Goodreads: In the first novel of the Dream Trilogy, Nora Roberts begins the story of three women who shared a home and a childhood—but grew to fulfill their own unique destinies…
Margo, Kate and Laura were brought up like sisters amidst the peerless grandeur of Templeton House. But it was Margo whose dreams first took her far away . . .
Margo Sullivan had everything a young woman could ask for. But while growing up along the rocky cliffs of Monterey, she couldn’t help but dream of bigger things. The daughter of the Templeton’s stern Irish housekeeper, Margo had been treated like a member of the family. Deep down, she knew that money could not buy the thing she craved most—her mother’s acceptance.
Maybe things would be different if she could be sweet like Laura—or had Kate’s shrewd head for business. But all Margo knew how to do was be Margo, and that meant doing things her own way—no matter what the consequences . . .
Ope’s Opinion: This is the first book in the Dream series. In this book we are introduced to three main characters and a few minor characters. The three girls move from their childhood, swiftly into young adulthood.
I really enjoyed this read. The story kept moving and the characters were being developed throughout the story.
The ending left me wanting to read the next book in the series.
Rating: 4 – I like this book so much I know several friends to share it with.