Title: Wake to Dream
Author: Lily White | @lilywhitebooks
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Release Date: October 11
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Alice Beaumont is running out of time…
Plagued by sleep disorders since her childhood, Alice had grown accustomed to the nightly dreams that terrorized her. She woke up in strange places. She was paralyzed by fear and hallucinations. She screamed each night at unseen specters and evil faces.
When her sister, Delilah, goes missing, Alice’s dreams take on new meaning. A link between reality and fantasy, Alice understands that her dreams hold the key to the mystery of her sister’s abduction.
A hooded woman…
A mysterious and dangerous man…
And a doctor who is determined to help her fit together the broken pieces…
Alice has no choice but to peer deep into the recesses of her mind to discover the clues that will lead her to truth. On a race to save her sister, Alice runs a dangerous maze between the nightmares that haunt her and the monster that waits for her when she finally wakes.
*This title deals with disturbing themes that may be a trigger for sensitive readers.*
Some awkward emotion pulled at the corners of her chapped lips, some disturbing thing that caused her to want to laugh off his words as an obvious statement. "That I could love a man like him?"
Turning her head slightly to give the doctor a brief look at her soft eyes, she noticed the rigid set of his shoulders, the seriousness of his attentive posture. He was on edge and she'd been the one to make him that way.
A new guilt rode her, and one she hoped could be lessened with a simple acknowledgement of his concern. "I didn't love him for the abuse, Doc. That's not something that makes you love a person, is it?"
Rather than responding, the doctor sat motionless in his seat, patient and waiting for whatever explanation she would give.
Returning her attention to the hair she continued toying over her fingers, she said, "I didn't love him for that. I loved him because he was dangerous enough to chase away the nightmares." As an afterthought, she added, "He was dark enough that he overshadowed my light, and the nightmares couldn't find their way.”