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Sunday, February 5, 2006

Island of Dreams by Katherine Stone

For Boston-proper librarian Ana Finch, life has been quiet, certain, safe, until an incident at a wedding changes everything. The headaches begin then, as does the bone-chilling cold. She feels compelled to move from Boston to Denver, even though the Rocky Mountain city is a place she's never been. As if summoned by an unknown force of nature, she finds herself urgently searching for something, an elusive something that promises to be as wonderful and glorious as an impossible dream. Denver architect Pierce Rourke believes in dreams--for others. And in love . . . only for others. The Island, his Island, is proof of his belief. It is there, on rock as white as snow and amid fountains spun from molten glass, that he's created a setting to be used exclusively for weddings, for the celebration of the vows and promises of love. Pierce's work is his passion. He's not looking for anything more. But then there she is, Ana. The dream he never knew. Wonderful. Glorious. Impossible--unless the man who has built a palace for the dreams of others and the woman who has never dared to dream for herself can find, together, a way to triumph over destiny.

Ok...so the story was pretty good. It was actually pretty interesting, or what I could understand of it was. I usually like Katherine Stone, despite her rather flowery prose and overly descripted sentences. But...ugh. I think this one was a bit over the top.

Not a must read, but ok if you're in the mood for...a lot of words.

2.5 out of 5

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