Grid Review: Dreams of Reality by Sylvia Hubbard
Author’s summary: Skye Patterson – 24-year old entrepreneur trying to make her way in the world all by herself since she was orphaned at birth – finds herself the victim of a mind controlling substance. Moving to Detroit, was a big step emotionally, but she never thought it would be a big step mentally. The mind controlling drugs invade her life enveloping her in a world she never thought she could experience and a love that was too good to be true with one of her clients, Thaddeus Newman, a powerful construction business owner. When she begins to experience the too real dreams she tries to convince herself they are not real, but as the dreams become more vivid, she delves deep into a world of pimps, businessmen, doctors, and murder, until she finds out what is really happening to her. With Thaddeus by her side, she is able to face her reality and conquer her fears. Dreams of Reality touches on the new age drug, GHB in the revitalization of Motown, where a woman tries to make it alone and finds that in order to survive she has to make her dreams of love, into dreams of reality.
Overall Impression: The was an excellent story. There were major issues with the spelling, grammar and punctuation (SGP) in the version of the eBook I read. I say the version I read, because you may end up with a copy that doesn’t contain the SGP issues I came across. I’ve spoken with the author, and she told me that the book has been edited since it was first published, and I got the eBook months before I had to chance to read it. Even with the SGP issues, the story was great! If you can look past the editing issues, you’ll enjoy this book.