Publisher: Breathless Press
Publication Date: April 26, 2012
Origins: From Author for Review
Synopsis: He’s the hot, sexy man of her dreams. And her new boss. But someone else is dreaming about her, someone even more dangerous.
After Adrianna sleeps with her hunky boss, she has to face him every day at the office of DreamCorp International. She has to test the company’s dream software with him in the office hot tub. She has to ignore the fact that his touch drives her to peaks of ecstasy she’s never experienced before. And that she’s fallen madly in love with him.
To make her life in tropical Florida even more confusing, Adrianna is plagued by disturbing dreams. Davis, one of those forgettable men she’d rather not think about anymore, a geeky guy she never should have slept with, stalks her. Davis has other ideas. He still wants her, and he plans to have her—in the murky dream world they appear to share.
Something strange is happening to Adrianna. And it’s making her wonder about her dreams. Are dreams more than a random rehash of day-to-day images, repressed sexual urges, and memory fragments? Could it be that dreams are the entry way to another world? A real world? A hyper real world?
Whether she wants to or not, Adrianna is about to find out all about the dream world. After all, she’s landed her Dream Job. And she’s in love with the man of her dreams.
Review: In DREAM JOB, sometimes your dreams can hurt you. When Adrianna starts work at DreamCorp International, she starts having bizarre dreams – sexy ones about her hunky new boss and frightening ones about an ex-lover. DREAM JOB is told exclusively from Adrianna’s point of view which means the readers is as in the dark as Adrianna and learns along with her. This makes DREAM JOB convoluted and confusing at times. While I have loved the author’s other works I’ve read to date, DREAM JOB seemed more like an ‘Inception’ type novel which didn’t work out as well. Still, DREAM JOB has an interesting premise and some good characters.