From New York Times Bestselling Author Kristen Proby comes Dream With Me, an all-new addition to the series that has sold more than
a million copies to date, her beloved
With Me In Seattle Series!
Kane O’Callaghan knows what it is to have his work shown all over the world. His pieces are on display in palaces and museums, including the O’Callaghan Museum of Glass just outside of his beloved hometown of Seattle. Kane is a bit of a recluse, spending time on his farm alone and committed to his art. His life is full.
Until the day he meets her.
Wandering through museums is Anastasia Montgomery’s favorite way to spend her time. Not only does art feed her soul, but it inspires her own art of designing wedding cakes. When her muse seems to be gone, she finds her again among the beauty in the museums of Seattle, and the O’Callaghan Museum of Glass is her favorite. She’s never met the artist, but he must be absolutely brilliant, if he can make such beautiful things out of glass.
Bumping into a grumpy stranger at the museum wasn’t in Anastasia’s plan. And then discovering it was Kane himself was absolutely humiliating.
But when she sees him again at a charity fundraiser, and ends up spending an incredible, unforgettable night with the mysterious glass smith, Anastasia finds herself thinking of Kane and little else, even her precious work. Will this relationship bloom into the romance of a lifetime, or will their dreams of success get in the way of true love?
Customer ReviewsSee All
Dream With Me has been my least favorite book in the series...a little vanilla and probably focused more on the characters in the coming books rather than the couple at hand. While we still have Archie left to read about it seems like we’re saying “good bye” to the Montgomerys and “hello” to the O’Callahans.
I wouldn’t say skip it—since it seems like it’s “Book 1” in theoretical “Part 2” of the Seattle Series and probably a good basis for the coming books, just wasn’t as exciting or as sexy as the others!
Dream With Me
Love this story with its blend of Irish and American cultures. A great romance, with some added mystery with sibling side stories. Very enjoyable.
Good read, characters well developed, story line well thought out.