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Publisher: New Concepts Publishing
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ISBN: 1-58608-399-6
Format Reviewed: e-book
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Genre: Time Travel Romance
Reviewed: 2004
Reviewer: Shelina Emery
Reviewer Notes: explicit content -- Sensual Review 1

Dream Weaver
By S.A. Martin --Shirley Martin

    Haunted by visions and dreams of the past, Gwen Emry visits a restructured village in Pennsylvania. There, she is cast back from 2003 to the year 1762, a time of small pox and deadly flu. She meets the handsome Dr. Christian Norgard. Though he at first believes her crazy, he can’t help but think differently when her predictions come to pass. Better to believe her a little crazy rather than a French spy, which had been a concern once she produced an outline of Fort Pitt. These are troubled times, the beginnings of the Indian uprising against the British. But he cannot help but to love her.

    Gwen and Christian marry. Though she fears being cast back to her own time, she knows she has been sent here for a reason. Her visions of Christian’s death, and maybe her own, drive her to a determination to not leave his side. But their home is burned down by the Indians and, though they rebuild, they must move to the Fort. This terrifies Gwen. Her dreams of Christian’s death are at the Fort. She must save him at any cost. He is her soul mate.

    When Christian is wounded on the battle field, hovering between life and death, he meets a spirit guide who shows him the Hall Of Wisdom. Christian realizes that he not only loves Gwen now, but has for thousands of years. His guide returns him to his body, where Gwen is desperately trying to save his life. Upon looking into her eyes, he knows he is with his one true love. His soul mate. Destined to share lifetimes together.

    Dream Weaver is one of the best romances I have had the pleasure of reading this year. Shirley Martin is truly gifted in her talent. Her re-creation of the events puts you there. You actually feel Gwen and Christian’s emotions. A wonderfully written love story, that you could read many times, and still love.