, James, in now bonded
to Mercy. James desires more than just a working
relationship with Mercy and she is willing to share more,
but she does not want marriage to anyone. But these are
dangerous times to live in, and Mercy has fears of an
unhappy outcome, yet doesn't completely understand why.
In the modern world, Mercy Ward discovers an anonymous
person left her brother $250,000, which is now hers. But
Mercy finds herself becoming more interested in her
brother's lawyer Cullen Grant, than in the money. She also
finds evidence that her dreams are more real than she could
possible believe. Who is she really -- and who is Cullen?
This story has one point for it just to start with, as it
is a younger man/older woman romance, which I love. It
gives a twist to time travel and reincarnation that makes
it fascinating and unique. More than half of the story
takes place in Mercy's dreams of the past -- or are they
dreams? -- and this is where most of the sex takes place,
also. This was a wonderful romance, though a bit sad. I
want to say it was too short, but it was perfect for
reading on the computer and the fact that you won't want to
stop until the last page makes the length almost perfect!
I'll just say that Treva has done it again -- this is an
Sensuality--R. Explicit sex; Fairly explicit language;
masturbation; oral sex; monogamous relationship.
Reviewed by Flora Bell
Posted June 26, 2002
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 18, 2006