Dare to Dream
The Dream Series Book 6
What’s next for the Fairchilds?
Elizabeth Fairchild and, her true love, Jack Stevens, have organized the Dare to Dream Gala, and her whole family is joining her in New York.
Her three children all seem to have secrets.
Bradley, her oldest, wants to talk to her, but won’t say why.
Carter, her middle child, is bringing a girlfriend, but has said very little about her.
Even her youngest, Phoebe, seems to be hiding something.
Secrets and a reunion…Will there be celebrations?
This is the final book of the series and not a standalone:
This is the Dream series reading order:
1: Ditching the Dream (Elizabeth’s story)
2: Not in My Wildest Dreams (Jack’s story)
3: Chasing the Dream (Phoebe’s story)
4: Unexpected Dreams (Greg’s story)
5: Feels Like a Dream (Kevin’s story)
6: Dare to Dream (Everyone, plus Beth’s sons Bradley & Carter)
Dare to Dream by Isabelle Peterson is the sixth and final book in ‘The Dream Series’. I love this series and feel very connected to these characters. Ms. Peterson writes them with such emotions, it is hard to not believe you are a part of the family. I was excited beginning the final book… even pondering how it was going to end.
Dare to Dream begins with Jack and Beth before the big gala. The story continues telling Carter & Caterina’s story as well as Brad, Zack & Angie’s. The way Ms. Peterson writes their stories as well as wrap up all the other character’s stories was brilliant. The sex scenes were so hot and steamy, I especially loved Brad, Zack and Angie’s….still fanning myself! The book ended with Jack and Beth, which felt perfect…like a complete circle.
Not only did I love Dare to Dream, but I believe it exceeded my expectations. I can’t wait to be able to read them all over again! A must read series!
“If he’s happy, who am I to say how he finds that happiness? Love is love, right?”
“There’s more than one way to have a family. It can just be a couple. Or they can have a dog. Or even adopt, although, we’re not considering children in any way. Family is what you make of it, right?”
days in New York City. Her Dream Series was never intended to exist.
Thanks to a couple authors who dared her to a write book (when she
typically wrote screenplays), we got the book Ditching the Dream, which
then evolved into the Dream Series. It didn’t take more than 8 months to
complete the dare from rough draft to published novel, although several
times Isabelle had to rescue the draft from the Deleted file.
If it weren’t for a dare–we would have never gotten the chance to venture
the world of the Dream Series.
When she’s not writing, Isabelle loves coffee, cocktails and wine—and not
always in that order. She is a self-proclaimed foodie and loves to cook for
her family. She’s the wife of a wonderful husband, mother of two musical
teens and one fur baby, a 9 pound shih tzu.
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