REVIEW: Dreamweek | Viviane Brentanos | Red Rose Publishing

Title: Dreamweek
Author: Viviane Brentanos
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Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publication date: April 22, 2010
ISBN -13: 978-1-60435-683-0
Length: 398 pages in PDF version
Format: eBook
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Reviewer: Lucille P Robinson

Isabella Stevens, in her job as representative of Dream Villas – a place for the rich and famous to vacation without being exposed to the vagaries of their fans -- must be available around the clock to take care of the whims and desires of the vacationers. This is not a job for the weak back and loose lips. Isabella can put up with all the demands of the clients simply because her love of the island of Kuros is greater than her discomfort in serving ungrateful complainers. Or so it had been this way until the advent of David Wells, a renown musician/singer of great merit. Once these two met, both filled with doubts and insecurities of their relationship. If it wasn't for her life long friend, Paul, whom Isabella felt more like a mother to than a fiancĂ©, she would not have had any problems giving in to David Wells' magnetic personality and a well built body that drew the look of every woman no matter what her age.

Dreamweek is a fairly common romance story and really don't hold any surprises although I found Isabella Stevens just a mite young for David Wells. As with all romances, the setting placed in Kuros, which Viviane admits is an imaginary place, holds promises of romantic dreams for all female readers. A great entertaining story for the young at heart.

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Viviane Brentanos  was born in Reading UK in 1958. She was educated at various schools before completing Sixth Form College at St Peter's Huntingdon. She grew tired of the academic life and decided to visit the Ionian island of Corfu to celebrate her new freedom. It proved to be a life-changing decision. She's married to a Greek, Alexander {not the Great}, and has two teenage children, 2 dogs and 4 cats and absolutely loves the life-style here. Writing has become her passion. She likes to call her work Romance with a quirky, humorous Brit twist and is always striving to make her characters real, characters all readers can all relate to. The imaginary island of Kuros, featured in DreamWeek, was inspired by her beloved Corfu. 

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the review, Lucille! @LuPerkins


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