Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
One of my favorite movies happens to be What Dreams May Come, and though the plot of the movie leans towards depressing, the underlying theme is everlasting, soul connecting love. The feeling I get when I watch that movie is the same feeling I got when I read this book. Hope. Stylo crafted a beautiful tale about the connections we have with people and the unwavering love that comes with a soulmate. Adele and Jones meet in a dream like world after a freak accident and the bond between them is undeniable. There are many moments throughout this story where I was asking myself what is real and what is fake. Are we in reality or an alternative universe? From start to finish, the plot takes you on a journey through every emotion imaginable, which I enjoyed. I also adored each character in this book (even Charlie) because each one had a solid purpose and connection to Adele and her destiny. A true heartfelt read that takes a more romantic approach then sexy and guess what? I wasn't hating it!
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"Jesus," he breathed. "You are so... perfect." His voice, his words, his touch - they'd always been her undoing. She screamed as a bolt of lightning ran up her legs and ignited something in her chest. It swelled and bloomed, setting fire to her soul. The orgasm rocked every inch of her body, consuming it, taking it over. She had no choice but to let it happen, her hands flying to her her head, fingers raking through her hair.
Ocean had never smoked a day in his life, but that morning, he found himself craving the smell. She was smoking when you walked down to the coffee shop, Then she blew a cloud of smoke in your face before hopping on a bus. It's her that you're craving.
Our souls were meant to meet, and will always meet. In this lifetime, in the next, in any reality, in any dream, wherever, whenever. I believe in that.
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You were in a car accident.
They say true love can last forever.
You hit your head, which caused your brain to swell.
Can span any distance, stretch across time, last beyond death.
The pressure against your skull damaged your brain.
Which leads one to wonder ...
The damage left you unresponsive to most kinds of stimuli.
If you fall in love in your dreams,
And this unresponsive state is what's known as a coma.
Can you find that love when you wake up?