Sarah Reyes is a teenager who suffers from REM sleep behavior disorder. Her body doesn’t stay still during night and her brain is completely active making her act out her dreams.
In a clinic, she decides to test a drug named Dexid that isn’t yet approved. This drug will help her to stay still. What she doesn’t know is that there are more side effects. She’ll discover them along with Wes Nolan, an attractive boy with a murky past and dubious intentions.
This book will become a series.
I think that dreams and sleep disorders are very interesting. What are the limits when you’re dreaming? In case of Sarah, there are no limits and that’s very dangerous, more dangerous if you’re a teenager who feels that nobody understands you until a boy who suffers the same disorder comes and flirts with you. For him, she’ll endanger her true friends.
I’m waiting to read the other books when they’re published and discover what will Sarah do with her power and what other bad things will the vengeful Wes do.
I’m glad Sarah proved to be more intelligent and no so controlled by her hormones.
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