Wednesday, December 1, 2021

REVIEW: Dream Keeper by Kristen Ashley


I have so enjoyed the Dream Team series and I'm seriously hoping that the epilogue of Dream Keeper is hinting that the series has a few more books in it. 

In this fourth stand alone in the series we get to see how Pepper and Auggie are going to work through all of the things that have kept them apart. I particularly enjoyed their journey because Kristen Ashley didn't make their HEA the main conflict and so we got to enjoy their being together for a longer part of the novel. I also liked how she made Pepper and Auggie so similar in so many ways and that their differences balanced them all out. I guess what I'm saying is that they fit together like two puzzle pieces and it worked for me. 

In this fourth novel, as with all of them, I suppose, a main source of conflict is family. Both Pepper and Auggie have some seriously messed up parents and because of that, they have tried to live in polar opposition of the way they were brought up. This commonality gave us an opportunity to see how they cared and comforted each other and just emphasized what we already know: family doesn't have to just be through blood ties; family can be of your own choosing. The family that Pepper and Auggie have chosen are awesome and throwing little Juno in the mix elevated the love and fun in this novel.

I also enjoyed the extended cast of characters who showed up and the ending of Dream Keeper promises that what's about to happen with the dirty cop case is going to be verrry interesting. I'm so here for it.

If you love KA and you've loved this series, you're going to love Dream Keeper. 



Spinning off from the bestselling Dream Man and Rock Chick series, this is the emotional and steamy contemporary romance fans of the Dream Team series have been waiting for!

He’s perfect—but he can’t be hers.

Pepper Hannigan is determined to keep any romance off the table—and out of her bedroom—while her daughter Juno is still young. Sure, a certain handsome commando is thoughtful, funny, and undeniably hot, but Pepper’s had her heart broken before, and she won’t let it happen again. Not to her or her little girl, even if this hero could melt any woman’s resolve.

Augustus “Auggie” Hero can’t deny his attraction to beautiful, warm-hearted Pepper or how much he wants to make a home with her and her little girl, but Pepper’s mixed signals have kept him away. That is, until Juno decides to play matchmaker. Her efforts finally bring Pepper into his arms, but they expose the danger Pepper is in. To protect Pepper and Juno, Auggie will have to live up to his last name and prove happy endings aren’t just for fairy tales. 

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