Worlds of imagination by Sara B. Gauldin

My Review of What Dreams May Come by Beth M. Honeycutt


This intriguing story line is based on the premise that a young girl creates an imaginary playmate in her dreams.  The imaginary friend, Gabe grows up along side Ellie as she dreams of his support, friendship and acceptance.  She learns to depend on her dream friend as she faces the challenges and joys of growing up.  Unlike the people she interacts with in the real world, he is always kind, accepting and non-judgmental.

As Ellie matures and grows the imaginary friend idea begins to bother her mother.  She sends Ellie to counseling in hopes that she will let go of Gabe in her dreams and focus on living her real life.  This demand drives a wedge between Ellie and her mother.  Ellie does not want to let go of the only sense of stability that is constant in her life.  She keeps her dream visits with Gabe a secret.

Over time Gabe begins to close each dream with a promise to find her in the real world and prove his existence to her.  When a new boy shows up in her class who bears a striking resemblance to Gabe, Ellie barely dares to hope there can be a connection.  When he seems determined to befriend her and seems to know more about her than he should she cannot help wondering if there is a reason for his sudden appearance in her life.

This is a promising read.  It is a sweet romance full of intrigue and devoid of smut.  It is appropriate for readers old and young!


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