The Secret Life of Daydreams by Lucinda Whitney

January 6, 2016 | 4 Comments
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The Secret Life of Daydreams by Lucinda WhitneyThe Secret Life of Daydreams
Author: Lucinda Whitney
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 256
Date: January 3, 2016
Publisher: Lange House Press

Sometimes the dream you never planned for is the one you can’t live without.

Six years after a painful divorce, Josh Conrad is happy traveling the world as a photographer. When he arrives in Portugal, he plans to complete the assignment as quickly as possible. What he doesn’t plan for is Sofia, the girl he baptized eleven years earlier on an LDS mission, and soon he’s making excuses to prolong his trip.

Sofia Monteiro leads a structured life in Braga, Portugal, teaching high school by day and caring for her mother by night. After she reconnects with Josh through mutual friends, the memory of a failed relationship and her new graduate program are enough reasons to stay away from him.

As they collaborate on a project, Josh is wary of repeating his old mistakes and Sofia hesitates to spend time with an American who’s only passing through.

Can two people with wounded hearts bring themselves to trust their dreams to each other?

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About Lucinda Whitney

Lucinda Whitney

Lucinda Whitney was born and raised in Portugal, where she received a master’s degree from the University of Minho in Braga in Portuguese/English teaching.. She lives in northern Utah. When she’s not reading and writing, she can be found with a pair of knitting needles in winter, or tending her herb garden in the summer. She also works part-time as a substitute teacher.

4 responses to “The Secret Life of Daydreams by Lucinda Whitney

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    This was a wonderful LDS romance with some depth to it. I thought the challenges and struggles of the two characters – while different from each other – were very real. This story made me think about how I would handle different situations and trials that life might throw at me. I thought the author did a great job of depicting some of these things (in a beautiful setting, no less!) And I loved the ending!

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