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Reviews of Dream a Little Dream
 by Sue Moorcroft

Chick Lit ClubThis is a great book with likeable characters and interesting plot that delves into the sleep condition narcolepsy and the world of reflexology.
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As usual with Sue Moorcroft’s novels, you really get to know the characters, the hero sizzles from the word go and there is no end of conflict with the heroine but you find yourself really willing them on to sort things out.
I liked the fact that it was set in Middledip where I had visited before with Starting Over and All That Mullarkey and was able to catch up with some of the earlier characters....
...The secondary characters and sub-plots add to the story line and weave in and out of the plot with ease. There are some twists and turns along the way, with a great little surprise at the end. I couldn’t finish without mentioning the fabulous Crosswind what a great canine character he is.
Sue, Lovereading Love Books Blogspot
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chocheart fourWhat I love about this author is there is no waiting go get into the story.  Some books take a chapter or two Sue Moorcroft gets you hooked in her Prologue (that is a very good author). Love that you can never guess what will happen and there is always a shock in the book you would never guess. Just love her style of writing just wished she could write more so when I have finished her most recent book, I can go on to another one of hers.
Gail, Kettering

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chocheart fourFantastic Read, I didn’t want to put it down. Sue really gets to the heart of her characters. It was great reading how Cleo and Justin’s life had progressed since I read about them in All That Mullarkey. Using Liza as a main character was inspired.
Avril, Kettering

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Dream a Little Dream is the first Sue Moorcroft book that I've read and if this is a sign of what I can expect to find in her other books then I won't be disappointed.  I really enjoyed the storyline and actually learnt a thing or two about Narcolepsy along the way and it contained a fantastic mix of characters, not just the main characters Dominic and Liza, but also the supporting characters but I especially loved the sound of the lovable dog Crosswind, I wish I had a dog like him.
Sharon, Shaz’s Book Blog
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Dream a Little Dream is a novel that has engaged all my emotions, hooked me in with the conflict and tension, entertained me with all the characters and kept me on the edge of my seat with the simmering romance.  For these reasons, it’s a keeper for me!
Sharon, Jera’s Jamboree
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lovereading2Similar characters from Starting Over and All That Mullarkey are brought in, as two ambitious people clash over a work prospect. You know it’s all going to be okay but it is certainly fun finding out how. It’s good.
Sarah Broadhurst’s view.

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bookbag... If you're looking for a light, easy, undemanding read then this is probably not the book for you. Moorcroft doesn't just throw in jobs, neurological conditions or treatments for effect. She understands them and by the time that you've finished reading, you will too. You'll know what narcolepsy means to the sufferers and to the people around them. It's done with a light hand though - there's no sense that every bit of research is being shoe-horned in somewhere. It's intelligent fiction for women who like to put some thought into their reading. I'd like to thank the publishers for dropping a copy into the Bookbag.

We've met Liza before in one of Sue Moorcroft's novels. If you're planning on reading both then you really should read All That Mullarkey first, otherwise you'll have a pretty good idea of how it will end. Too late already? Then we can recommend Starting Over.
Sue, The Bookbag
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noveliciousDream a Little Dream is a fun read with the odd blush-inducing scene and a bit of back-stabbing, although there is a serious side too. Dominic has recently been diagnosed we narcolepsy, a sleep disorder he is trying to gain control of. I knew very little about narcolepsy, so it was interesting to see, through Dominic, how people cope with the condition and how they manage their day to day lives. Dominic has already lost out on his dream job and relationship through narcolepsy, but he’s determined to live life as normally as possible. He sees The Stables and his new business venture as a way to get his life back on track, so it’s understandable that he is unwilling to back down from his plans. 
Dream a Little Dream is the first Sue Moorcroft book I’ve read and I enjoyed both the storyline and the mix of characters, from determined Dominic and Liza, mother hen Miranda, little Ethan and Shona and even Crosswind the dog. 8/10
Jennifer, reviewer for Novelicious
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If you want a little reality with your romance, but still being able to dream yourself away then this is the book for you.
Linda, Books for Life Blogspot
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chocheart fourJust read dream a little dream by Sue Moorcroft. A feel good read for certain....but left me wondering about halloween costumes?
Fiona, Durham

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Really well written with characters that you will connect with and enjoy following their paths. Lots of fun and laughter to it, but it also had a very different element to this book with the condition of the leading man. Dominic suffers from narcolepsy and it is extremely obvious that Sue has invested a lot of time in researching this condition which in turn actually meant whilst turning the pages and enjoying this novel, I was also learning something!
A wonderful read and a real page turner. I certainly will be reading more of Sue’s novels in the future.
Lou Graham’s Blog
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