TeriLyn's thoughts: **Deeper than Dreams generously provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.**
Deeper than Dreams was a super cute novella written as a follow up to the first book in the series, Louder than Love, that totally satisfied my reading needs. It was lovely to catch up with the elusively romantic Adrian Graves, the sweet and semi-neurotic Kat and her darling daughter Abbey.
The novella picks up the morning after the first book ends and the way it opened might have been my most favorite part about it because it was as though we got to live a morning in their lives as a family and got a glimpse as to what the future holds for these three. In the span of the novella, we're only with these characters for a full day but the amount of information we learn and the depth of their commitment and love for each other you'd never think it was a novella at all. In the morning, we learn Adrian has a special day planned for Kat and his execution of the day and all the surprises was just so satisfying. In the course of this day we see maturity from Kat and understand more fully the growth of Adrian's character thanks to a revealing look into Adrian's past.
The information Jessica Topper reveals giving us more into Adrian's past mixed with a lot of revealing information about Riff gives us clues into the next book of the series, which will be Riff's. I look forward to where Topper and her great story telling skills take us next in the journey of the Love & Steel series. I want Riff's book because I'm intrigued greatly by his story and because I want to see more Adrian, Kat, and Abbey through Riff's eyes where I'm sure interesting revelations will happen.