Short Story in The Power of Love Anthology
By Lori Foster
Berkley Sensation - June 2008
Twelve authors coming together and providing short stories for an anthology. Twelve short stories of empowered women overcoming obstacles and finding success and love. The Power of Love is an anthology of twelve romances written by some of today's brightest stars in the romance genre showing that sometimes anything is possible, given the power of love.
Jamison Lawton was Cara Compton's friend. He was always there for her, sharing her triumphs, and supportive in losses. Although he had initially wanted to date her, he had accepted her request that they simply remain friends as she finished her education and launched her business.
Now he was invading her dreams.
Cara had awoken from such a dream only to find Jamison standing at the window of his own apartment. He seemed to know everything, not only what she was wearing, even though she stood in the dark, but also her thoughts and dreams.
She was dreaming of Jamison. Maybe, if she allowed herself to take a chance, her dream would become reality.
Sweet Dreams was a tender romance of two close friends finally coming together. Lori Foster is an exceptional writer who excels with friend romances, and Sweet Dreams, although quite short, is a complete and satisfying romance. Best (or close) friends romances are always a favorite of mine, and this is no exception.
Included in The Power of Love are: Sweet Dreams by Lori Foster, Unpredictable by Erin McCarthy, After Hours by Toni Blake, Last of the Red-Hot Mammas by Dianne Castell, Salesman of the Year by Karen Kelley, Dance the Fandango by Rosemary Laurey, The Girl Next Door by Janice Maynard, Chicken Soup for Annie by LuAnn McLane, No Angel by Lucy Monroe, Angel in the Alley by Patricia Sargeant, Hannah's Choice by Kay Stockham and The Mouse Who Roared by J. C. Wilder.
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