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Holding The Dream: Number 2 in series (Dream Trilogy) Paperback – 4 Feb 2008
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Second in Nora Roberts' wonderfully romantic DREAM trilogySee all Product description
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As in the first novel, Holding the Dream see the development of the characters of Kate, Laura and Margo into strong and successful businesswomen and the love that there share not only with each other, but the men that capture their hearts. Kate is a headstrong, independent women but, for a short while, forgets just who she is and what she has. Fortunately for her, Byron, along with the rest of her family, are there to help her not only find herself, but to discover the woman she has become. An awesome read that will leave you wanting to find out Laura story and complete the journey.
If you have not read Daring to Dream, I strongly recommend that you do before reading Holding the Dream otherwise it will ruin the plot from the first novel.
A definite 5 stars for this book and also for Daring to Dream and the conclusion of the trilogy, Finding the Dream.
After this book I finished the series and I started to reed everything I could put my hands on by NR, both the earlier and latter work. But this one will remain one of my favourites, I think only Three Fates is better.
Of course everyone's entitled to an opinion, but if you can, reed the Dream trilogy,it is weel worth it.
I bought this for my kindle for my holiday and I read all three books to this triology in 3 days by the pool I just couldnt put them down like all of her books I have read before.
This book focuses on a women who sees her only attribute being brains when compared to her two best friends that are practically sisters - her whole world is her job until she is forced to re-asses her life ambitions when someone accuses her of something she didnt do and everything she has worked for is taken from her