Turquoise Dreams

Turquoise Dreams by Betty Hanawa
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Cholla

Nita Ramirez Gonzalez and Calder (Call) Calverton have denied their attraction to each other for years. Now both are having erotic fantasies they can’t ignore, especially when their dreams have them experiencing those fantasies through the legendary lovers who died 150 years ago.

With a combination of excitement, mystery, and a touch of humor, Betty Hanawa leads you on a journey to unite a couple that had been kept apart for entirely too long.

An enjoyable and beautifully written story, the uniqueness of the characters captures your attention. The Native American theme has always attracted me and having a heroine that’s not only part Native American but a jewelry designer as well was a fresh idea for me. While attempting to work out their true feelings, Nita and Call discover there is more to their attraction than they first thought. This unexpected attraction between Nita and Call creates lots of tension they manage to release during their steamy and passionately driven love scenes.

A delightful story from the very beginning, I couldn’t stop reading once I started.

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