by Paula Blais Gorgas
Paranormal Romance (PG)
260 pages [74,000 words]
[©2001] from Dragonfly Publishing, Inc.
Jeannie, a shy but tenacious small town reporter, believes a mysterious light in the sky followed her brother-in-law and left him traumatized. But local therapist Denis Early remains skeptical. Can Jeannie convince Denis to give his heart to her while opening his mind to the possibility of alien abductions?
2001 Dream Realm Awards Finalist
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“This is an alien abduction story that captured my imagination of what if. This is a great book to curl up with and dream of all the possibilities.” ~ reviewed by CoffeeTime Romance
“Whether viewed as a good introduction to abductions or simply as a fun-to-read romance novel, DREAMTIME is well done and a welcome addition to UFO literature.” ~ reviewed by Dwight Connelly, Editor for MUFON UFO Journal
“Whether UFOs are involved or not, fans will enjoy this out-of-this-world novel that will help make a shining star of Paula Blais Gorgas.” ~ reviewed by Harriet Klausner
“DREAMTIME is an engaging romance with science fiction elements. Paula Blais Gorgas has written a great tale of “what could be.” ~ reviewed by Jonathon Taylor
“X-Files fans, and other sci-fi lovers will love this wholly believable account of generational alien abduction. Romance fans should note that the HEAT is literally up in the air at tale’s end.” ~ reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
“The story grabbed me from page one and keep me guessing all the way through. DREAMTIME is a well-paced, suspenseful book dealing with UFOs and their effect on the lives of those brought in contact with them. While the aliens themselves are only dealt with as they affect the characters of the story, their presence lends a recognizable threat with fear never far away.” ~ reviewed by Linda Steadman for SFR Book Reviews