Review: What Dreams are Made of by Debra Clopton

I enjoyed this second book of the Star Gazer Inn series. I do think that readers could hop in and enjoy this book even if they haven’t read book one. The author does a good job of filling in enough information to give the reader a background into the characters from the first story. However, these books are definitely fun to read as a series!

I enjoyed seeing what would happen next in the lives of Alice and Seth, along with the main characters Nina and Jackson from the first novel. However, the focus love story in this book is on Dallas and Lorna. Oh what a sweet couple they make.

What Dreams are Made of is a really enjoyable book that has characters of many ages and situations, working through their happy times and their troubles in a beautiful setting. Very nice!

(4 stars)

I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

New beginnings take determination…

Welcome back to Star Gazer Inn. Alice McIntyre’s fresh start after buying the Star Gazer Inn is filling her days, and she’s now ready to open with the help of her best friend Lisa’s culinary skills and uplifting attitude. And her soon-to-be daughter-in-law Nina by her side, too.

And the magic of her new friend and contractor Seth Roark’s tireless attention to detail.

Seth and Alice have both suffered loss, both are starting over, and both are treating this new friendship and attraction they feel toward each other with caution.

Alice’s son Dallas is realizing he may not have what it takes to continue riding in the pro rodeo bull riding circuit. He’s home at the South Texas McIntyre Ranch after injuring his shoulder and checking out what’s going on at his mother’s new inn. When he meets a beautiful woman on the beach under unusual circumstances, he has no idea how his life is about to change…

Meanwhile:
Riley McIntyre is full speed ahead on getting the new “glamping” venue on the ranch’s coastal beachfront property up and going for the ladies who like a little glamor and luxury to their camping experience.

Jackson and Nina are planning their wedding.

Lisa’s past is causing problems and with the opening of the inn, Alice needs her to be focused and her culinary skills to be at their best. Can she handle the pressure?

Three women find friendship and courage on the shores of Corpus Christi Bay. Come visit the Star Gazer Inn, with a side trip to the McIntyre Ranch, as Alice finds her way between two worlds.

This new series follows Alice, her sons, and her friends—and new loves—on the South Texas coast with its sparkling topaz water.

You’ll want to dip your toes in and stay awhile.

Purchase your own copy here.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Debra Clopton

International Bestselling author Debra Clopton has sold over 3 million books. She writes wholesome, sweet contemporary and western romances set in Texas and on the beaches of Florida. Her series are clean and wholesome reads and she has also written many inspirational romances. Her many awards include The Book Sellers Best, Romantic Times Magazine’s Book of the Year the Readers Choice Award, and many more. She’s also a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Finalist and a triple finalist in the American Christian Fiction Writers Carol Award.

A sixth-generation Texan, Debra lives on a ranch in Texas with her husband Chuck. She loves to travel and spend time with her family. She has written for Harlequin and Harper Collins Christian and now with DCP Publishing LLC. Since opening DCP Publishing LLC her books are selling worldwide and are regulars on the Top 100 list and Bestseller list in USA and around the world.

She loves helping people smile with her wholesome stories.

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About Brittany

As a homeschooling mom and avid reader, I get great joy through reading and reviewing books. I focus my reading and my reviews on Christian fiction, primarily Christian romantic fiction. I also review sweet, clean fiction. I hope you will find my reviews helpful in your decisions on what books to read.
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