Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of Dream a Little Dream by Giovanna Fletcher, read by Jessie Cave.
Sarah is doing just fine. Sure, she's been single for the last five years and has to spend an uncomfortable amount of time around her ex-boyfriend and their mutual friends and the rest at her tediously mundane job, but it's fine. She's happy(ish).
But it's not surprising that when Sarah starts dreaming about a handsome stranger, she begins looking forward to falling asleep at night. Reality isn't nearly as exciting. That is until her dream stranger makes an unexpected real-life appearance, leaving Sarah questioning everything she thought she wanted.
Because people never really find the person of their dreams...do they?
©2015 Giovanna Fletcher (P)2015 Penguin Books Limited
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I'm so sad the story is over I've loved this book
Lovely story excellent performance
I enjoyed listening to this. It was fun and entertaining.
She is great at the voices, but I could do without the "echoing" dream sequences.
"Perfect Christmas Chicklit!"
Absolutely loved this book. I am currently studying for my exams, and this is perfect for my limited downtime.
If you like chick-lit that isn't mind-numbingly cheesy or boring (but that IS heart warming, sweet, funny and fun) - this is for you!
"Witty, romantic and genuinely fabulous!"
I loved this book/audiobook - it had me laughing my head off in certain areas, shedding a tear or two in other places and being hooked from the start.
I loved the friendship group, the descriptions and the main characters thoughts throughout - I highly recommend it!
"Zero point to this book"
Ugh. Sarah is whiny. Dream voice is weird.
Read The Hating Game by Sally Thorne or You Don't Have To Say You Love Me by Serra Manning -- those are much, much better!
"LOVE LOVE LOVE!"
This book was the right amount of drama, laughs, heart grabbing and all around AMAZING! Couldn't stop listening until I finished it! I even chose it over tv!
Started well but became tedious, boring and slightly irritating, especially the way some characters and plot lines would be developed in detail then vanish without a trace.
Not much of a storyline, it's just didn't all hang together very well.
Good narration though.
This is a good book if you need to be put to sleep it was truly awful
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