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  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Choc Lit (7 Nov. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1906931909
  • ISBN-13: 978-1906931902
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 13.3 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 476,819 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Sue Moorcroft writes novels of dauntless heroines and irresistible heroes.

The Wedding Proposal (her latest novel), Dream a Little Dream and Is this Love? were all nominated for Readers' Best Romantic Read Awards. Love & Freedom won the Best Romantic Read Award 2011 and Dream a Little Dream was nominated for a RoNA in 2013. Sue received three nominations at the Festival of Romance 2012 (including one for novella Darcie's Dilemma), and is a Katie Fforde Bursary Award winner.

Her first novel, Uphill All the Way, and the novellas that began life as magazine serials are now ebooks, available on Amazon.

Sue also writes short stories, serials, articles, columns and courses and she has brought together all her skills as a writer and creative writing tutor in Love Writing - How To make Money Writing Romantic Or Erotic Fiction, calling on a multitude of published writers and industry professionals to contribute their tips to the book.

A long-standing member of the Romantic Novelists' Association and past vice chair, Sue is the editor of Loves Me, Loves Me Not and Truly, Madly, Deeply, short-story anthologies written by the RNA's members, from household names to debuts.

You'll see from her author page that she's contributed to other anthologies, usually for charity.

Sue was born in Germany, part of an army family, and lived in Cyprus and Malta, as well as the UK. She's worked in a bank, as a bookkeeper (probably a mistake), as a copytaker for Motor Cycle News and for a typesetter, but is pleased to have wriggled out of all those 'proper jobs'.

Her website is at www.suemoorcroft.com and her blog at http://suemoorcroft.wordpress.com. You're welcome to follow @suemoorcroft on Twitter and sue.moorcroft.3 on Facebook. Her Facebook author page is at www.facebook.com/SueMoorcroftAuthor.



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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mark West on 2 Nov. 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
A welcome addition to Moorcroft's Middledip set series of novels, this focuses on Liza Reece, a holistic therapist at The Stables. Blighted by her reaction to a marriage proposal, which in turn led to more serious repercussions, Liza leads a buttoned-up, work orientated life. Enter Dominic Christy, ex-air traffic controller, who is dashing and obnoxious, clearly smitten with her and suffering from narcolepsy - they fit well together but, as always, the path to true love never runs smoothly. There are a lot of things to praise with this novel, from the expert characterisation (we know very little about Edward, who runs The Stables, but Sue paints us a vivid picture with one or two sentence and it never leaves us), the locations and the use of narcolepsy, where its clear she's done a lot of research, but it never appears stiff or educational. Liza is a typical Moorcroft heroine, tough but with a tender side and she's the sister of Cleo (from "All That Mullarkey" and still one of my all-time favourite female characters ever), revelling in her role as Auntie (Cleo now has a young son and it's nice to get a snapshot of her life, later on from her own novel) and we want her to do well and move on from the traumas of her life. With a nice jealous/vicious angle from a secondary character, this is never less than readable, moves at a good pace and is full of life. Very much recommended.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Lougrahamii on 21 Oct. 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the first book I have read by Sue Moorcroft so I had no expectations of what would be on the pages.

I was delighted to find a book that hooked me in straight away. It's a great story of young people struggling in their own ways, whether it is the boss from hell, relationships that have broken down or health issues that people just don't seem to understand!

Really well written with characters that you will connect with and enjoy following their paths. Lots of fun and laughter to it, but it also had a very different element to this book with the condition of the leading man. Dominic suffers from narcolepsy and it is extremely obvious that Sue has invested a lot of time in researching this condition which in turn actually meant whilst turning the pages and enjoying this novel, I was also learning something!

A wonderful read and a real page turner. I certainly will be reading more of Sue's novels in the future.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By olivia1987uk on 8 Oct. 2012
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This book was amazing, but I've come to expect nothing less from the lovely Sue Moorcroft. Her characterisation is second to none. I genuinely already miss the characters, particularly Dominic, Liza and talented little Crosswind. The plot is surprising, yet plausible, and keeps your interest the whole way through. Even bit part characters are intricately woven into the fabric of Middledip and Liza and Dominic's lives so cleverly. I love the ties in with other Sue Moorcroft novels. Middledip was always an intriguing place and characters like Cleo, Justin and Shona were so loveable the first time round, it was a joy coming across them again. Although Ratty (my favourite choc lit hero) never got look in! The reflexology aspect was quirky and intriguing, and Dominic's narcolepsy fascinating and handled so beautifully. Choc Lit at its BEST! I will be recommending this to my book club, friends, family, facebook friends and twitter followers!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Shazjera TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 7 Nov. 2012
Format: Paperback
I have been eagerly awaiting this novel from Sue Moorcroft. She piqued my interest from her research blog posts ... one in June 2011 giving her blog readers information about Dominic Christy and narcolepsy and another in August 2011 relating to further research for fish pedicures. I wanted to see how her research translated into a work of fiction.

Dream a Little Dream begins with a Prologue. Liza and her two best friends are at boyfriend Adam's 30th birthday party (one of those with all the relatives present and hardly any friends). To relieve her boredom she's inhaled the helium from one of the balloons ... when Adam, up on stage, asks the big question. We know Liza's answer but not what happened afterwards.

Chapter One we meet Dominic Christy. Dominic was diagnosed 10 months ago with Narcolepsy and cousin Miranda has talked him into trying alternative therapies. Waiting in the treatment room at The Stables for his Reflexology treatment with Miranda, he makes a sexist comment, not realising that Liza has come into the room. This is their first meeting. It's actually quite a humorous scene! The reader finds out that something terrible must have happened after Adam's 30th party ... but we don't know what could have such a devastating affect on Liza, making her shut herself off the world and not engaging fully with any relationships whether co-workers or personal. This was definitely a hook for me.

Dominic is looking for a new business venture and when he finds out the lease may be available on The Stables, starts making plans for an outdoor adventure centre, not realising that Liza is also interested and has ideas to expand on the therapies. This is obviously a cause for conflict as their attraction deepens.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Blodeuedd on 9 Nov. 2012
Format: Paperback
Moorcroft has real people with real issues, and I love the settings too. Here we are back in Middledip. I like the quiet small towns

In this we have Liza a reflexologist yes I have never met a heroine who is one before. She used to be fun and out there, but now she is more quiet after something that happened. And with quiet I do not mean quiet, just not out partying all night long. Because she is not afraid to speak her mind.

The hero Dominic has narcolepsy, yes, never met a hero with that before either. And he has it rough, he lost his job cos of it and is not allowed to drive. He is staying with his cousin and he is not happy. I liked him and I liked how it was also portrayed how some just do not get what it's about. Like he could just get over it.

Will these two meet, fall in love and be in lalala land at once, ha, of course not. This is a real romance after all ;) Yes they meet, yes there is an attraction but they will have to work for it, and then work some more. They both have problems and dreams that have to be dealt with first. And in the end this is a couple that will last.

Conclusion:
If you want a little reality with your romance, but still being able to dream yourself away then this is the book for you.
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