Book Review-Reverie Girl (The Reverie Book 2) -Nico J. Genes | Miki's Hope

Book Review-Reverie Girl (The Reverie Book 2) -Nico J. Genes

Friday, April 24, 2020

This book is definitely not for everyone-and adults only please! It depicts what two women go through as one realizes she is a lesbian and falls for a straight woman who is about to get married. I have to admit that some of the scenes depicted made me very uncomfortable.

There are quite a few twists in this love story--back and forth and back and forth until they finally get together for good--I think.

I received this book from the author for my enjoyment and possible review.

About the Book: (from Amazon)

Have you ever had a dream which was so vivid and intense that you felt it simply had to be real? Were you really able to fully distinguish the dream from the real world? If so… which one did you prefer?

Claire is a young woman who only accepted her sexuality after an enlightening trip to India. Soon after, she falls head over heels in love with a gorgeous girl, Lana, a woman she meets only by pure chance during a captivating encounter at Vienna’s Airport terminal between flights. This love seems far from being reciprocated and rather hopeless. Or is it?

Lana meets Claire whilst going from Slovenia en route to America while making plans for her perfect married life. This encounter reveals the essence of who she is within. She discovers a new side to herself. She becomes torn between two worlds and must decide. Whatever her decision, there will be consequences. She can suppress her feelings and memories during the day. But can she control them in her dreams?
Will her dreams be strong enough to make Lana follow her heart?

Reverie Girl is the second book from The Reverie series but can be read as standalone too.

Read a Chapter or Two Here

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About the Author: (from Amazon)

Nico J. Genes has traveled and worked with many interesting and unique people of different nationalities, religions, and sexual orientations, all of whom helped her to understand diversity and to accept everyone just as they are.

With her first two novels, "Magnetic Reverie" and "Reverie Girl", she broke the ice into writing successfully. From her readers' feedback and reviews, Nico can proudly say she has a solid confirmation of her skills as an established writer. An important element of her writing is that she always has a message that she wants to transmit. This can be summed up by her motto: We are all different, and that's okay!

Besides novel-writing, Nico also runs a blog in which she talks about life's issues, and gives the kind of friendly advice that everyone needs at certain points of their life. The positive feedback of her readers became her inspiration for her third book, "Lessons in Life". Continuing her mission of welcoming all diversity and pleading for tolerance and acceptance, she wrote the novel "ADHD: Life Is Beautiful", based on a true story.

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Anonymous said...

I read the first book earlier this year! Book 2 sounds like a tumultuous, soul-searching tale of choices.This is a type of book I normally do not read but I enjoyed the first one immensely

Tamra Phelps said...

I hadn't heard of this series but it sounds intriguing. The characters sound complicated, which is always good, lol.

Nico J. Genes said...

Thank you so much Sandy. I'm glad you enjoyed my book

Nico J. Genes said...

Indeed, Tamara. They're quite complicated though simple at times, especially towards the end of the second book in the series

Nico J. Genes said...

Thank you so much Miki for reading, reviewing and featuring my book. Yes, some of the sexual content requires a certain age and it may not be anyone's cup of tea

Nico J. Genes said...

Indeed,Tamara. They're quite complicated though simple at times, especially towards the end of the second book in the series

Linda Manns Linneman said...

As you know I really enjoy reading. This book sounds like a nice read. I have never read any of this authors books yet. Thank you so much for sharing this. God Bless

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