Dream On by Angie Hockman: A Book Review
Dream On was another easy and lovely book by Angie Hockman. Although, typically I am not a fan of love triangles, the story tackled it in a way that didn’t have me hating it and I thoroughly enjoyed the different pull Cass had towards her two love interests.
There was such a unique plot and I really loved the mystery that was revealed at the end kept this story interesting. Although I felt this was missing a bit of the specialness that Shipped had, it still was a cute read.
Thank you Gallery Books for the arc and Simon & Schuster Audio for the alc. Thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own.
When law student Cass Walker wakes up after surviving a car accident, she is flooded with memories of her boyfriend, Devin. The only problem? Devin doesn’t exist. But everything she remembers about him feels so real, like the precise shade of his coffee-brown eyes; the texture of his favorite hand-me-down scarf; even the slightly crooked angle of his pinkie, broken after falling off a trampoline in third grade. She knows he’s a figment of her imagination—friends, family, and doctors confirm it—but she still can’t seem to get him out of her head.
So when she runs into the real Devin a year later in a Cleveland flower shop, she’s completely shocked. Even more surprising is that Devin actually believes her story, and soon they embark on a real-life romance. With her dream man by her side and an upcoming summer job at a prestigious law firm, Cass’s future seems perfect. But fate might have other plans..