Book 3: Dreams Come True

Dreams Come True Cover by Allan Kristopher Pallor (for Amazon and Smashwords)

Nearly six years ago, Anjaline promised Gabriel that she would make it back to Hope Valley, no matter how long it took. Will keeping her promise mean a second chance for them, or just more heartache?

A month after ending her engagement to Tom Sawyer, Anjaline (now Charity Sutherland) is given an assignment which leads her back to Hope Valley. Over the past six years she has grown into a shadow of her former self – a reporter willing to set aside her dreams to protect her heart. Her dreams of a happily ever after with Gabriel Walker and maybe returning to Quito someday, seem completely out of reach. Then she returns to Hope Valley and begins to wonder if it’s not too late for at least one of those dreams to come true.

Gabriel Walker has almost convinced himself that he is over Anjaline Rodriguez. Then he finds her on the bridge where they first met and realizes he is more in love with her now than he was when they were younger. The trouble is, Gabe thinks Anjaline is still engaged and therefore, off limits. With his happily ever after just within reach, is he willing to fight to win back the only girl he’s ever truly loved? Is he willing to accept the woman she has become?

Does Charity have the courage to say yes to a future with Gabriel and give up her dreams of being a famous reporter? Or will it only be a short-lived summer romance?

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I have just finished this last book in the Hope Valley Saga Trilogy and highly recommend the whole series!
It is a good read for any age (as my public name can attest). ~ Fossil

There are a wealth of complicated relationships in these books and each and every one of them deserves a happy ending. But because of the complex romantic tangle that Amy McGuire has so cleverly devised you know this will not be the case for everyone… ~ Anita Dawes

The author has created very realistic, believable characters and the reader couldn’t help feeling that Angie and Gabriel were her/his personal friends. They grew up in front of our very eyes and during this time there were plenty of twists and changes in their circumstances when the reader wasn’t sure where the story was heading for and how Angie and Gabriel would be able to meet again. ~ Babi65

Each and every scene is explored with a wealth of analysis and detail which really takes the reader to the location and makes them a part of it. Secondly, the story analyses emotions, feelings and motivations in great detail allowing the reader to indentify with (love or loathe) the characters. ~ R P Rochford




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