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Book Review: Dare to Breathe



Dare to Breathe by M. Homer: Sam is plagued by nightmares she can’t understand with dark visions of a past she suspects may be her own. When she moves into a new co-ed house, she is drawn to the handsome but aloof Nathan. The housemates welcome in Sam but all withhold their own secrets from her which she knows she needs to unravel to truly understand Nathan. But her past is destined to torment her, can she find the strength to face her fear?

Lori's thoughts: ***I reveived an ARC in exchange for an honest review.***

I enjoyed the book. I liked the characters, most of them. Some more so that others. The main character, I liked Sam. I liked Nathan. I felt like the book was a bit forced at times and there were times when I found it difficult to connect with the voice. There were some times I also felt like the dialog was not believable.

Don't let this discourage you from reading the book. I just point them out, because they are the reasons I settled on giving the book 4 hearts, as opposed to 5. It was still a very good read, earning it 4 solid hearts. The premise of the book is an interesting one and something that would be quite hard to deal with in real life, I'm sure. Great, solid effort for a debut author. I look forward to more work from M. Homer.








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