A mysterious man named Dream stumbles into Trudi’s life.
She can tell right away that something is odd about him – from his fumbling ways to terror-stricken eyes – and soon she realizes that there’s so much more to this story.
There are people after Dream – and let’s just say that those folks aren’t friendly.
Dream has knowledge – that his enemies desperately want – but he doesn’t appear to know what they need.
Meanwhile Trudi also realizes that Samuel Hill is missing – and that he might just be tangled up in everything after all.
This was my first book of the Coffey & Hill books (though it was the third in the series) and as someone who is literally just jumping in blind…this was a satisfying read.
The plot was fast but enough context was given so that I could catch up on the essential knowledge from the first book.
I was really intrigued by the mystery provided in the story – and I definitely couldn’t predict what was happening (which was awesome).
I do think the story got kind of slow in the middle and it felt like there was a lot of back-and-forth from the plot which got a little low-energy for me.
But overall, I was entertained by this story and enjoyed most of it!
With thanks to Revell for sending this one my way.