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Celeste Fortune stands in her kitchen puzzling over last night’s frightening dream―a woman at a window, lilacs blowing in the breeze, someone’s hands tight around her neck. Celeste is sure the dream belongs to someone else. Perhaps she has finally broken through to the collective dreams of Dreamland cult. Hoping her therapist and cult leader will help her untangle it, she heads off into the cold November morning to her final appointment with him―or so she hopes. Her estranged fiancé has delivered an ultimatum: Leave the cult of Dreamers, or end their relationship for good.
Colleen 5.0 out of 5 starsBE CAREFUL WHOM YOU SHARE YOUR DREAMS WITH! August 21, 2019 Susan Ritz's A Dream to Die For is a book that one would classify as "get lost in the mystery" entertainment. She captures the main character, Celeste, as a woman who is puzzled by circumstances that are dumped on her doorstep (not literally), and she is challenged on whom to trust and whom not to trust. Definitely could not put it down. Wanted to get to the ending!
Susan chose an intriguing plot for A Dream to Die For. I have never read about this very innovative approach that she has taken as the story line. The ending is especially unique...a bit mindboggling but understandable. Not your typical story indeed! Susan also does a great job of painting the small town where Celeste and characters reside. A++++++