Saturday, September 6, 2014

Mysterious Saturday Review: Nightmares can be Murder

Taylor moves to Savannah to help her sister Ali with her struggling business. Ali belongs to a group of women who talk about and interpret their dreams. Even though Taylor doesn't believe in understanding dreams (she hasn't dreamed for years), she joins the group as a way to meet people. When one woman claims to see a dream from the future, a murder, things get interesting. Especially when the murder happens, almost exactly from the dream.

On the surface, the local dance instructor seemed perfectly normal. Soon Taylor learns that appearances can be deceiving and even her sister had a fling with him.  As she digs around in his past, she uncovers more and more secrets about the ladies from the dream club. Could one of them be the murderer?

My Thoughts: I loved the start of this new series.  After reading this book, I tried to pay more attention to my dreams - but they were so strange, it's hard to come up with any explanation. I wouldn't mind attending a meeting or two on dreams - and not just for the delicious treats. Those sounded amazing. I'd also love to wonder into Ali's shop of vintage candy. Yum! I enjoyed the relationship between the two sisters and how Taylor tried not to push Ali into her way of thinking. I enjoyed learning more about Savannah and the Southern etiquette and hospitality. A fantastic start to a new series; I can't wait to see what happens next to the sisters.

Cover Thoughts: Really Cute
Source: ARC sent for review   

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