What Dreams May Come

A Sweet Dreams Christian Romance, Book 1
Narrated by: Pamela Lorence
Length: 5 hrs and 21 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (32 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

She's got her heart set on becoming a missionary. 

He's determined to recruit her for the job. 

There’s only one problem. They’ve never actually met....

Susannah wants nothing more than to serve God overseas. Is a long-distance relationship with her missionary recruiter part of God’s plan for her life or a distraction from the real goal? 

Scott finds himself drawn toward Susannah’s gentle nature. But is it possible to fall in love with someone before you’ve met face-to-face? 

When a family promise threatens to keep them apart forever, Scott and Susannah have to trust that God’s plans for their lives are more perfect than anything they could have dreamed up on their own. 

Sweet, inspirational, and based on true events! Listen to the romance and fall in love today. 

©2017 Alana Terry (P)2017 Alana Terry

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Awesome Christian Romance Story

I really enjoyed listening to this short story. The author revealed something at the end of the story that made the book even more enjoyable.

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Good story, not so good narrator

I actually liked the story itself, but the narration was slow and painful. It was the same monotone voice throughout, her voice didn’t change from character to character. I want to read the next book in the series, but if it is like book 1, I don’t think I can make it completely through it.

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strange back and forth conversations with herself.

Wish it was a little easier to follow a long. but a sweet story anyway.

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Fictionalized from a true story

At the end of the Audible book, the author explains how this was based on a true story and where the author took artist license.

Over all it was excellent story and opened my eyes that some times we as Christians don’t realize how we’ve done God’s work. Such as a person can be a missionary in their own town. Walking with Christ to demonstrate Christ’s Love. People are going to see that we are different and exude this love we’ve obtained from Christ. People will start to ask about it opening about how Christ has worked in our lives.

The book was well written and well narrated. I truly enjoyed this book.

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Although the story good and I always enjoy hearing Christian Romance when scripture verses are included. But
at times during the story I was confused, not realising that she was thinking, so I had begone to get confused or lost, but i kept on listening
On the hold the story is good